Tech gift guide – Valentine’s Day

Zepp E is a sleek new smartwatch built to be the ultimate personal sport and fitness companion, harnessing the power of AI and cutting-edge technology to turn crucial health statistics into actionable insights! 

The system has been designed to be the ultimate personal sport and health companion. It has 24/7 heart rate monitoring with an integrated heart rate sensor to allow users to better keep track of their well-being, including sleep monitoring, sport, and exercise tracking, and monitoring of blood oxygen saturation (SpO22), users can also calculate stress levels to keep their mental well-being in check.

During your everyday activities and sports, Zepp E provides you with skilled health instructions and treatment through AI research, giving you a better understanding and more efficient control of your physical health and well-being. 

Zepp E is on a mission to develop new technologies to help its users with accurate AI data analysis to better control their wellbeing. They provide not only hardware but also software and services, providing a holistic solution for digital health management. 

Zepp E is a stylish new smartwatch that harnesses the power of AI and state-of-the-art technology to turn important health statistics into actionable insights, helping users track their physical and mental well-being more effectively.

In partnership with This Morning TV host and psychologist Emma Kenny and Dr. Sarah Jarvis of Good Morning Britain, Zepp recently launched the Measurements of Attraction to help people better understand the tell-tale signs of real attraction using a smartwatch, even when dating virtually. 

Zepp Reveals Tell-Tale Signs of Genuine Attraction to Help Singles Find the Perfect Date

This Valentine’s Day, celebrating love and connection, Zepp has introduced the Zepp Measurements of Attraction to help individuals recognize who really gets their heart-racing and understand the tell-tale signs of genuine attraction, even while dating digitally.

With social distancing regulations that push singles to explore connections online, the Zepp Measures of Attraction were created in collaboration with a renowned medical expert, Dr. Sarah Jarvis, and esteemed psychologist and psychotherapist, Emma Kenny.  Revealing five main indicators to look out for while on a virtual or physical date, including a heart rate rise of more than 100bpm or at least 10bpm higher than the average rest, a blink rate of more than 12 blinks per minute, and reddening not only of the cheeks but also of the lips.

Dr. Sarah Jarvis said: “This year things may be a little different, but where your physical responses are concerned, the same principles apply. Whether you’re meeting someone you’re attracted to online, many of the tell-tale physical signs are the same – because your hormones are active in a virtual as well as a face to face setting.”


In partnership with Emma Kenny 

  1.       Cheeks flush: Blood flows to cheeks, this is an evolutionary process to help attract a mate, it is a physical signal to express attraction
  2.       Palms sweat: Our body then automatically releases two powerful hormones – adrenalin and norepinephrine (the stress hormone). The combination of these two hormones causes your palms to sweat and your heart to skip a beat
  3.       Heart rate increases: Falling in love triggers the fight or flight reaction in the body. Epinephrine and norepinephrine are released into the bloodstream when the adrenal medulla in the brain releases catecholamines. This triggers the heart to beat faster and that is why you can feel it pumping away when you are attracted to someone. Zepp’s range of smartwatches use in-built precise and continuous heart monitoring to help users track and monitor heart rate and overall health, even when you’re on a date
  4.       Pupils dilate: Due to feeling excited, or nervous when you find someone attractive, your eyes may dilate when you see someone that you are attracted to, this is known as mydriasis. It is believed to offer a non-verbal clue as regards attraction to someone or something
  5.       Heartbeats faster: The brain sends signals to the adrenal gland, which secretes hormones such as adrenaline, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. They flow through the blood and cause the heart to beat faster and stronger

Emma Kenny further commented: “Even though we may not yet be able to experience the ordinary freedoms we have been used to in previous years, we will undoubtedly all recognise how important it is to have positive relationships in our lives. When individuals feel loved and cherished, they are less likely to engage in destructive relationships or habits, making them more likely to live longer. Human contact, love, and connection reminds us of our intrinsic meaning, and helps us feel a sense of value.”

Before lockdown, Zepp sent out two potential matches for a romantic evening to bring the Measures of Attraction to the test using the Zepp smartwatch. During a time when periods of isolation have become a common occurrence around the globe, the light-hearted video celebrates the significance of human interaction. You can view the video below:

In 2020, along with its Global Sleep Report and a personalized lullaby generator (, Zepp released two series of smartwatches, the Zepp E and Zepp Z. . Zepp would like to accompany you on the journey towards a healthier life with the aim of becoming everybody’s health partner at every moment. 

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