Epson launches Runsense SF-110 activity tracker
Although we commonly see Epson with their printers (with some lasting 2 years on a single ink refill), the Tokyo-based giant announces its new Runsense SF-110 wearable that targets individuals with an active lifestyle.
The Runsense SF-110 tracks the wearer’s activities like the steps taken, calories burned, distance, pace, time, laps, altitude, and more. This wearable, just like most of its peers, transfers accumulated data onto a smartphone using the company’s Epson Run Collect app. What’s good about this is that the device could sync its data not just through its own software, but also using other apps like MapMyRun or Strava.
Below are some of its key features:
- GPS tracking — track your route and distance run via a highly-accurate sensor that quickly locates the nearest signal
- Track daily steps — built-in accelerometer counts every step
- Count daily calories — identify how many calories you’ve burned throughout the day
- Lap timer — keep track of your time, lap by lap
- Supports popular running apps — easily transfer your data to MapMyRun, Strava and others
- Long battery life — seven days of fitness tracking and 10 hours with GPS on
- Small, lightweight and water resistant — won’t interfere with your workout
- Easy-to-read LCD display — view real-time data
- Available in three stylish colors — choose the look that fits you best
The Runsense SF-110 is available in three colors including black, green and bright blue for $139 (approx. Php6.5K). It is up for orders through specialty running retail shops and Epson.com.