After launching Ultrahuman M1, a glucose biomarker, the startup has expanded its offering with a new linker ring. Ultrahuman Ring is equipped with metabolic biomarkers that can assess your sleep, temperature and vital signs in real time.
- Ultrahuman Ring is designed to pair with the M1 blood glucose meter
- Ultrahuman’s connection ring contains a thermometer
- Ultrahuman rings sell for around 299 euros
Superhuman Ring: The Linked Ring That Integrates Biomarkers to Monitor Your Health
After its invasive M1 sensor, Ultrahuman has introduced a more discreet product with a connection ring called the “Ring.” Unlike M1 biomarkers, which use interstitial fluid to determine your glucose levels through a needle, Ultrahuman Ring has non-invasive, personalized biomarkers.
Like the Oura Ring, Ultrahuman can’t currently monitor your blood oxygen levels. However, a range of sensors can be used. Thus, the connected ring can monitor heart rate and heart rate variability (HRV). It also provides advanced monitoring of sleep and body temperature. It also has an exercise index that gives you insight into your metabolic equivalents (MET).
Ultrahuman Ring tracks different stages of sleep and MET activity / © Ultrahuman
Ultrahuman rings are made of titanium with a tungsten carbide coating. This makes the ring strong and impact resistant. Weight and water resistance have yet to be announced. The connected ring will be available in four colors: black, gray, silver and gold. You can also customize the size when placing your order.
Superman Ring: Battery Life and Price
In terms of autonomy, the Ultrahuman Ring is declared to last up to 6 days depending on your usage. The Ultrahuman app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
The Ring offers advanced tracking through the Ultrahuman app. / © Superman
Ultrahuman is offering discounted prices for its ‘robot army’ and regular customers, up to €100 off if they pre-order from tomorrow. The Ultrahuman ring is priced at €299 and you can buy it between September 2022 and December 2022.
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