Review: iHeart by VitalSines – Get your heart on

Review: iHeart by VitalSines – Get your heart on
October 31 11:31 2014 Print This Article

One word. Wow! I found out about iHeart at GROW 2014 in Whistler, BC and I just couldn’t stop thinking about it. Recently I visited iHeart at their launch event in Vancouver and got a chance to sit down with Sarah Goodman and Dr. Jess Goodman from iHeart (VitalSines Inc.) and learn about the product. Well, let’s just say they both WOWED me at how much they know about Aortic Stiffness and technology. There is no other device like iHeart on the market. It is to be used complimentary with all fitness trackers and regular visits to the user’s medical doctor. It shows how positive lifestyle choices are affecting the user’s inner physiology. They’ve also made the CIX TOP 20 list! Awesome!

I plugged myself into the iHeart application which looks freaking beautiful by the way, it totally gave me a heart on, get it? For a beta product, holy smokes it looks clean and fresh and it’s incredibly responsive. If you didn’t know it was a beta application you’d think that iHeart is a million dollar company on the market for years. The iHeart team clearly has been working their butt off to succeed and it shows. The team is amazing too full of beautiful people that are so passionate about the product and I just love that.

The iHeart Bluetooth fingertip oximeter takes only 30 seconds to capture and analyze the arterial pulse signal. An iPhone or iPad equipped with the free iHeart app presents the pulse signal in graphic detail. Aortic Stiffness Score and Physiological Age are displayed immediately, stored on an iPhone or iPad and also sent to a personal iHeartAlive.com webpage, available for free to all iHeart users. At the secure webpage a user can review each of their past recordings and see how Physiological Age has changed, communicate with other users, and find resources such as meal ideas and fitness plans from the iHeart Ambassadors to lower physiological age. With regular testing, users gain awareness as to how exercise
and other positive lifestyle choices are improving their health and physiological age. iHeart is not a medical device, it is a health and wellness educational tool.

I’m 27, and I was amazed at what my physiological age is. On my first scan using the iHeart oximiter, it showed me that my age is actually 14. Maybe it’s cause I don’t drink and don’t smoke but I sure am happy.

The oximiter itself has every detail on it that you can imagine. For a production sample it looks fantastic with a beautiful OLED screen that shows your SPO2 (blood oxygen) and your pulse and of course your battery level. The display really stands out and I was told by Dr. Jess Goodman that it’s custom. It sure looks amazing!

The iHeart Physiological Age Monitor has launched via Indiegogo.com on October 27th, 2014. The iHeart oximeter is being sold for $149.99 on the www.iHeartalive.com store. Indiegogo launch price will be $99.99 for early adopters. This is the first of many health and wellness tools to be released by Vitalsines. They’ve already reached 41% of their funding goal in just a few days, way to go! Back them now! {rating}

Review Summary

5 out of 5
Design
5 out of 5
Application
5 out of 5
Hardware
5 out of 5
Performance
5 out of 5
Ease of use

AMAZING!!!

5 Excellent 5 out of 5
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Jonathan Yaniv
Jonathan Yaniv

Jonathan is the founder and editor-in-chief of TrustedNerd.com. Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jonathan is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you’d like to be considered for publishing? Send Jonathan an email, jonathan [at] trustednerd.com

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  1. […] Look at iHeart, a physiological age monitor that helps you to improve your aortic stiffness to live a healthier life. It’s a oximeter that works over bluetooth and is currently on Indiegogo at 64% funded with less than a month to go. If you haven’t picked one of those up, I highly suggest you do and read the review. […]