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UV SunSense UV Monitoring Wristband

Jun 10, 2010
As summer heat begins, we spend more time outdoors, which exposes our skin to UV light. Many of us know that it is essential to use sunscreen or wear sun protective clothes to avoid the risk of sunburns as well as more serious problems like skin cancer and premature skin ageing. However, most people either forget to reapply sunscreen or do not realize that they spent too much time in the sun.

UVSunSense UV Monitoring Wristband is a great solution for adults and children, who head to the beach and want to be aware of their sun protection. The UV wristband is designed to monitor UV exposure to help you apply your sunscreen when it is needed. When you put on your sunscreen, you simply need to apply some on the wristband. The UV SunSense will change its color from purple to pink to alert you when you need to reapply sunscreen or get out of the sun.

The UV SunSense includes 7 Wristbands per package that are suitable for all family members.

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Dec 26, 2015 12:12 PM » posted by: Yeny
I own the previous veiorsn of this watch and I can plainly say, this watch is so much better I'm using the SmartWatch with a Nexus S & Galaxy S 2 (not at the same time, lol) and I have yet to experience any issues of connectivity that plagued Liveview previously. I love the the metallic finish and simple power on/standby/power off on the side of the watch. I do, however miss having a led light on the outside of the watch letting you know that it needs charge or that device is fully charged if plugged in. The widgets and ease of Liveware software have really solidified my enjoyment of the Smartwatch. When turned on, the smartwatch automatically connects to your phone. I know that sounds so simple, but compared to Liveview it's a breath of fresh air. I can finally be several rooms away from phone and still get notifications. Battery life is decent, but definitely not 4 days. In fact, the more notifications you utilize (perhaps the music player widget) the shorter the battery life, but still not bad My main gripe with this product is the proprietary USB charge cable included. First off, why not keep micro usb as the data/charging input? It was brilliant, as many other devices use micro usb and I always had a charger or cable handy at home or work. Now, I have to purchase another cable and pack it with me for work and travel. Also, you have to line up the contacts just right or the device will not charge. First time I plugged it in the device seemed to be charging fine. However, when I placed the Smartwatch down on my desk, it must have wiggled off slightly and prevented a full charge. Not a huge deal, you just have to make sure contacts are aligned properly and charging your Smartwatch. I also like that just like before, Sony included and Smartwatch wristband adapter that lets you adapt your own wristband. I recommend using the adapter as the OEM wristband is cheap and a lint magnet.Pros-Pairs well and Smartwatch applications are great so far-Smartwatch wristband adapter included so you can use a better wristband-Decent battery life (no 4 day though, I'm afraid)-Potential for some serious app development and customizations-Excellent & stylish bridge to your phone at wrist's convenienceCons-Included wristband is of awful quality-No out of the box support for Google products (it's Android Sony, Gmail should at least work)-Proprietary cable is slightly cumbersome for charging(should have remained micro usb, but oh well!)-Should have retained led light for battery status/charging like previous modelHope this was helpful and happy shopping *****UPDATE*****I'm a fair guy and here I am to prove it. Previously I had a lot disconnection issues after previous updates. The latest update seems to have fixed the disconnection problems. So I'm bumping my rating up. http://gpjyjpqqgeb.com [url=http://mycmqo.com]mycmqo[/url] [link=http://mngbfcwtqej.com]mngbfcwtqej[/link]

Dec 26, 2015 12:12 PM » posted by: Yeny
I own the previous veiorsn of this watch and I can plainly say, this watch is so much better I'm using the SmartWatch with a Nexus S & Galaxy S 2 (not at the same time, lol) and I have yet to experience any issues of connectivity that plagued Liveview previously. I love the the metallic finish and simple power on/standby/power off on the side of the watch. I do, however miss having a led light on the outside of the watch letting you know that it needs charge or that device is fully charged if plugged in. The widgets and ease of Liveware software have really solidified my enjoyment of the Smartwatch. When turned on, the smartwatch automatically connects to your phone. I know that sounds so simple, but compared to Liveview it's a breath of fresh air. I can finally be several rooms away from phone and still get notifications. Battery life is decent, but definitely not 4 days. In fact, the more notifications you utilize (perhaps the music player widget) the shorter the battery life, but still not bad My main gripe with this product is the proprietary USB charge cable included. First off, why not keep micro usb as the data/charging input? It was brilliant, as many other devices use micro usb and I always had a charger or cable handy at home or work. Now, I have to purchase another cable and pack it with me for work and travel. Also, you have to line up the contacts just right or the device will not charge. First time I plugged it in the device seemed to be charging fine. However, when I placed the Smartwatch down on my desk, it must have wiggled off slightly and prevented a full charge. Not a huge deal, you just have to make sure contacts are aligned properly and charging your Smartwatch. I also like that just like before, Sony included and Smartwatch wristband adapter that lets you adapt your own wristband. I recommend using the adapter as the OEM wristband is cheap and a lint magnet.Pros-Pairs well and Smartwatch applications are great so far-Smartwatch wristband adapter included so you can use a better wristband-Decent battery life (no 4 day though, I'm afraid)-Potential for some serious app development and customizations-Excellent & stylish bridge to your phone at wrist's convenienceCons-Included wristband is of awful quality-No out of the box support for Google products (it's Android Sony, Gmail should at least work)-Proprietary cable is slightly cumbersome for charging(should have remained micro usb, but oh well!)-Should have retained led light for battery status/charging like previous modelHope this was helpful and happy shopping *****UPDATE*****I'm a fair guy and here I am to prove it. Previously I had a lot disconnection issues after previous updates. The latest update seems to have fixed the disconnection problems. So I'm bumping my rating up. http://gpjyjpqqgeb.com [url=http://mycmqo.com]mycmqo[/url] [link=http://mngbfcwtqej.com]mngbfcwtqej[/link]

Dec 26, 2015 12:12 PM » posted by: Yeny
I own the previous veiorsn of this watch and I can plainly say, this watch is so much better I'm using the SmartWatch with a Nexus S & Galaxy S 2 (not at the same time, lol) and I have yet to experience any issues of connectivity that plagued Liveview previously. I love the the metallic finish and simple power on/standby/power off on the side of the watch. I do, however miss having a led light on the outside of the watch letting you know that it needs charge or that device is fully charged if plugged in. The widgets and ease of Liveware software have really solidified my enjoyment of the Smartwatch. When turned on, the smartwatch automatically connects to your phone. I know that sounds so simple, but compared to Liveview it's a breath of fresh air. I can finally be several rooms away from phone and still get notifications. Battery life is decent, but definitely not 4 days. In fact, the more notifications you utilize (perhaps the music player widget) the shorter the battery life, but still not bad My main gripe with this product is the proprietary USB charge cable included. First off, why not keep micro usb as the data/charging input? It was brilliant, as many other devices use micro usb and I always had a charger or cable handy at home or work. Now, I have to purchase another cable and pack it with me for work and travel. Also, you have to line up the contacts just right or the device will not charge. First time I plugged it in the device seemed to be charging fine. However, when I placed the Smartwatch down on my desk, it must have wiggled off slightly and prevented a full charge. Not a huge deal, you just have to make sure contacts are aligned properly and charging your Smartwatch. I also like that just like before, Sony included and Smartwatch wristband adapter that lets you adapt your own wristband. I recommend using the adapter as the OEM wristband is cheap and a lint magnet.Pros-Pairs well and Smartwatch applications are great so far-Smartwatch wristband adapter included so you can use a better wristband-Decent battery life (no 4 day though, I'm afraid)-Potential for some serious app development and customizations-Excellent & stylish bridge to your phone at wrist's convenienceCons-Included wristband is of awful quality-No out of the box support for Google products (it's Android Sony, Gmail should at least work)-Proprietary cable is slightly cumbersome for charging(should have remained micro usb, but oh well!)-Should have retained led light for battery status/charging like previous modelHope this was helpful and happy shopping *****UPDATE*****I'm a fair guy and here I am to prove it. Previously I had a lot disconnection issues after previous updates. The latest update seems to have fixed the disconnection problems. So I'm bumping my rating up. http://gpjyjpqqgeb.com [url=http://mycmqo.com]mycmqo[/url] [link=http://mngbfcwtqej.com]mngbfcwtqej[/link]

Dec 22, 2015 08:21 PM » posted by: Vadestino
Awwww man If I knew they were dishing up Swedish fish, I would have been out there early this mnonirg.Seriously though, next year I *have* to make sure nothing else gets in the way of attending this event.

Dec 22, 2015 08:21 PM » posted by: Vadestino
Awwww man If I knew they were dishing up Swedish fish, I would have been out there early this mnonirg.Seriously though, next year I *have* to make sure nothing else gets in the way of attending this event.

Dec 22, 2015 08:21 PM » posted by: Vadestino
Awwww man If I knew they were dishing up Swedish fish, I would have been out there early this mnonirg.Seriously though, next year I *have* to make sure nothing else gets in the way of attending this event.


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