The market for wearable gadgets, which is no longer limited to wristbands and smartwatches, will be exciting to monitor. The third iteration of the Oura Smart Ring is now available, with new sensors and functionality for the future owner.
The 24-hour heart rate measurement, made possible by a new optical sensor, is one of the most significant innovations. The previous generation could only detect heart rate while sleeping at night. Thus this might be a huge step forward for chronic patients and people who lead an active lifestyle.
A $6.99 subscription plan includes personalized referrals, tutorial videos, and audio to assist the ring-wearer. It’s absolutely up to you if you want to do it. Even so, anyone who pre-orders will receive a complimentary six-month subscription.
The thinking ring now has seven health-tracking sensors, one of which measures blood oxygen levels, although this feature won’t be available until next year.
According to the company, the new device would forecast women’s cycles 30 days ahead of time using algorithms and body temperature sensors. The ring will alert the user six days before menstruation and will learn from the user’s biological changes in the future, offering even more precise findings.
Oura Smart Ring materials have nothing to complain about, as the current generation is made of titanium and can withstand immersion in water up to 100 meters deep. Despite having a lot of technology packed in, the device is only 4-6 grams in weight, depending on the size you choose.
The built-in battery can provide 4-7 days of operation on a single charge. The working period is primarily determined by whether or not the continuous heart rate measurement is enabled.
The Oura Smart Ring will be available on November 15, but pre-orders are now open. The ring will set you back $299. Before purchasing a device, keep in mind that not all functions will be available at the time of purchase.