In case you’re finding it difficult to decide which is right for you, we’ll break down the differences for you, but first let’s start with what’s the same.
Same sophisticated sensor technology
Both versions contain the same sensors used to monitor movement and physiological signals.
Same alerting functionality
Both will trigger an SMS and phone call when an unusual pattern in movement and physiological signals is detected.
Superior battery life
Embrace2 comes with an optimized circuit lasting 48+ hours, and only takes about half an hour for a full day's charge. It’s predecessor, Embrace covers you for 24 to 36 hours.
Different watch face
Embrace2 features 4 engraved hour indicators making it easier to read the time, while the original version just has a printed heart in the 3 o’clock position.
Prescription required for the US
In the US, a prescription is required for Embrace2 as it has been cleared by the FDA as a medical device.
Learn more about uploading your prescription.