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The ring tracked my activity and heart rate without much work on my part.

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The best thing about the Motiv ring is that it can store your activity on the ring — in fact, it can handle being separated from your phone for up to five days at a time. This means that you can leave your phone behind, then sync your data to the app later on. When you're back in range of your phone, all you have to do is twist your ring around your finger a few times, and it will sync up.

While my evidence for the Motiv ring's accuracy is anecdotal at best, I found it to be mostly correct, mainly because it fits closer to the skin than a smartwatch (or worse, just carrying your iPhone in a pocket).

I'm not someone who's constantly in the gym, but I do like to know how active I've been, how many calories I burned, what my heart rate looks like, and what that data looks like over time. The Motiv ring is perfect for this. It tracks all of those things without you having to do anything — it even senses when you've raised your heart rate at all, and politely asks, "Were you active?" From there, you can let it know which activity you did and how strenuous you found it. I loved this feature, because it allowed me to get credit for my 15 minute walk to the subway in the morning or my stroll at lunchtime, alongside an actual workout at the gym.

Most of the time when I use fitness trackers, I'm turned off by their incessant push to be more active. But Motiv was different — the app always seemed pleasantly surprised when I went for a run or a long walk, as if I was constantly exceeding its expectations. While that's mainly because of the language the app uses and the user interface, its effect was to encourage me to be active, rather than scolding me when I wasn't.

I didn't track my sleep using the Motiv ring because, frankly, I don't care. I sleep just fine most nights, and I've never felt the need to track my sleep cycles. But if youareinterested in sleep tracking, the Motiv ring would be a good option due to how small and generally comfortable it is.






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