ERI Activity Tracking Wrist Band Is On Indiegogo

Posted: Dec 5 2013, 11:49am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 
ERI Activity Tracking Wrist Band is on Indiegogo

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Wrist band tracks your activity and route without GPS

There is certainly no shortage of activity tracking bracelets on the market today. That doesn't mean there aren't hordes of them rushing to come to market to compete though. A new wrist bracelet has turned up on Indiegogo with about a month to do on its funding campaign.

The activity tracking bracelet is called ERI and not only will it track the number of steps you take each day, it will also track the route you take on your walks or runs. The wristband is 6.5mm thick making it the thinnest smart wristband around according to the maker. It uses a silica unibody design making it comfortable and flexible.

The device has the software and hardware it needs to work built into the band. The band tracks your route using geomagnetic variation data rather than GPS. By not using GPS tracking, the band is able to run much longer on a single charge than other devices. The band is also waterproof and works for runners, cyclists, climbers, and swimmers.

The project is seeking $50,000 and funding ends on December 31. So far, it has raised under $5500. It has a long time to go and a pledge of $59 will get you an ERI bracelet in black or white. Shipping is estimated to happen in January.

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