Activity Devices / Med ID Bracelets using QR Code
Good day Club,
I'm new to the forum and battery power, but thrilled to have stumbled upon it and become a member.
Today's question concerns Fitness Activity Devices and Med ID Bracelets utilizing QR Code Scanning Technology. Has anyone had interference issues with either?
I'm considering a MyIDâ¢ Medical Bracelet by ENDEVR and the Surge Fitness Super Watch by Fitbit.
What I'm curious about is whether any of the following features could pose a problem with function of my CRT-D:
- PurePulseâ¢ Heart Rate offers continuous, automatic and strap-free heart rate monitoring
- Built-in GPS tracks real-time stats such as time, pace, distance and elevation climbed
- Reads Heart Rate 24/7
- Syncs wirelessly up to 20 feet away with Bluetooth 4.0 to your smartphone, tablet or computer
- Lets you stay connected when your phone is nearby with text and call notifications
- Barcode scanner, calorie estimator, meal shortcuts and expanded food database lets you log meals and snacks
You know you're wired when...
Friends call you the bionic man.
I'm 35 and got my pacemaker a little over a year ago. It definitely is not a burden to me. In fact, I have more energy (which my husband enjoys), can do more things with my kids and have weight because of having the energy.