Scosche Launches Rhythm Pulse Monitor and App for IOS and Android
Scosche has launched a new hardware accessory and have for iOS devices and Android users called Ryhthm. The device looks like a wristwatch and is strapped to the arm to provide a simple and easy way to manage, track, and analyze workouts. The device has two alternating LEDs for the photosensor that is able to accurately measure the users pulse.
It also features a built-in accelerometer allows the device to record details about persons exercise including calories burned, speed, pace, route, and distance. The device is available now for $99.95 on both platforms.
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