How do I wear the Galaxy Watch Active2 correctly?
• To measure your heart rate more accurately with the Galaxy Watch Active2, wear it firmly around your lower arm just above the wrist.
• When you activate the auto heart rate tracking feature, or when you start to use the exercise features, the Galaxy Watch Active2 will automatically track your heart rate. When measuring your heart rate, wear the Galaxy Watch Active2 snugly on your arm above your wrist as shown in the figure below.
• If you fasten the Galaxy Watch Active2 too tightly, the skin irritation may occur and if you fasten it too loosely, friction may occur.
• The accuracy of the heart rate sensor may be diminished depending on measurement conditions and surroundings.
• Use the HR feature only for measuring your heart rate.
• Cold ambient temperatures may affect your measurement; during winter or cold weather, keep yourself warm when checking your heart rate.
• Smoking or consuming alcohol before taking measurements may cause your heart rate to be different from your normal heart rate.
• Do not talk, yawn, or breathe deeply while taking heart rate measurements. Doing so may cause your heart rate to be recorded inaccurately.
• Because the heart rate sensor uses light to approximate heart rate, its accuracy may vary due to physical factors that affect light absorption and reflection, such as blood circulation/blood pressure, skin condition and location and concentration of blood vessels. In addition, if your heart rate is extremely high or low, measurements may be inaccurate.
• Users with thin wrists may receive inaccurate heart rate measurements when the device is loose, causing the light to be reflected unevenly. If heart rate measurement is not working properly, adjust the position of the device’s heart rate sensor to the right, left, up, or down on your wrist, or wear the device on your inner arm so that the sensor is in contact with your skin.
• If the heart rate sensor is dirty, wipe the sensor and try again. Obstructions between the device’s band and your wrist, such as body hair, dirt, or other objects may prevent the light from reflecting evenly. Please make sure you remove such obstructions before use.
• When certain materials come into contact with the back of the Galaxy Watch Active2, your Galaxy Watch Active2 may recognize that you are wearing it on your wrist.
• If your Galaxy Watch Active2 does not register that a motion has occurred for more than 10 minutes, your Galaxy Watch Active2 may recognize that you are not wearing it on your wrist.
• When you wear the Galaxy Watch Active2 for a long time or do a high-intensity exercise while wearing it, skin irritation may occur due to friction and pressure. If you wearing your Galaxy Watch Active2 for a long time, remove the Galaxy Watch Active2 from your wrist and do not wear your Galaxy Watch Active2 for several hours.
• Skin irritation may occur due to an allergy, environment factors, other factors, or when your skin is exposed to soap or sweat for long periods. In this case, stop using your Galaxy Watch Active2 and wait 2 or 3 days for the symptoms to ease. If the symptoms persist or worsen, immediately call your doctor.
• Make sure your skin is dry before wearing your Galaxy Watch Active2. If you wear a wet Galaxy Watch Active2 for a long time, your skin may be affected.
• If you use your Galaxy Watch Active2 in the water, remove foreign materials from your skin and Galaxy Watch Active2 and dry them thoroughly to prevent the skin irritation.
• Do not use any accessories except the Galaxy Watch Active2 in the water.
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