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ScanWatch Horizon features all the cutting edge tech of the original edition outfitted with notable design and material upgrades including a rotating bezel, Luminova indexes and 10 ATM water resistance.
Made to last
Optical heart rate sensor
Day and night the optical heart rate sensor keeps tabs on heart rate but conserves battery life by activating periodically around the clock. Continuous heart rate is activated and recorded when using workout mode.
Clinically validated Oxygen Saturation (SpO2)
To deliver the percentage of blood oxygen, or SpO2, ScanWatch uses a multi-wavelength PPG sensor to emit and measure red and infrared reflections of blood vessels in the wrist. Normal SpO2 values vary between 90 and 100%, and readings appear on the watch and in the app.
An ECG is the best way to detect atrial fibrillation (AFib), a highly prevalent heart arrhythmia. AFib often goes undiagnosed because it can show no symptoms and/or not be present during doctor’s visits because the episodes can be intermittent.
Note: ECG must be used under the care of a physician. ECG requires a free in-app activation process. ECG is not intended for use by people under 22 years old. Prescription Use Only.
Share with a doctor
All heart health data is compiled in the app and can be easily shared with a doctor, health coach, or loved one with a few taps via the Health Report feature.
With the activity subdial always available at a glance, ScanWatch helps you know where you stand with your daily step goal. A 3-axis accelerometer and a decade of algorithm improvements allow you to enjoy the most accurate results.
Automatic Activity detection
Take a swim, commute by bike, or go for a run—ScanWatch will automatically recognize your activity and log it in the Health Mate app. Get credit for all your moves with no button to press.
Map your workout sessions and enjoy distance, elevation, and path with Connected GPS.
Easily activate workout mode right on your wrist by choosing from over 30 sports. This shows your workout duration, and logs heart rate and movement continuously.
ScanWatch Horizon collects numerous data points to measure Sleep cycles, track breathing disturbances and then calculates your overall Sleep Score—automatically.
ScanWatch tracks your sleep cycles (light and deep), duration of sleep, time to be asleep and wake up as well as interruptions, and logs it in the Health Mate app so you can view your trends.
healthmate app view
Our exclusive algorithm automatically scores your night based on sleep cycles, duration, regularity and interruptions.
healthmate app view
Because ScanWatch knows if you are in a light or deep stage, it can choose the best time to wake you up according to your schedule. You simply set a wake-up time in the app, and ScanWatch will wake you with a light vibration.
healthmate app view
Respiratory Wellness Scan
In addition to analyzing sleep, activating the Respiratory Wellness Scan can track breathing disturbances via the PPG sensor and the accelerometer based on an analysis ofcontinuous blood oxygen levels (SpO2), heart rate, motion and breathing rate.