Bellabeat Time Puts Women's Health Tracking Features Inside Of An Elegant Hybrid

Bellabeat is launching its first smartwatch that channels all of the health and wellbeing features from its smart jewelry collection into a stylish piece of wristwear.

The Time is a hybrid smartwatch based on a quartz movement that's designed for women and aims to help track health and wellness around the clock.

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Available in silver or rose gold options, the stainless steel hybrid supports interchangeable straps to mix up the looks and has been slapped with a 3ATM (up to 30 metres) water resistance rating. Bellabeat says the watch has a hypoallergenic design, which means those with sensitive skin shouldn't have to worry about any issues with it sitting on the wrist. It also runs on a standard watch battery, giving you six months battery life.

Bellabeat Time hybrid smartwatch brings women's health tracking to the wrist

Along with simply telling the time, the Time is able to offer smarts such as activity tracking and sleep tracking. It can also monitor your resistance to stress, which is calculated through Bellabeat's proprietary stress-predicting algorithms.

It'll also send a vibrating buzz to your wrist when you've been inactive for long periods of time. The watch will additionally monitor meditation and menstrual cycles to offer a more comprehensive overview of your overall wellbeing.

Data is synced to the same Bellabeat companion smartphone app (iOS and Android) available for its Leaf and Leaf Chakra wearables. That means the offer of additional features, like guided meditation and breathing exercises.

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Bellabeat Time puts women's health tracking features inside of an elegant hybrid
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