$75 off - http://ouraring.com/partners/rohannatraj - doesn't benefit me, just a coupon I received myself.
First time it happened, I let it slide and gave it another chance. Then it needed another chance, and another... and the I gave up. I ultimately lost all trust in what it was reporting.
It's still a beautiful piece of engineering, it just doesn't do what it claims to be doing :-/
Not saying it's the most accurate thing because it likely isn't, but it's still far better than other trackers IMO
Here's a project my spouse is working on to see whether it's possible to warn you when you're getting sick using the combination of resting heart rate (from Fitbit), temperature (from Oura) and sleep data:
Study conclusions: "Multi-sensor sleep trackers, such as the ŌURA ringhave the potential for detecting outcomes beyond binary sleep/wake using sources of informationin additionto motion. While these first results could be viewed as promising, future development and validation is needed."
I was about to close the tab but then I saw they have developer tools where you can get an API key to access your own data -- very cool
Am I the only one who likes sleeping on these things before committing to a purchase?
Social media is either making money via ads, or their making money via sales of $SOMETHING. This is marketing at work.
The way this really plays out is my wife says, "Do you want this stuff in the cart?" and then I go and remove most of it.
I usually use AutoSleep with the Apple watch.