HTC and Under Armour worked together in order to create an exciting new fitness package and it looks amazing, but how well does it work? Let’s dive in and see how the HTC HealthBox is set to make us better and improve health!
This is a device that really showcases the needs we have from a fitness standpoint, because not only does it show the heart rate it also delivers other health information and important stuff that will pertain to how you can change or monitor your diet as well.
The design for this HTC HealthBox is amazing because it maintains a combination of red and black that looks stunning. You will find a great OLED display that delivers charm and appeal, but at the same time, you will see that the display is not obtrusive and you can easily see the content on it without any issue.
The touch controls are ok, not that sensitive but they do deliver quite a lot of value and that’s what matters the most at the end of the day. Not only that, but the OS they added here and all the other stuff is very fluent, which is what matters the most.
HTC HealthBox’s heart rate monitor is not only very good, it’s truly functional and it really delivers the results you want which is always a major plus. It will transform you from a casual exerciser into a fat burning machine, and that’s really cool.
The UA scale
HTC has also showcase the US scale which is a circular slab that was designed in order to measure the body fat and weight, important things that really pay off and deliver important value. These are paired with the HealthBox companion app in order to deliver some really good results and a very good experience all around, which is what matters the most.
HTC HealthBox is designed with a way to focus on how you feel and how your body evolves in time. It accumulates many data such as weight, body fat and calories burned, but it also compares the data in time which helps obtain an insight into your fat burning mechanics. The layout of the app is very good and the challenge modes integrated here are created to help you lose weight, which is always a great motivational tool.
Watch the HTC & UA Healthbox Video
While the $400 HTC are asking might not make the HTC HealthBox a cheap product, you do get quite a lot of value. The scale looks really well, the fitness band is classy and great looking, but at the same time the application helps put everything together nicely. The results are astounding to be honest and that’s what matters the most, so keep that in mind if you want to purchase a great fitness product!