First look at Peloton heart rate monitor band with Peloton digital app

Peloton heart rate

Following an earlier report confirming that Peloton will soon release its own heart rate armband, we’ve uncovered further details about how the band pairing works, all hidden within the Peloton digital app.

As CTW covered earlier today, Bloomberg revealed new details about a Peloton heart rate monitor found buried in the code of the digital iPhone and iPad app.

This all but confirms the next big accessory from the connected fitness giant, coming after months of speculation following Peloton’s recent acquisitions of two wearable device companies in Atlas and Latitude 32.

We now have even more evidence of an imminent Peloton heart rate armband and how it works within the digital app.

More app images of Peloton heart rate armband

After doing some further digging, we were able to capture additional images of the Peloton app, revealing the band details and how it will soon connect for members. Take a look below:

Initial steps in connecting and setting up the upcoming Peloton band

As you can see from the images above, the “Peloton Heart Rate Band” can connect through a button on the app. You can then set up your personal information like your birthday before moving on to “zones.”

Below, we can confirm that the heart rate device will in fact be an armband that fits around your forearm.

Next, you can see further details about pairing the new heart rate band, including mention of a touch display that lights up blue for pair mode and rainbow when connected.

Unfortunately, we do not have actual images of the heart rare device yet, as Peloton has yet to confirm its existence. However, with the initial report earlier today and these images dug up by the CTW team, it will just be a matter of time.

In the past, Peloton has released products at the end of summer, so be on the lookout for more details from Peloton regarding its new heart rate armband in the coming months.

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