Atlas Wearables Wristband
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- Reach your goals faster with science backed guidance for all of your exercises
- Lose the chest strap and maximize training with validated wrist-based heart rate monitoring
- Adaptive Motion Tracking technology auto-detects every exercise and repetition
- Swim, shower, sweat. 3ATM / 30m water resistance gives you peace of mind; Guided Fitness coaches and tracks you through CrossFit, HIIT, Swimming, and more
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|Item Dimensions||4.97 x 3.08 x 1.52 in||4.97 x 3.08 x 1.52 in||2.56 x 0.79 x 2.76 in||9.87 x 0.75 x 0.25 in||4.92 x 1.65 x 3.5 in||2.56 x 2.56 x 0.24 in|
|Item Weight||1.76 ounces||1.76 ounces||0.91 ounces||—||0.28 ounces||0.48 ounces|
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|Lithium Battery Voltage||3.7 volts||3.7 volts||—||3.8 volts||3 volts||3.8 volts|
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Equip yourself with the only wristband you’ll need to becoming the best version of yourself. Atlas Wristband puts the industry’s most accurate heart rate monitor right on your wrist, and combines it with Adaptive Motion Tracking that automatically logs all your exercises, counts your reps, and analyzes your form. Whether you have a go-to routine or you like to keep changing things up, Atlas Wristband accurately tracks your body in 3D. Choose a Guided Fitness routine or Freestyle, Atlas Wristband turns on the right sensors to track your metrics and progress automatically for CrossFit, HIIT, Swimming, 5x5 Training, and more.
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Unless I'm traveling, I normally hit the gym, as a weight lifter, 5 days a week. I normally do about three days of heavy lifting and two other days of cardio/abs. I was looking for a tracker that could capture data like heart rate, calorie burn, velocity, while also guessing what exercise I'm actually doing.
Exercises - The Atlas 2 has a good sized database of exercises, and if it's in the list, does an excellent job of figuring out which exercise you're doing - as long as you are following good form. There are a number of exercises I do, which I would consider to be in the range of moderately popular, that I couldn't find in the database. For those instances, the Atlas 2 has a pretty decent learning mode. The learning mode took some getting used to. You almost have to burn a gym session to get it to track the proper form you're trying to teach it. However, once you've completed teaching the Atlas 2 your new exercise - it does a good job identifying that exercise when you do it for real. It's also nice that you can remove the tracker from the wristband. I've been able to teach the Atlas 2 hanging leg lifts by putting the tracker inside my sock by my ankle.
Fit - the Atlas Wristband 2 feels just like a watch and does not get in the way. The only time I ever re-adjust it is when using wrist straps for shoulder shrugs or barbell rows.
Function - The positive here is that when tracking weight - it does a very good job. However, I've found that I have to be careful of movement after completing a set as the Atlas continually tracks movement. It would be nice if there was an ability to pause the Atlas, or have a configurable between-sets-rest-pause. It would also be convenient if the Atlas 2 provided an option to "lock" itself to the current exercise being performed to minimize false readings. As compared to the Beast Sensor, however, the Atlas 2 is significantly better.
Battery - This is the primary reason I couldn't give the Atlas 2 five stars. For the first five to six months, the Atlas 2 charged up well and lasted throughout my workouts. I normally train in the gym an average of 90 minutes. I normally keep the Atlas 2 on Power Saving mode, so the display is normally off unless I touch it. At this point, I charge the Atlas 2 the night before, pull it off the charger (laptop) in the morning when I leave to hit the gym, and the Atlas 2 barely makes it an hour before it completely dies. Disappointing.
Phone & Online app - The phone app is pretty intuitive, but limited in what you can do. You can use the app to review performance, sync the Atlas 2, look up pre-defined exercise, and put the Atlas 2 in learn mode. The Online app (website) has more features, and lets you edit your previous workouts. One feature that I would like to see added would be the ability to combine completed workouts as a session. Sometimes I incorporate both weight lifting and cardio in the same session. The Atlas 2 tracks them as two completely separate workouts.
Overall, as a gym rat, I am pretty impressed with what the Atlas 2 is capable of, especially considering the price. Other than the short battery life, I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to ditch the notebook.
So I decided to give their actual watch a try and I'm glad I did. I've done several workouts so far, and it has worked great, exceeding my Smartwatch experience. It's a little more accurate and consistent on rep and exercise tracking than my Android watch, but you do have to make sure you "train" the watch on any custom or inconsistent exercises. This take some trial and error, so I suggest practicing your custom exercises before heading out to get your workouts ready for primetime.
Battery life isn't great, but I don't expect it to be since this doesn't replace my Smartwatch. My last workout and jog session left me with 90% battery remaining. My use case is wearing this to the gym and the jog back, but I still use my Android watch for music and to track jogging since it has gps and the Atlas does not.
I've tried many other apps and some other fitness watches before and I have to say I'm very happy with the Atlas Wristband and their dashboard online.
overall great value for the price (which was actually double than 30 usd in my case) and i am very happy with the product. I will even consider buying the new version when it comes out