Oura Ring Gen 3 Horizon Specs: Size: 6-13 | Ingredients: Durable titanium and PVD coating the color: Silver, Black, Choli, Gold, Rose Gold Water resistant: Up to 328 feet sensor: Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen, PPG, Skin Temperature, 3D Accelerometer | Connection: Bluetooth Low-Energy, Airplane Mode | Battery: Up to seven days
The Aura Ring is one of the most successful fitness rings on the market today, with four different color options and different sizes to choose from.
ZDNET’s Sherin Shibu bought and tested the Heritage Aura Ring and put it through weekly activities like strength training, cycling classes, yoga classes and more. The specialty of the ring is that it does not allow the user to lose data. You’ll get a simplified activity, sleep, and fitness score that you can use to improve your overall well-being, along with more detailed charts that monitor heart rate and body temperature if you want to use them.
Revaluation: Is Aura Ring worth buying in 2023?
The ring also has exceptional slip tracking. It provides insightful data that goes beyond what you’ll get from Fitbit or the best smart rings For example, it displays your HRV balance, temperature changes during sleep (which can be used to predict menstrual cycles), blood oxygen levels, and the duration of each sleep stage.
Apart from its impressive sleep tracking, the Aura Ring also excels at activity tracking. It monitors your steps, calories burned (including active calories), heart rate during exercise and training volume. When comparing its activity tracking to the Garmin Vivomove Sport watch, the Aura Ring was within 200 steps of Garmin’s tracked steps.
In 2022, Oura introduced the Horizon model, which removed the flat area at the top of the ring and made it completely round like a regular ring. You can choose the Heritage model, which starts at $299, or the New Horizon model, which starts at $349.