Review Ozeri WeightMaster II Digital Bathroom Scale

Ozeri WeightMaster II

Hands On:

On taking the scales out of the box, I was immediately impressed by the build quality of this instrument.
The scales are very tactile and Have been ergonomically designed, The top of the scales is warm to the touch and feel comfortable when you stand on them in your bare feet. the surface of the scales has been treated with microban antibacterial material which is a bonus when standing on the scales one different people stand on scales in their feet.

The scales can be utilised by up to eight different users, each one can set up their own profile on the scales and then subsequently the scales will automatically recognise the user by their weight.
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Ozeri Precision II Digital Bathroom Scale

Ozeri Precision II Digital Bathroom ScaleKeeping fit and healthy is something I often (sometimes not often enough) strive to do. So keeping a keen eye on what I eat and what I weigh is an important part of my lifestyle. The market is awash with all sorts of personal health and fitness related technology from wearable tech to home gym equipment. One area of the market which in its self has a mass collection of varying tech is that of the bathroom scale section.

Each set of scales offers its own collection of features and fittings, some being so over complex they even offer pitfalls. However, the American based firm Ozeri are known for their easy to use intuitive product range, and the Precision II doesn’t vier far from default.

 

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4X3 Motion Digital Pedometer review

4x3 Pedometer

The 4×3 Motion Digital Pedometer is an utra slim digital pedometer that is small enough to slip into the smallest pocket, plus it is supplied with a lanyard that allows the user to wear it around his or her neck.

The manufacturers claim that it provides superior accuracy in any position using the worlds most advanced Tri-Axis Technology thanks to its built-in 3D  Tri-axis motion sensor which measures vertical, horizontal, and sideways movement.

The pedometer tracks the wearers distance travelled, their speed, and the number of calories burned. it will count up to one million steps, and has a useful 7 day memory option which re-sets itself at midnight every night so that each days activity is measured individually and totalled up at the end of the week. the display also offers a sports timer, a digital clock, and a calendar, all of which can be viewed at night thanks to the blue backlight. all of this is powered by a small lithium battery which is provided and is pre-installed in the pedometer, there is a clear plastic isolator strip protruding from behind the battery casing cover which pulls out to allow the battery to connect when you loosen the small retaining screw on the battery cover using the small pozi headed screwdriver that is thoughtfully supplied with the pedometer.

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Ozeri CardioTech Premium Series BP3T Review

Ozeri CardioTech Premium Series BP3T

Ozeri CardioTech Premium Series BP3TLooking after yourself is perhaps one of the most important jobs of any persons life, it’s important to not ruin the body you live in, after all you only get one!

With this in mind, investing in technology to help keep yourself fit and healthy is far from a waste of money.

The market is awash with all kinds of kit to help monitor every aspect of our lives, however in this post I am focusing on the Ozeri CardioTech Premium Series BP3T.

Ozeri, an American based company, are a not only manufacturers of health and fitness wearable tech, but also kitchen, home and bathroom appliances and accessories. The CadioTech product range is clinically proven technology, which is in use in hospitals around the world.

Ozeri have in the past won awards for their product design, so off the bat it was clear that the BP3T was going to be of a premium design.

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Google follow suit with fitness platform

20140614-140102-50462831.jpgAfter Apple announced their up and coming “Health” platform for iOS it was only a matter of time before Google came through with an android equivalent.

Forbes have now released information suggesting Google are in fact working on their own aggregation platform. Rumours suggest it will be titled ‘Google Fit’. Believed to aimed at Jawbone and Fitbit owners. As well as aggregating from fitness related apps.

Google have their yearly I/O scheduled for June the 25th and 26th where it’s expected they will unveil the new platform, along side other wearable tech.

As of yet, it’s not known whether the fitness facility will be built into the next generation of the Android O/S or if it will be a standalone app. There’s also been no news of an M5 type processing chip in any of their up and coming devices.

More information on the new platform can be found here

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