DOWNLOAD THE APP

To pair your watch with your phone and start enjoying your watch’s connected features, please download the BAUSELE APP on the Apple Store (IOS) or Google Play (Android).

Important Notice / Android Users

Please note that when first using the app on Android, location services need to be activated at all times and enabled within the app to ensure compatibility with your smartwatch.

CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT

For first time users, press "Create Account".

Enter all informations, agree to the terms of service and "Create Account".

Then enter the email and password you just created and press "Log in".

Setting your Cloud account enables you to securely store your data and restore them on any of your devices, on your new smartphone for example. This way you never loose any of your data. The data are securely saved in our proprietary cloud in Switzerland. Our strict privacy policy ensures that your data will be kept safe.

CONNECT YOUR WATCH

Make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on your smartphone and that no other Bausele smartwatch are connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Launch the Bausele App.

Place your smartphone close to your watch.

Press the watch’s crown button.

Press the start pairing button on the Bausele App.

When the watch has been found, press the watch’s crown button.

CREATE YOUR PROFILE

Once the watch has been paired with the Bausele App, you need to create a profile with your information:

– Your gender

– Your height

– Your weight

– Your birthday

Then you need to set your Activity goals (in steps per day) and Sleep goals (in hours per night).

How to set the time?

Important notice: Please do not pull on your watch's crown. Time is set as instructed below.

Your watch is a connected watch – therefore you do not have to set it manually via the crown like a standard mechanical watch.

Your smartphone will keep your watch on time, regardless of timezone or daylight saving time.

Once you have paired your watch to the app, the watch will use your phone’s time as a reference.

SET THE TIME

Important notice: Please do not pull on your watch's crown. Time is set as instructed below.

Your watch is a connected watch – therefore you do not have to set it manually via the crown like a standard mechanical watch.

Your smartphone will keep your watch on time, regardless of timezone or daylight saving time.

Once you have paired your watch to the app, the watch will use your phone’s time as a reference.

WORLDTIMER

You can set a second Time Zone by pressing the main menu icon at the bottom right of any page and select Worldtimer menu.

Then press the top right menu (the small watch icon) and select the function "Second Time Zone" under pusher 1.

All you have to do now is to press pusher 1 (at 2 o'clock) to know what time it is on that second time zone. No more 4am phone calls because you didn't know what time it was on the other side of the world

ALIGN THE HANDS

Follow this step only if the time displaying on your watch is different from the time on your phone.

Follow the instructions on top of the"align hands" page.

Select each individual hands (Minute / Hour / Seconds) and then use the 2 arrows at the bottom of the page to move the hands into the 12 o'clock position.

SELECT YOUR FUNCTION

You have a selection of 3 options to choose from for pusher 1 at 2 o'clock and 2 options to choose from for pusher 2 at 3 o'clock. Only one function per pusher will be displayed at a time.

Pusher 1:

- Second Time Zone (see step 6 above - Worldtimer)

- Date

- Stopwatch

Pusher 2:

- Activity

- Sleep

For more information on how to read the information, see at the bottom of this page.

SET ACTIVITY GOAL

If you’d like to change your Activity or Sleep Goals, select the Menu icon at the bottom right of the screen. From the menu, select Activity Goal. Rotate your finger around the display to adjust the activity goal. When finished, select the “sleep” button at the top, then adjust your sleep goal in the same manner.

GET ACTIVE ALERTS

Your watch can optionally be configured to alert you with a vibration when you’ve been inactive for too long. If you feel a vibration, you’ve been sitting too long, so get up and take a short walk.

You can select the duration of inactivity and from what hours you’d like to be reminded by touching the Menu icon at the bottom right corner of your screen and choosing get active alert.

AVAILABLE INFORMATION IN ACTIVITY PAGE

The Activity screen shows you all you need to know about your activity on a single screen.

The graph on the upper half of the screen displays your progress hour by hour. Touch and drag your finger across the graph to view how many steps you had at a particular time of the day.

The star icon indicates when your activity goal was achieved.

The table on the lower half of the screen displays all your statistics for the current day, including the number of steps, the distance you covered, the calories you burnt and your active time.

The calories are divided in 2 categories:

The calories you burn from taking steps (walking, jogging or running) are shown under step calories. Even when you are sedentary or sleeping, your body burns calories; they are known as basal metabolic rate (BMR) calories and are shown under rest calories.

SLEEP GOALS

If you’d like to change your Sleep or Activity Goals, select the Menu icon at the bottom right of the screen. From the menu, select Sleep Goal. Rotate your finger around the display to adjust the activity goal. When finished, select the “sleep” button at the top, then adjust your Activity goal in the same manner. 

SLEEP DATA

The Sleep screen shows all the data related to your sleep on a single screen.

The table on the upper half of the screen shows a summary of your sleep, including total deep sleep, total light sleep, total awake time. 

Touch the pencil icon to edit the bedtime and rise time of your sleep recording, or to delete your sleep recording.

The graph on the lower half of the screen displays periods of deep sleep, light sleep and awake time. Touch and drag your finger across the graph to view start and end times of each sleep segment. It even shows you how much time you took to fall asleep.

The alarm clock icon indicates a Smart Sleep alarm.

LIGHT VS DEEP SLEEP

There is a direct correlation between micro-motions of the body during sleep and sleep cycles.

This technology is the result of years of development based on the bio-mechanics of natural human motion and the mechanics of machine motion. Using the medical gold standard of Polysomnography, the sensor-fusion engine analyzes millions of anonymous nights of sleep, validates and continually improves the accuracy and reliability of the Bausele application.