Iris Smart Ring has the tiniest proprietary sensor and is the slimmest smart ring at 5 mm broad and 2.5 mm thick. The ring contains a wireless docking station that can deliver up to four total charges and weighs less than 5 gm. Improved accuracy is another feature of Iris that sets it apart from other versions on the market. The size of other rings can cause them to shift on the finger, limiting measurement accuracy, which the Iris Smart Ring will not do.
A PPG sensor with six photodetectors and 18 LEDs is a feature of the Iris Smart Ring. The Iris ring allows you to track your workouts, sleep patterns, and stress levels in addition to measuring biometrics like heart rate, HRV, and blood oxygen levels, just like a good quality smartwatch. An auxiliary app lets you view all of this data. The device includes a blood pressure sensor and a thermometer of medical-grade quality; blood pressure readings will be possible starting in the middle of 2024 as a result of an OTA update.
Price & Availability
The Iris smart ring’s entry-level Kickstarter pledge level is $146, which will get the user the black version of the wearable and a lifetime app subscription. For the same package, the gold and silver variants cost $165. The subscription will initially cost $10 every month, and the ring will eventually retail for $199 in future.