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
- User manual and video - https://www.atlaswearables.com/getstarted/
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||1.52 x 3.08 x 4.97 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.43 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.11 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Packaging||Batteries packed with equipment|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
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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I have been weightlifting for a good 15yrs now and i’m tech nerd so naturally I love idea of incorporating technology into my workouts. I have tried few of the fitness trackers like MS Band, Fitbit surge, etc and while it was better than nothing they didn't really cater to weight lifting as much as running or biking. MS Band2 is pretty good though and still my best recommendation for overall fitness band.
However when I saw Atlaswearable watch announced I was super pumped to get it and couldn’t wait for the release. I got my hands on it right away and complete disappointment. It only tracks limited exercises, for my routines it only tracking about 25% of the lifts i do, which basically made this nothing more than heart rate monitor for me. Its very new product and Atlas claims to be adding more stuff to it and that's great to hear but fact remains at this present time this product is pretty lame for serious lifting, this is great for someone just starting out. I think this product will get better in the future but right now I give it 1 star for effort.
-built in heart rate monitor (please note its optical which not as accurate as chest strap)
-stand alone unit do not need to carry phone with you. (con kind of hard to navigate thru small screen)
-Good support - US based company responds fast to questions
-very limited exercise library (HUGE CON)
-I also haven’t found a way to make it start/stop. I’d like to tell it when i’m about to do exercise because every movement Ii make it thinks it's workout, for example I did bench press, i sat up and reached for water and it thought i was doing chest fly.
-stand alone unit - for me this is con because i’d rather use my phone vs trying to play with small tiny screen.
-Longer learning curve took me a whole workout to get really figure it out.
-It does feel kinda cheap this may be subjective though.
-kind of pain to use, halfway through my workout not sure what i touched on screen but it ended my workout?? annoying i had to start over and then skip through what i had already done, this goes back to my earlier point that it's easier to navigate through phone than small screen.
-no feedback you don't know how many reps you did till you finish, so if you are doing a lift that watch is facing out you won't know if it's counting or how many you did till you finish and look at it. woudl be nice if it gave you a small vibrate on every rep so you know it's counting.
I never really heard of Gymwatch and in fact it so closely resembles pushband that i thought it was same thing. But after my atlas disappointment, while on the net reading on atlas I came across gymwatch and it seemed like what atlas was supposed to be so I ordered it. I must say its awesome!! hundreds of exercises my whole routine was in database and it worked flawlessly. It actually was helpful with advice it would call me out when i slacked haha.
-lots of exercises
-very easy to learn and get going
-start/stop button very easy to tell it when you are about to perform a lift so drinking water or loosening up muscles won't confuse it.
-control everything through phone - for me it's plus because i have my phone with me for music and so much easier to control and make changes with my phone.
-Cheaper right now with promo it half the cost of atlas
-Voice - it counts rep for you which i like, it will give advice to like partial rep or faster etc I like this feed back so I don't have to stare at my phone or wrist to see where my count is (you can turn off voice if you want)
-German based company responses can be a little slow
-The velcro strap is a little uncomfortable and I wish it was some sort of rubber material as this will get sweaty and gross pretty fast.
-NO heart rate tracking - I wish it could connect with my chest strap sensor.
-Requires phone with you to use - for some this can be big con if you don't carry phone to gym with you.
-I’ve had app crash on me once or twice and when you restart it you can't just start your workout midway you need to start from beginning which is annoying.
In summary after testing both devices I without a doubt recommend gymwatch it's really no contest at this point. I feel like Atlas basically released a car with 3 wheels and are promising the 4th wheel is coming. Judging by the plummeting prices and increasing number on ebay seems like I’m not only one unsatisfied. Anyways this is my review, I will update when i have time especially once Atlas releases their big update that's coming I will see how they stack up. But for now my atlas sits collecting dusts and gymwatch is my new workout partner, and honestly I can't imagine what atlas can do that would make me switch but i will give it fair chance and if Atlas can truly allow you to create your own exercises that might be big plus for it.
Well after 3 months of use I have decided to sell both the devices. It was novelty and fun toy to try, however neither really provided anything to improve my workouts, in fact they both slowed me down playing with them.
The Gymwatch is still the better one as it actually works, but its UI/software is pretty bad and it doesn’t track or provide any useful data that you can use to make changes to your workout. Its really a Gym buddy that will help you follow a routine and count reps for you and provide some feedback. My issue was that I don't like to follow a strict routine, some days I’m running late for work and have to cut some corners, some days I’m feeling strong and want to do more reps or sets. I found myself working out a little longer but getting less done. Gym watch could be better if they refine their app and software, so you can see your states and have data, like velocity, power, see graphs showing the data so you can see how you are improving.
Atlas well its nothing more than stop watch really. It still has no exercises to track, I have tried using it just a heart rate monitor for cardio and my Scosche Rhythm+ and my Microsoft Band2 are way more accurate. I tested while wearing chest trap as benchmark.
In the end what I honestly recommend and still use daily is Microsoft Band2, you can checkout my review on amazon. But I think its best all round fitness gadget.
So as written above I have in away gave up or just haven’t been using any wearables outside the band 2 for just my daily HR and calorie tracking. Peter (Atlas CEO) asking me give it another try since it's been over 4month since I tried. Full Disclosure He did send me a unit to try since i have gotten rid of mine. Now on the to the Review..
Its finally Prime TIme ready!! It was like a completely new device compared to before. Its exercise library still very small BUT it doesn’t matter anymore. You can teach it any workout you want so no more need for library. I actually taught all my lifts even ones that are already in library I’d rather have it set to my technique. It took me about an hour but once you set it up all it worked awesome. It recognized every workout perfectly, it did miss the count a few times by one or two. Best part was that I no longer felt like the device was slowing me down as I felt w/ Gymwatch.
Unlimited exercise tracking with ability to teach it
Auto tracking allows you to workout how you want and not be tied down to strict schedule. So if i have energy for another I can do it, if i’m running late and need to skip something I can. Awesome.
No feedback on rep count, its still a challenge when you are doing a workout where watch face is not visible and you have no idea on your count. SUGGESTION It would be great if it vibrated on every 5th rep to remind me where I am.
Lower body is a little harder to track where there is minimal hand movement, like leg press where my hands stay put holding a bar. SUGGESTION maybe come up with like a remote device that can send info to the watch so if you are doing legs strap to leg or if doing alternating arm curls wear it on other hand.
App did crash on me couple times during the teaching session, but it still saved what i was working out so that was good.
So right now Atlas is my go to workout buddy. I would easily give it 5 stars with all it does now. Gymwatch is still great too, but I feel like they have stop innovating there hasn't been anything done to it.
10.4.16 Final update
So both products went through some updates recently so I decided on one more final update.
Atlas received big hardware update basically version 2
Ability to teach custom exercises is awesome and makes this device limitless
Very portable, easy to get to gym and use.
App and now webportal is great.
freestyle mode -More flexible, I like being able to just go to gym and do what i feel like, however many sets/reps i want.
Because of ability to teach own exercise a bit more accurate.
Terrible battery life, I can only get 1 complete workout (battery saver off) with this device, with saver on i get probably get 2. This makes it kinda of pain to use since you always need to charge. One issue is that there is no way to truly turn it off completely, i'll charge it 100% put in gym bag few days later its already at like 80%.
No real time feedback/coaching - this is where gymwatch wins. Atlas doesn't give you any real time feedback, so you cant see what you did till you are done. It would great if the app would count reps and give you realtime feedback.
Being wrist mount limits a few exercises tracking ie dips,
I live that it counts reps and will give you real time feedback like go faster, slower, partial rep and my fav is tells you when you have 2 more to go so gives final push.
More accurate since you can move the sensor to varies locations, app instructs where it should be mounted during the exercises.
Great battery life, I can get probably 7-10 workouts on a charge.
Not very accurate on certain exercises - back for example Rows - never tracks right.
No Heart rate - i wear MS band so its not huge huge deal breaker as i like wearing band anyways even with atlas to get my daily calorie burn.
Can't program your own exercises - not huge deal breaker as they have massive library but i still like idea of just creating my own.
Must have phone/tablet to use, so can be pain to carry with you.
Coaching mode - tries too hard, it will not count partial reps and when i feel like its complete rep. To much noise w/ going to fast, going too slow. I wish it would count every rep and let me adjust if i want and just count my reps.
So overall it's pretty even depends what you are looking for. Atlas is way more portable and gym friendly, but gymwatch i feel gives me better workouts with its real-time coaching and info. I train at gym and at home, if i go to gym i almost always use atlas just because its to much to bring my phone and try to handle it all. In my home gym i prefer the gymwatch as i can prop my tablet or phone up to see giving me real-time info on my workouts. Atlas is also more complete by offering the heart rate monitor so it can truly be your only device you would need where gymwatch if you want heart rate tracking you will need to get another device. I think they both fail in providing consistent data, where i can go and review and see my velocity and power etc, i think (beast sensor) might do that best since it clips to the weight and you avoid human error. I find they both devices sometimes will miss a reps and sets etc. So i'd give them both 4.5 and you will need to decide which would suit you better.
Since then, it has been a wondrous device for 30 bones. Saves me from looking like an even bigger fool of having to pull my phone out to annotate rep counts and weights after each set.
The freedom this, not so little to be honest, device gives you is real nice too. You can plan ahead or just freestyle. I'm a planner so I haven't used the freestyle selection yet. If you're going to do cardio there's a section for that as well, which is basically just a heart rate monitor.
Teaching the wristband exercises is super simple. Though I suggest as slow of a set, as technically perfect you can get it. I've only had trouble with 2 exercises, I think it has to do with the angle of rotation, front facing grip instead of rear facing, though. It misses reps here and there but you can manually change those either on the spot on the wristband, or in the app later.
I have quite a few issues with the phone app, it's terribly terrible UI is by no means a joke. Your phone's generic back button won't work. Then there's very limited functionality and a real lack of any advanced analytics. Greater interconnectivity with other apps would be nice too, though that's not a real gripe in my op. Unfortunately, you NEED the app in order to extract any data from the device. That's the only serious drawback.
I thought leg day was gonna be a hard day to track, but then I just decided to try it on my ankle and see if the heart rate monitor was accurate. Mine was, and then with the teaching apparatus I was able to self program things like leg press, and get reasonably accurate data. Huge plus to me, leg day is my favorite day.
All in all, for the price point this thing is throwing at you, it's quite a spectacular little device. With the app being the only shortcoming, this is an excellent find. The app may be what's causing most of the issues with connectivity, as my profile wasn't created properly. I already had the return label, the device in a sealed box and just happened to give it one final try on day 3.
Happy I did though!
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