The Future for Wearable Devices
December 15, 2019
Wearables are becoming more and more popular. Based on the new tech coming down the pipeline, the industry has only just scratched the surface of what’s possible and how it can help improve health and quality of life.
Here are a couple of the newest innovations that are likely leading the future of wearables that your business should consider stocking for retail sale.
Bike Computer and Heart Rate Monitor
Made by Polar, a leading brand in medical wearables and other athletic tracking devices, the V650 model is a combination cycling computer with a built-in GPS monitor that integrates seamlessly with a heartrate monitor for better workouts within the target heart rate. The V650 has a 2.8-inch touch screen and comes with a mounting kit for easy monitoring from the handlebars, even at high speeds. With instant data sync and smartphone integration, it will only take one ride for users to wonder how they ever lived without it.
Made to help with meditation, this headband tracks brain activity and adjusts meditation music and sounds to help wearers stay focused or brings them back to the present if it notices that their thoughts start to stray. It connects to a free app that is compatible with all major smartphones and features a USB charging port, a Bluetooth wireless connection and 5 hours of battery life.
Jiobit Location Tracker for Kids
This clip-on tracking device gives kids the opportunity for independence without sacrificing parents’ peace of mind. Although it requires a subscription, the Jiobit can be set up to alert parents when kids arrive at predetermined locations, such as home or school.
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