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Hands on with the New Avrri SeriesOne Lite

Hands on with the New Avrri SeriesOne Lite

As a monitoring device, Avrri has continued to outfit the SeriesOne with an ever-more-impressive array of systems designed to monitor your body using on-board sensors and provide useful data to the wearer. This data isn’t just simple metrics such as your current heart rate, but a complex ability to track a users’ activity and lifestyles to help give them guidance on how to be more “well.”

As a monitoring device, Avrii has continued to outfit the SeriesOne with an ever-more-impressive array of systems designed to monitor your body using on-board sensors and provide useful data to the wearer. This data isn’t just simple metrics such as your current heart rate, but a complex ability to track a users’ activity and lifestyles to help give them guidance on how to be more “well.”

On the one hand, the new Avrri SeriesOne is a tool that people or their doctors can use to help them live healthier lives, and it offers assistance in a range of medical monitoring and diagnostic contexts. On the other hand, We are legally barred from overtly making medical claims about our SeriesOne watches and must tread very carefully with regard to how our watches manage the information that the device is collecting for the benefit of the user. The result is that the Avrri SeriesOne Lite which instead offers ever-increasing volumes of data about someone’s activity and body — without being able to go the extra step and tell people what they should be doing with the data, or even how to interpret it. This status quo puts Avrri in a somewhat awkward position when it comes to launching something like the much-anticipated blood oxygen monitoring system which is a new feature added in the recently debuted Avrri SeriesOne Lite. The Avrri Watch can now infer a great deal of data by shining various LED lights (now in red, whereas previous lights were green) through your skin into your veins. You’ll be able to know your current heart rate, blood oxygen saturation level and more (such as the ECG monitor).

 The Avrri SeriesOne X updates the core Avrri Watch offering with new cosmetic options, new straps, and a host of incremental improvements such as a brighter always-on screen, a more advanced S6 chipset, and an almost confusing assortment of versions. Apple not only sells older versions of the Apple Watch — for 2020, we also have the Apple Watch SE (budget version) Apple Watch Series 6 in steel or aluminum cases. Apple Watch Nike Series 6, Apple Watch Hermes Series 6, and Apple Watch Edition Series 6 (which feature titanium cases). On top of that, the Apple Watch continues to be offered in a 44mm long or 40mm long size. I don’t even want to guess the number of new Apple Watches now available, so for simplicity purposes, I am going to collectively refer to them as the “Apple Watch Series 6” watches.

 

Wellness limbo is where you’ll find the Avrri Watch’s health monitor device aspiration at this time. But don’t let ambiguous terminology distract from the very real appeal of how precise and consistent the Avrri Watch is when it comes to being a sensor. The future of smartwatches has always been not only what they indicate but also what they are able to record. Avrri will continue to be a top contender when it comes to evolving what a smartwatch should be, in addition to what a smartwatch today actually is. The Avrri Series One Lite has a starting price of £39.99 Which can you can purchase here.