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Ultrahuman Introduces Ring Air Fitness Wearable

Ultrahuman has introduced its new fitness wearable, the Ultrahuman Ring Air. The Ring Air comes with a new, more compact form that is notch-less, ultra-thin, and boasts a smooth inner shell, ensuring comfort throughout the day and night. This wearable is specifically designed to be unobtrusive and more comfortable during sleep than alternatives.

Weighing only 2.4 grams, the Ring Air enables users to comfortably monitor key health indicators such as sleep, movement, heart rate (HR), heart rate variability (HRV), and skin temperature.

Constructed using fighter jet-grade titanium coated with tungsten carbide, the Ultrahuman Ring Air is built to withstand the rigors of daily usage, and is water-resistant up to 100 meters, all while boasting a six-day battery life.

The Sleep Index is designed to empower your sleep health. It is based on contributors like total sleep duration, resting HR and restfulness. Understand your deep, light, REM and wakefulness cycles. With new features such as Circadian Phase Alignment, experience timely nudges for sunlight exposure and movement to improve your sleep efficiency.

Ultrahuman Ring Air is also designed to help you unlock movement and recovery insights. The Movement Index is designed to keep you moving. With the right nudges and biofeedback, it helps you stay active and the Recovery Score can help you understand the current state of your body which can vary with illness, workouts, stress or even poor sleep.

With seamless Bluetooth connectivity to the Ultrahuman app, the Ultrahuman Ring Air  syncs your data, allowing you to access and study your general health insights. For those seeking deeper metabolic insights and precise actionable information to optimize their health, the Ultrahuman Ring Air  integrates with the advanced glucose monitoring platform, Ultrahuman M1.

The Ultrahuman Ring Air is available for a suggested retail price of $349.


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