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DR.VIVA Fitness Tracker Watch, Heart Rate Activity Tracker Touch

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DR.VIVA Fitness Tracker Watch, Heart Rate Activity Tracker Touch


Product Description

Life lives in movement!
Start exercising with Dr.VIVA i6HRC Fitness Tracker from now on!

Key Features:

  • 24 Hour continuous heart rate monitor
  • 5 kinds of heart rate zone
  • Filter air heart rate
  • Support 7 sports modes
  • Automatically monitor and analyze sleep quality
  • Call / SMS Notification from Facebook, Twitter, What's app, Wechat, Instagram etc..
  • Pedometer to display steps, calories burned, distance

Additional Features:
  • IPS HD full color screen
  • Smart light sensor technology
  • IP67 Daily Waterproof
  • Alarm clocks
  • Schedule setting
  • Sedentary Reminding
  • Long Battery Life
  • Slim and Lightweight Band
  • USB charge,no cable needed

Technical Specs:
  • Model: Dr.VIVA i6HRC
  • Main unit size: 49*19*10mm
  • Wristband: 252mm
  • Screen Size: 0.96 inch
  • Weight: 17.8g
  • Battery Life: about 5-7 days
  • Stand-by Time: 7-10 days
  • Protection Degree: IP67

System Requirements:
  • Bluetooth 4.0 enabled
  • iOS 9.0 or above, Android 4.4 or above
  • App: Zeroner Health Pro (Download from iPhone App store or Android Google Play) , the App is compatible with iPhone, Samsung, LG, and other Android phones.

In the Box:
  • i6HRC Fitness Tracker *1
  • Quick Start Manual *1

Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How to charge the Watch?
A: 1.Press the back of the bracelet which shows “open” to make the host depart from the strap;
    2.Take out the host. Insert the host to a USB port (5V/1A) such as PC Tablet or Laptop for charging (Only one direction is chargeable. If it can’t be charged, please insert it by another direction)Note: Socket and power bank are not recommended.

Q: How to set the time of the watch?
A: When you connect the watch with your phone successfully, the time and date will be synchronized with your phone automatically.

Q: Can i wear it when swimming?
A: No. Waterproof rate is IP67, you can usually wash hand or wash dishes. But do not take a hot bath while wear the band. Because thermal expansion and contraction will lead to decreased sealing of bracelet.

Q: How to do if Message push is abnormal (iOS system) ?
A: The solution is as follows:
1. Open the "Settings - Bluetooth"
2. Find the bracelet device, unpair it.
3. Open your app, disconnect bracelet with app, then reconnect
4. The phone will pop up Bluetooth pairing confirmation box, select “pairing"
5. Message push will be OK.

Q: How to set automatic sleep monitor?
A: The wristband can automatically monitors sleep.

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