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E FUN Launches NextOne Wristband Pedometer at CES 2015


E FUN is launching the first product in its new NextOne line of fitness devices at CES 2015. The new NextOne wristband pedometer tracks steps, distance, calories burned, sleep quality and heart rate so you can track your daily activities, set goals and share accomplishments with friends.

The NextOne wristband pedometer features a removable 1.5-inch long OLED touchscreen display and four IP54 water-resistant silicon swappable wristbands available in black, cobalt, red and grey, making it functional and fashionable.

Additional features include:

·      Continuous Heart Rate Monitoring

·      Activity Tracking

·      Sleep Tracking

·      Goal Setting Capabilities

·      Customizable Profiles

·      Silent Smart Alarm

·      4GB Onboard Storage

·      512MB of RAM

·      50MaH battery

·      Built-in Microphone

The NextOne also features a Silent Smart Alarm, which uses vibration to gently wake users up without ever bothering their partner.  Additionally, it uses data from the current night of sleep to wake the user up at the optimal time in their sleep cycle, leaving him or her feeling refreshed each morning.

The NextOne wristband pedometer features a 50MaH battery with standby time of up to seven days. Your journey to healthy living will not be hindered by battery life.

The E FUN NextOne wristband pedometer will be available in March 2015 with an MSRP of $69.99.

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