South Korean company joins smart ring race with cheaper Oura alternative

With more smart ring options entering the market, ExerRing is promising "your personalized AI coach" at a cheaper price.

South Korean company Exerchain has launched its AI-powered smart ring called ExerRing.

The device is available on Kickstarter in black, gold, and silver and is available in sizes six to 13.

The ring is controlled via Smart Touch Control, which only requires a user to tap the device.

ExerRing is water resistant, 2.3 mm in diameter, and weighs 4.5g. Its battery lasts from four to six days, and charging it takes 1.5 hours.

The accessory tracks the user's wellness 24/7. It includes monitoring their heart rate, body temperature, and blood oxygen levels. The ring also tracks the user's workouts and sends information on exercise time, distance, heart rate, calories burned, and steps taken.

The company is calling the ring "your personalized AI coach," as it's powered by Exerchain's AI technology.

The ring is compatible with Apple, Samsung, and Google health apps.

The current price of ExerRing is $159, with a Super Early Bird deal for the ring currently at $119. Its competitor, Oura Health Oy, offers Oura Rings starting from $299.

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