New Whoop wearable can track blood oxygen levels and offer skin temperature data
Whoop, the company behind the performance-focused wearable favoured by some of the biggest names in the sporting world has unveiled its next generation tracker. It’s called the Whoop 4.0.
The follow-up to the Whoop Strap 3.0, which launched back in 2019, can still be worn inside of a knitted band and still requires a $18 monthly subscription to gain rich sleep, recovery and training insights.
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