best smart watches

Watches provide us with more and more functions every year. One of the newest features is a blood pressure monitor. This feature is very useful because it can monitor our health in real time and quickly prevent heart attacks and other health problems. That's why watches with heart-rate monitors on the wrist are gaining popularity.

How does a heart-rate monitor on your wrist work?

Optical heart rate monitors are the most commonly used measurement method for watches. These displays work thanks to light sensors and LED diodes on the back of the case. The LED shines on the skin, making the blood vessels visible. This sensor picks up changes in light reflection caused by different blood flows. These features provide real-time readings of blood pressure changes. Keep in mind that the test results are most accurate when the watch is tightly worn on the wrist. Tattooing where the watch measures blood pressure will interfere with the pulse reading. This is because tattoo paint prevents the monitor from detecting blood vessels. The second way to measure heart rate is the HR band. This belt goes well with the watch. It quickly reads heart rate, provides comfort, and the battery is easy to change. The HR belt is recommended for special athletes.

What kind of watch to choose for heart rate monitor?

Manufacturers are offering more and more watches with heart rate monitors. Of course, sports watches are the real leaders in this space. In addition to heart rate measurements, they offer many other useful features for exercise enthusiasts. More and more manufacturers are also adding additional features such as heart rate monitors to regular watches. On the market, we can find many watches with attractive designs and a range of practical features that help monitor our health.

BP Smart Watch was created specifically for people who care about health features. BP Smart Watch is designed with airbag wristband, intelligent timing measurement, comprehensive and accurate sensing of blood pressure signals. An optical heart rate sensor is built into the back shell of the watch to continuously monitor heart rate for 24 hours and pay close attention to heart rate changes. At the same time, it can monitor sleep posture, sleep time and sleep quality.