Let Your Wrist Protect Your Heart with the Move ECG

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Are you worried that you have an irregular heartbeat? Or maybe you want to keep an eye on your heart’s health whenever you feel the worry pop its ugly head back up?

To constantly get checkups on the health of our hearts, you have to undergo electrocardiograms (ECG) and that can be quite costly. Now, thanks to Withings, the Move ECG is a watch that will give you constant ECGs, for free.

An ECG takes time out of all of our busy schedules that we can’t always find the time for, unfortunately, and if you have a pre-existing heart condition, or are just worried about your heartbeat. You can’t find answers straight away. Now, the Move ECG gives you the ability to have an ECG right at your fingertips, by pressing the side button and placing a finger directly on the bezel of the watch, in 30 seconds you will have your ECG recorded and on your phone. Ready for your analysis instantly.

There are many different benefits to choosing the Move ECG as your watch of choice.

Key Features

As the Move ECG is keeping you informed about your heart, you may be able to detect AFib early, keeping your heart safe and looked after, as 30% of strokes are thought to be due to AFib going undetected.

As with other smartwatches, your Move ECG will display your step count for the entire day, ensuring you keep an eye on your physical health internally and externally.

Your Move ECG will follow your activities such as running or swimming, as well as tracking your sleep schedules. It is waterproof up to 50m and is connected to your phone through a dedicated application.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The Move ECG is unlike any other smartwatch on the market, keeping you protected and informed about your healthy habits. Never fear that your heart is doing something unsavory to your health with a Move ECG on your wrist.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.