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  • - Hello guys, good morning.

  • I guess it's not really morning where you are,

  • but it's morning for me.

  • I just dropped what we're doing today.

  • I thought today, it'd be cool to test another product.

  • So, today with me, I have the Oura sleep ring.

  • I guess let's get on with the video.

  • That's the worst intro I've ever done in my entire life,

  • but let's just get on with the video.

  • (bright music)

  • So the things that pretty much come in the package is,

  • it has a little charging pad and then the actual ring.

  • It looks fancy. I mean, I'm not gonna lie, it looks nice.

  • And I feel like it better be,

  • considering the price point is pretty high,

  • so I have high expectations for this.

  • I do have an Apple Watch which I think is about,

  • I don't know, depending on the Apple Watch you get,

  • probably about half the price,

  • maybe a little bit more than half the price

  • of the sleep ring, but the Apple Watch does have

  • pretty good sleep-tracking functions.

  • So, we're gonna see if it's different

  • for the ring versus the watch.

  • I don't know if your pulse is stronger

  • on your wrist or your finger.

  • I feel like, I'm ipsy, because sometimes the doctor shows

  • will do it on your wrist but then they also put that thing

  • on your finger when you're in surgery, so.

  • But, okay, let's see if this ring actually even fits,

  • I don't even know what finger it's supposed to go on.

  • It looks like a really high-tech ring.

  • It looks like something you would find in a movie,

  • where like you press it and it projects something weird

  • like in some sci-fi movie.

  • And I wouldn't wear this throughout the day,

  • I can't really close my fingers.

  • At night, I'm not sure if it would bother me or not.

  • It does have an app that you're supposed get with it

  • that pairs to your phone.

  • It looks like its main functions is to improve your sleep,

  • so the activity is actually part of that,

  • it gives you goals for your activity level

  • throughout the day so that you sleep better

  • and basically so there's a better balance.

  • I just had to type in my email

  • and now it's asking me to put in my birthday,

  • height, weight, gender, and what units I use,

  • which I feel is pretty standard

  • for most health apps anymore.

  • Now, it's asking me for what's my goal?

  • Let's go with manage stress levels,

  • I feel most teenagers have stress levels,

  • so let's go with that one.

  • Do any of the following affect your sleep right now?

  • Most of the times, I'm just like, school.

  • There's not even an option for school.

  • Oh, there's (laughs),

  • "I live a hectic life", that is mine, I clicked that one.

  • Get started.

  • Oh, wow, it just pulled up,

  • it was like, "Oh, do you want to pair?"

  • It's paired, I think.

  • Okay, it looks like it also has activity checking

  • as well as sleep checking.

  • So it kind of is just like a Fibit or an Apple Watch

  • but it's a ring, I guess, which is weird

  • because it's actually more expensive

  • than Fibits and Apple Watches and it has less capabilities,

  • so maybe the sleep tracking is just really good.

  • It's very well laid out, it looks really high tech.

  • But, it does look like,

  • I mean I haven't, obviously, tested it

  • so there's no data there yet,

  • but there are lots of charts and graphs

  • and things like that.

  • Also guys, don't be horrified

  • with the amount of sleep I get,

  • I think maybe get four hours right now, pretty standard.

  • All right, so my first impressions when I'm looking at this

  • and reading more about it.

  • I don't know, the way I look at it is

  • you can get an Apple Watch

  • and you can get millions of different apps

  • that do different things that track sleep

  • and exercise and stuff like that,

  • that will give you all the same alerts,

  • and you have lots more options.

  • And this ring just seems to narrow it down

  • and put it into one app, but I'm not sure if that's good

  • or bad because you lose a lot of freedom of choice

  • of which one you want and what different things you want,

  • for the amount of tracking it does that is pretty crazy

  • that it's all in a little ring.

  • I'm like, "Oh, it needs to be smaller",

  • but I mean, 40 years ago,

  • they would've been really amazed by this.

  • Oh look, guys, I already burned 3 calories,

  • just going like this.

  • So, pretty much, the real kicker here

  • is I'm gonna be wearing them both while I sleep.

  • I am going to be using a very credible sleep watching,

  • sleep tracking app for the Apple Watch,

  • it seems to be the best one on the App Store,

  • it has 175,000 four-star reviews or five-star reviews,

  • it's called Sleep Watch.

  • We're gonna be testing these to see the accuracy,

  • if they're different, if they say the same thing.

  • It seems like, basically, what it can do

  • is activity tracking, sleep tracking.

  • It does mention something about menstrual cycle tracking,

  • and it also does body temperature.

  • So, out of all those things, you can do all the same things

  • from your phone or Apple Watch.

  • The only one I don't think you can do is track temperature,

  • which is kinda cool, I don't know,

  • it's a thermometer or something,

  • that what's it called, right?

  • The one that... yeah.

  • Thermometer.

  • I guess it can detect when you have a fever,

  • or if you're sick and need to sleep more

  • or something like that.

  • But let's go ahead and test them, and see the difference.

  • (soft music)

  • So I'm finally ready to test the ring.

  • It is pretty late at night,

  • I'm going to bed a little bit later

  • than I would have liked because I had a homework assignment

  • that took longer than I thought it was going to.

  • Normally, I feel like, I don't know

  • the amount hours of sleep that I get,

  • but it's probably not what I'm supposed to be getting.

  • So I'm not really sure what these results

  • are even gonna say, honestly, I'm a pretty light sleeper.

  • I guess we'll just go ahead and test the ring.

  • See what it tracks.

  • (upbeat music)

  • All right, so I just wanna say,

  • that was the most sleep I've gotten in two weeks.

  • If that ring is actually accurate,

  • wow, I don't sleep eight hours, I'm sorry, I just don't.

  • Anyway, okay, first things first,

  • this ring is extremely uncomfortable.

  • I know I'm complaining a little bit,

  • but, literally, I don't know how to describe it,

  • but it's like my finger has a cramp.

  • I don't know if it's just 'cause I,

  • that hurts my finger, I don't know if I slept weird

  • or it was pressed on to my other finger last night,

  • something weird happened 'cause my hand hurts this morning.

  • It's bothering me today to have it on, but.

  • Actually, I do think it's pretty cool.

  • It did log my sleep results, it was really fast,

  • it was as soon as I woke up, it was like, oh.

  • I forgot, I think it said updating or something

  • and in two minutes I had all the information

  • from my sleep cycle and it's actually really interesting

  • I'm learning about this is my AP Psychology class right now

  • so it was, I see everything and I knew what it all meant.

  • It's really simple, I would say it's really simple,

  • it has everything laid out very clearly.

  • It tells you everything.

  • There's one thing though that said heart rate,

  • I didn't read it carefully.

  • So heart rate difference or something

  • and it said 20 beats per minute or whatever,

  • and first thing I was like,

  • "My heart was beating that slow?"

  • But no, it was the difference

  • between the high and the low,

  • I don't know, something weird.

  • It's really well laid out, really organized,

  • there's a lot information there,

  • a lot of things that you can do.