Fitness & Smartwatch Info / Warnings

Check your vitals anytime, anywhere at a clear glance. 

Your new fitness watch is important in so many ways. You will be wearing a real-time heart rate monitoring system with a built-in motion sensor. 
Record your steps, distance, calories and your activities time, then check your activities data anytime. Adjust the intensity of your activities.

While your busy don't miss that important call, take or make your calls anytime and anywhere right from your wrist. During your busy day you can also receive all your reminders, SMS and social messages. Are you in that important meeting or someplace private or quiet? No problem, just open the pattern for no disturb and no information during the time you set. You also know those sedentary alerts? Your bracelet now reminds you to do exercises or stretches for your fitness or physical therapy all according to your schedule.

At the end of the day you can track your sleep, how much and how well your sleeping. Just check your sleep trend chart and improve your sleep quality. The vibration alarm clock will wake you up silently. Another day for a new beginning!

Before Using:
Please read the manual provided with the device. Before wearing your Smartwatch  for the first time, you will need to charge it for approximately 30 minutes. Remember, these are very sensitive devices.

Wearable devices:
Wearable devices monitor human activities through electronic sensors, and they are at the consumer electronics level. It's normal for certain deviations. The user should treat data objectively. Please do not compare all data to hospital certified medical equipment which are regularly calibrated and maintained for the highest quality so to give the most accurate and precise medical information available to medical staff.  The measured heart rate using a good quality smartwatch or fitness bracelet will typically be 2 or 3 beats off when compared to a professional monitoring device.

Typically smartwatch batteries do not last very long before you have to charge them. The average battery life for even the “smartest” watch is about 1 to 2 days. It will take approximately 3-4 hours to charge depending on the model.

Tips to save battery life:
  1. Block unnecessary notifications or apps.
  2. Adjust the brightness to a low level.
  3. Turn off Wi-Fi syncing.
  4. Disable wrist gestures.
  5. Use the theater mode, extra power saving mode.
  6. Reduce email, Twitter, Facebook and such.
  7. Do not use unnecessary home screen widgets and live wallpaper.
  8. Do not over charge


Your new smartwatch is a sensitive electronic device and requires a very low voltage. Please follow the instructions in your manual carefully for proper charging. For smartwatches and fitness bracelets it is suggested to:
  1. Plug one end of the USB cable into the Micro USB port of your SmartWatch.
  2. Plug the other end of the cable into the charger or into the USB port of a computer.

It is suggested to keep your device at 50% charge or more most of the time. When it drops below 50% then top it up a little if you can. A little a few times a day seems to be the optimum to aim for. It is also suggested not to charge it all the way to 100 percent or over charging. Typically the charge cycle for most batteries is around  500 – 1500 cycles. It is suggested to keep the common 40-80% rule: To prolong the battery life, keep the battery always charged between 40-80%. Leaving your device plugged in when it's fully charged, is bad for the battery. Remember, these are very sensitive devices.

**To avoid damage to your smartwatch or fitness bracelet, only charge using the charger included. Do not use a USB hub, USB splitter, USB y-cable, battery pack or other peripheral device to charge. 

Sweat & Dirt:

If your bracelet is wet or you are sweating a lot, remove it and allow it to dry thoroughly before wearing it again. Clean the bracelet with a mild soap cleaner. Let the wrist breath.
IP Code:
International Protection Marking (IP Code) classifies and rates the degree of protection provided against intrusion, dust, accidental contact, and water. The IP Code provides consumers more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof. For example, a device rated at IP68 is "dust resistant" and can be "immersed in 1.5 meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes"

Table. IP Code, International Protection Marking.

 IP indication First digit: Solid particle protection Second digit: Liquid ingress protection
IP Single numeral: 0–6 Single numeral: 0–9