Last week I hopped nervously on a flight bound for Las Vegas, Nevada for an exciting collaboration with Huawei. During busy periods like this I can be anywhere in the world, working hours and down time seem to merge into one and it can all get a little hectic. Sometimes I’ll manage to fit in a half hour workout before dinner and sometimes running for meetings is my cardio. But whatever I’m doing, wherever I am, I’m constantly taking steps towards a healthier Me.
So with my comfy kicks and forgiving denim I’m able to get from A to B and right the way through to Z if the time calls for it but tracking my progress and staying on top of my active hours, how far I’ve travelled and hitting daily targets is where you really up your game and having the right technology makes this possible.
The Huawei ‘Jewel’ Smartwatch
This watch boasts a touch screen encrusted with Swarovski Zirconias, surrounded by rose gold hardware and a premium quality white leather strap. It is simply stunning and merges seamlessly with any outfit. Navigating the watch, you will find a voice activated operating system which syncs directly with your smart phone. Whether you are answering a call, tracking your steps, translating languages, planning your day’s meetings or even penning an e-mail it can now all be done from the confines of your exceptionally designed timepiece.
The fitness tracking interface tracks not only your steps but your calories burned and time spent inactive. It tracks this over 7 day periods and evaluates the information within the interface to show progress and areas for improvement. You are able to set your own personal goals easily within the app and increase these as you smash each and every one of them to smithereens.
It really isn’t just a pretty face, in fact it has many pretty faces to choose from so whether you a Sportluxe styling like I am or off out for dinner the premium design transitions without a hitch, a fundamental function for any ‘healthista’ on the go.
This post is in collaboration with Huawei but I’m a massive tech geek so all opinions are my own.