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At just $99, the Zone C410 offers nice features at a reasonable price. Water Resistant to 30-Meters. Wear the watch in the shower, while swimming or hanging out at the.The Good The LifeTrak Zone C410 has an always-on display, accurate tracking, and a waterproof design. It also includes a built-in heart.
The Zone C410 also supports Argus on iOS and MapMyFitness. The lack of compatibility with calorie tracking and dieting app MyFitnessPal is disappointing. I would have also liked to see auto.
LifeTrak Zone C410 Fitness Wearables Review. by Laura Williams, MSEd, ASCM-CEP; Reviewed by Richard N. Fogoros, MD.LifeTrak Zone C410 review The C410 will have hard time winning a beauty contest, but it’s a water-proof device that comes with a battery that can last for one year.The LifeTracker Zone C410 is waterproof up to 90 feet, so you can go ahead and jump in – your fitness tracker will still work when you towel off. For ease of use, functionality, and overall options the LifeTracker Zone C410.LifeTrak Zone C410 Fitness Watch Review Fitness bands and other types of wearable fitness tech have become all the rage.
In fact, while visiting CES in January, I discovered that there was an entire sector of the convention hall floor dedicated to these fitness trackers. The most intriguing device I saw was from a company called LifeTrak.I now have both the Life Trak Zone C410 and the the Fitbit Flex.
I like them both but the ability to see all my goals without syncing is sure a big selling point for the C410. The C410 lets me track progress to.LifeTrak Zone C410: 1.59 Miles and 3123 steps. Also, I and my colleague who has “Fitbit Force” went for a brisk walk and noticed the results were closely similar on both the devices.
I also used Rantastic.How does the LifeTrack Zone C410 work? The fitness tracker is worn on your wrist like a watch, day and night. It does not require charging as its long-lasting, replaceable battery works for around a year. It is fully submersible up to 30 feet.
1 year battery, no charging needed, always on screen,ECG accurate heart rate monitor (not continues), step, distance, automatic sleep tracking, night light, app connected, waterproof up to.Lifetrak Adds Its Zone C410 to Surging Market of Wearable Tech We’re only three months in, but 2014 is definitely shaping up to be the year of the wearable tech. So far, we’ve seen several new projects launched on Kickstarters in late January, LG’s Life Band Touch health and fitness wearable device, Liquid Image with its wearable.CNET review: LifeTrak Zone C410 September 12, 2014.
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We had the opportunity to get our hands on a ZoomHRV 2.0 by LifeTrak.Fremont, CA based Salutron may not be a name on your list of fitness wearables you’re considering this summer, but it recently released the LifeTrak Zone C410, a very capable fitness tracking watch.The Lifetrak C410 is a great fitness tracker for the dedicated athlete. It handles everything from heart rate monitoring to sleep tracking, but it seems as though the iOS integration is a bit of an afterthought.
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