Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the most common questions about the Cardiac Watch as well as the answers to them. If you have a question you don’t see below, please contact us at our support desk and we will provide you assistance.

Features and Functions

How Does the Cardiac Watch Work ? 

The Cardiac Watch is a second generation health monitoring device that uses a combination of software and ultra sensitive optical sensors combined with a pressure sensitive electrode button to monitor your cardiac functions. It works by measuring both your pulse as well as the natural electrical current through your body to provide feedback and data on your cardiac functions.

Does the Cardiac Watch Track Arrhythmia ? 

The Cardiac Watch is one of the few portable devices in the world to have the capacity to track Heart Rate Variability and basic arrhythmia heart beat patterns.  It provides the user the ability to perform an on demand 60 second test on how your heart is beating during that period of testing including a visual graph and mapping of irregularities and fluctuations of beating patterns during the text cycle. The device measures the specific changes in time or variability between successive heart beats in measured milliseconds (ms).  For a detailed explanation of the the importance of measuring HRV, the Harvard Medical Journal as published this article.  ( a new page will open )

How Does the Cardiac Watch Report on Blood Pressure Data ? 

The device is designed to provide the user a mathematically based estimate on the users systolic and diastolic measurements. These estimates are based on a variety of factors including your heart rate per minute sum combined with EKG measurements.

What Size is the Watch Strap on the Device ? 

The total length of the watch is approximately 10 inches or 248 mm when fully open.  The watch can be reduced to fit a small child’s wrist or expanded to fit a large adults wrist.

How Does the Watch Charge ? 

The watch charges via a standard USB port such as on your computer or phone block.  The male end is embedded in the strap which pulls apart for charging.

How Long does the Watch Take to Charge ? 

The Cardiac Watch will fully charge in 2 to 3 hours

Is the Watch Suitable for Children ?

The watch will work with children and is water proof as well as rugged enough to withstand playtime.  The face design of the watch may be a bit big for children with smaller wrists though.

How Long Does a Charge Last ? 

On stand by mode a full charge will last approximately 2 weeks.  With daily use, a single charge will last from 5 to 7 days.

Warranty and Return Policy

Can I Return the Watch for a Refund if I Am Not Happy With It ?

Yes you can.  Simply return the watch to our warehouse within 90 days of purchase for a full refund if you are not satisfied with the device and your payment will be refunded to your purchase method ( ie: credit card / debit card etc )

Shipping

How Long Does Shipping Take ?

All shipments are sent via USPS or Canada Post within North America. Please allow between 4 and 12 days for your shipment to arrive depending on where you live in North America.

What Countries Do You Ship To ?

At this time we only sell and ship to the continental USA and Canada.

Do You Provide Tracking Numbers ?

Yes.  Once a shipping manifest is generated for your shipment, a tracking number is automatically generated and added to your account page.  Please note that the tracking number is created immediately upon order creation and is only activated once the courier scans the order and takes possession of it for delivery.

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Important Disclaimer

This website may contain general information relating to various medical conditions and their treatment.  Such information is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional.   Users of this site or device should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing a health or fitness problem, or disease.  A person should always consult with a doctor or other health care professional for medical advice or information about diagnosis or treatment.