The Best Wearable Tech For 2015
Here is a our list of the best wearable tech available out there right now, updated for April 2015.
The latest offerings from Fitbit accurately tracks all-day stats like steps taken, distance travelled, calories burned, stairs climbed, and active minutes. The bright OLED display allows you to see daily stats and time of day and allows you to see call notifications right on your wrist. This smart fitness wearable will also monitor how well and how long you sleep and will even wake you with a silent vibrating alarm.
#2 – Jawbone Up24 – £81
The Up24 from Jawbone is all that we wanted the original Up to be. It now has Bluetooth syncing and as it tracks sleep quality as well as activity etc, as well as allowing you to track what you are eating too, this must-have fitness wearable is a real winner.
The Shine from Misfit makes things oh so simple. It is easy to set your own goals and to see your progress. There are no buttons, no cables and no charging. The battery will last up to 4 months at a time. It allows you to measure steps taken, distance travelled and it even estimates calories burned and your sleep (light, deep). This is very well built from aircraft-grade aluminium and it is even water resistant to up to 50 metres. This tiny all-metal disc can be worn for all occasions, overtly or covertly and as it will track diverse activities such as cycling, swimming, football and tennis, it really will suit all active persons
The Fitbug Orb will track your steps, distance walked, calories burned and even sleep. This is designed to help you quantity your activity and help you lose weight, get fitter and feel better. A great smartphone companion and you can choose between hot pink, black or white.
The Vivofit from Garmin is proving to be incredibly popular, mainly due to it being stylish, lightweight, comfortable, waterproof, coming with 1 year of battery life and for being a great, well thought out piece of fitness tech. It features a great easy-to-read display that shows steps taken, goal countdown and calories burned. This cracking piece of tech from Garmin learns your activity level, assigns a personalised daily goal and monitors your progress. It reminds you to move (the longer you’re inactive, the more red bars appear) and it even douhbles as a watch as it tells the time. It monitors the quality of your sleep too, to give you a more complete picture of things and being from Garmin it allows you to wirelessly sync your Vivofit with Garmin Connect, a free online fitness community. This allows you to see a complete picture of your progress on your mobile or computer and track activity between training sessions.
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