Wearables

Wearables

Fitbit Ionic Watch

The Fitbit Ionic Watch is a fully customizable smart watch that features a lot of the things that you’d expect in a wearable technology. It is packaged with 2 differently sized bands for optimum and comfortable fit. The Ionic comes fully embedded with personalized workouts that help you achieve your fitness goals while also allowing you to enjoy hundreds of songs straight from the watch itself. Additionally, you…

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Polar Seal Smart Heated Zip Top

Wearable tech is the future, now way around it. Incorporating heated panels and water resistant, lightweight, breathable materials the Polar Seal is going to be a leader in wearable technology. Before using, the Polar Seal requires a power bank to work. Anything from 5000mah to 10,000mah, we recommend that you find a slim power bank as this has to slide into the left pocket of the top. Using…

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Bodytrak Biometric Smart Sensor

Bodytrak is a unique, non-invasive, tiny device that fits comfortably in your ear. It measures your heart rate, body temperature, motion and VO2, these are then sent to you, the user, via smart phone or even smart watch. Having the device positioned in your ear, which is very close to your brain, the device is able to detect changes in body physiology which is a huge advantage for…

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Google Glass Enterprise Edition

After a while of silence, Google is back with the Google Glass Enterprise Edition. Google’s answer to incorporating the Glass technology into large business. Designed to improve certain industries jobs faster, smarter and safer and trialed with companies such as DHL, Volkswagen and Samsung. Controlled by voice integration by using the voice prompt ‘OK Glass’ the Glass Enterprise Editions can allow workers to stay hands-on with their work without the distraction of having…

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OURA Ring

The Oura Ring is the latest in sleep analytic technology. According to Oura, the finger is the most convenient place to measure your sleep and body signals day and night. To use, you simply place this stylish yet clever ring on your finger, and proceed with your usual sleeping routine. Overnight, the ring analyzes your heart rate, sleep motion and temperature using optics and then the app recommends…

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Fitbit Alta HR Activity Tracker

A few of Fitbit’s fitness monitors trackers already come with heart rate sensors packed inside. The Fitbit Alta HR is another to add to the list, and the brand’s thinnest — and indisputably best looking — that monitors heart rate to date. The OLED display-equipped device’s shrunken PurePulse heart rate sensor tracks your pulse all day long while barely affecting battery, lasting for a solid seven days per charge. Like the non-HR Alta it of course…

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Vue Smart Glasses

They unsuspectingly look like a nice, normal pair of glasses. And that’s the point. Vue Smart Glasses are far more discreet than other head-worn wearables like Google Glass and they do without the camera of Snap Spectacles. Still, they pack quite a few features including bone conduction speakers and a mic to quietly listen to music and make calls (or hear navigation directions and notifications), an accelerometer for activity tracking, a subtle…

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Fitbit Alta

It won’t track your heart rate, keep tabs on floors climbed, or let you control your smartphone from your wrist. But the Fitbit Alta will do nigh everything else a real fitness tracker should do, and this from one svelte and slim wrist-bound package. Tap the Alta and its OLED display lights up to give you the time, instant access to your daily progress, and a glance at notifications from your smartphone, including SMS,…