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Sales of ONETRAK, the First Russian Smart Bracelet, are now Beginning

The ONETRAK smart bracelet is a new entry in the market of wearable devices. It is the result of joint work by Russian engineers, computer programmers and designers.

Source: PRNewswire
Dec 21, 2014
Sales of ONETRAK, the first Russian smart bracelet, will begin in the middle of December. Visit the product's official site at http://www.onetrak.ru.

The ONETRAK smart bracelet is a new entry in the market of wearable devices. It is the result of joint work by Russian engineers, computer programmers and designers. The product was released as a Russian brand to ride the wave of popularity of this type of device. Most of the leading foreign manufacturers have already released similar gadgets. This has led to great expansion of the market. According to analysts at Canalys, in 2014 the market grew more than tenfold.

The Russian bracelet is designed to help maintain good physical form, to assist with recuperation following illnesses, to monitor the health of children and of one's close relations. It can be applied in sports for planning training programmes, identifying and correcting problem areas. At present the ONETRAK smart bracelet is being used by the Russian Olympics badminton team, as was reported in September on the official site of the National Badminton Federation of Russia, http://www.badm.ru/news/federation/2224

ONETRAK has its own display and is designed to work for long periods offline. In offline mode, the device can show the basic parameters of motion, measure the number of calories burned, show the time and analyse sleep.
ONETRAK is compatible with tablets and smartphones on iOS and Android platforms. This connection makes it possible to expand the functionality of the device by gathering statistics for as long a period as desired and obtaining a more precise analysis of the body's parameters. The device and built-in software are adapted to the needs of the Russian consumer, starting with a Russian interface and extending to the menu of Russian cafes and restaurants, which is used to calculate calories consumed. All functions are accessible offline. Connecting to the internet adds possibilities of storage in the 'cloud' and data sharing.

The ONETRAK smart bracelet comes in two models: LIFE and SPORT. The first is positioned as a basic model intended for the widest audience of users who are interested in a healthy life style. The SPORT model is the brand's flagship: the period of autonomous operation has been increased to 8 days (versus 6 for the LIFE model); the device is watertight to a depth of 30 metres (15 in LIFE); and the warranty period is three years (1 year for LIFE). The model is intended for active people who are interested in sports, extreme sports and travel.