Star.21

Star.21
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Meet the Star.21 Fitness Band: a fitness tracker that helps you keep track of your health and get your lifestyle on the right track. It is based on the 21 days habit formations concept and helps you develop more healthy habits. Star.21 keeps track of your progress throughout the process. The device offers Bluetooth wireless synchronization and visualizes data on your phone.

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The market of sports bracelets is getting bigger by the day and more manufacturers step into the game. The Oaxis Star 21 is a new sports- and activity tracker with a strange looking display. The functions and such remain quite similar to the competition, though this band is aimed at women having put extra effort in the design of the band.

The band also comes with an app which shows you exactly how much calories you have burned and the steps you took. The band also tracks your sleep during the night. You can set your goals and there is a build in alarm as well. The Oaxis Star 21 is water resistance up to an IP57 certification. The Oaxis Star 21 comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and works well with Android and iOS devices. Price is as low as $69 dollars and it’s available in rose, green, blue, black and white.

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