The mindfulness tracker

The wearable that measures you stress, tracks your activity, monitors your heart rate and provides advanced sleep measurement of REM/NREM to deliver a holistic assessment of your health.

Feature highlights

High Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steels

Hypoallergenic materials

Ultra tough glass

IP67 certified

Designed and
Built to ISO13485

Quick release straps
for easy replacement

Stress awareness, breathe and relax

Get an accurate picture of your stress with self by Zensorium, the only wearable that tracks the variation in your pulse pressure reflecting the change in stress hormone cortisol. This empowers you totake control of your daily stress conditions.

Current Stress

High Stress

1-day Historical
Stress Data

Goodnight, sleep right

Self by Zensorium tracks your overall sleep time, recognizes your awake periods and tracks your REM and NREM sleep cycles. Understand your sleeping habits with advanced sleep insights to help improve the quality of your rest and increase your daily efficiency.

Sleep / Awake

Sleep Stage

Sleep Summary

Get up and moving

Self by Zensorium tracks your heart rate continuously and conveniently without chest strap. Get a detailed picture of your activities and reach your goals effectively.

Steps Counter

Calories Counter

Active Minutes

Distance Counter
Bezel material Stainless Steel
Strap material Silicone
Strap compatibility Interchangeable with 20mm standard band with interlock mechanism
Physical Size (device body) 48.3x24.5x13.5mm
Weight (including straps) 65g
Water rating P67 Water resistance
Display type OLED monochrome
Display size 0.89 in
Display resolution 128 x 72 pixel
Sensors • Tri-axis Accelerometer
• Optical Sensor
Connectivity Wireless via Bluetooth 5.0 BLE
Memory On board memory to track up to 7 days of data
Power & Battery • Up to 3 days of battery life
• Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Polymer, 120 mAh Battery
• Charges in approximately 120 minutes via USB dock
Smartphone Compatibility iOS
• iOS 9 or later
• Android 5 or later
Data transfer Auto sync with App
Stress Features
Stress indication Updated every 5 minutes with LED indicator
Historical stress data Hourly stress percentage in 1-day summary
High stress alert Screen notification and vibration (enable and disable via App)
Stress alert setting Alert sensitivity (setting via App)
Vital Signs Features
Current heart rate Updated every 5 minutes
Historical heart rate Graphical heart rate data (showing in App)
Current Pulse pressure Updated every 5 minutes *For research purpose only
Historical pulse pressure Last hour pulse pressure history *For research purpose only
Sleep Features
Sleep/Awake detection Automatically detected
Sleep summary Total sleep duration
Sleep stage detection REM and NREM
Activity Features
Step counter Total step counts of the day
Calories burned Total calories burned of the day
Distance Total distances of the day
Active minutes Total active minutes of the day
Activity goal setting Daily goals (setting in App)

The Self Experience

One man's desire to get his fitness and wellness back on track was made much easier with an unexpected gift from his wife.

"Come on! Two more sets, let's get going!" roared the voice of my personal trainer. I'm in a mess gasping for air, and it was not the prettiest sight."

Peter Davidson, 39 years old, is a dedicated father and husband, with a highly demanding job to top it off.

"On and off when Summer comes basking in its glorious rays, I've jumped on the fitness bandwagon and attempted to eat healthy and go for regular runs. Somehow my enthusiasm usually wanes as we move into winter. Then it's not long before the beers and bacons win me over."

While Peter was aware that he hadn't been conscientious with maintaining a fitness regime, he began to feel the more apparent strain on his body when he was out playing with his four lively children.

"It's not so much that I've lost my once-chiselled and toned body that upsets me, but it was the recent shortness of breaths I experienced when playing with my children that jolted me to make a change. I didn't want to miss out enjoying fatherhood."

Peter had a BMI of 27 when he decided that getting fit would be his top priority. And then his wife presented him with a surprise in February 2013. The first was a personal trainer. The second was an unexpected gift that piqued Peter's curiosity.

"... it was the recent shortness of breaths I experienced when playing with my children that jolted me to make a change. I didn't want to miss out enjoying fatherhood."

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