Beurer AS50 Activity Tracker
- Electronic Activity Tracker with 5 levels that can be worn on a belt or wrist
- Fitness tracker records and objectively assesses your daily activity
- Calculates calories consumed and fat burned to motivate you in your fitness regime
- Stores your data for your weight management you can track via Health Manager App or software
- Free PC software download to aid training progress with 14 day memory
This fitness band keeps you motivated to get better results than ever before - all with a smile!
The Beurer AS50 Activity Sensor is so much more than a pedometer; it actually records your activity and assesses it objectively.
From going for a walk or run to doing the house work or climbing the stairs, the Beurer AS50 Activity Sensor acts as your exercise monitor and keeps a record of your daily amount of exercise. Providing you with an overview of physical activity, the AS50 determines your number of paces and thus calculates the benefits by calories consumed and fat burned.
The Beurer Activity Sensor has an automatic storage function which stores your data over a 14 consecutive day period. Your data is recorded from and to 0:00 hours when your Activity Sensor will then reset to zero ready for your next day of activity.
Your Activity Sensor also comes with a free download of Beurer's EasyFit software so you can continue to store your activity data, past the 14 days, on your PC. This software is great for your weight management and workout planning. It offers a calendar function, weekly workout planning to achieve your desired weight, and various analyses and graphics for observing your training progress.
We love the versatility of this exercise tracker, it has a clip which can be attached to your belt or waistband, a wrist strap which turns the activity sensor into a watch, and will even operate from your pocket or handbag. And the best bit is, its award winning design looks so great, you won’t feel the need to keep it hidden.
Because the Beurer AS50 is customisable to you specifically, it adapts to your method of exercise; whether you’re a runner or a walker, a badminton or squash player, your results will always be relative to you and your type of exercise.