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Fusar Mohawk Will Turn Any Helmet Into A Smart Helmet

Everything has gone ’smart’ and so has bicycle and motorcycle helmets, but are you comfortable in dropping say, a grand for a ‘smart’ motorcycle helmet? Likely not. This is where Fusar Mohawk Universal Smart Helmet System comes in. It lets you turn any helmet into a smart helmet, which means, not only you get to wear the helmet that you actually like (than to make your like one just because it is ‘smart’) and you still get to keep your arm and leg. Continue reading Fusar Mohawk Will Turn Any Helmet Into A Smart Helmet

IWC Schaffhausen Won’t Make Smartwatches But Will Put One on the Straps, Starting with Big Pilot

Can activity tracker, or smartwatch for that matter, ever be luxurious? Some connoisseur does not regard a product, say a smartwatch, priced opulently, as a luxury timepiece. Perhaps is the digital underlying that hinders it from transgressing into the socially acceptable ‘luxury’ realm? Despite so, there’s no stopping companies in trying to break the boundary, but the efforts so far only result in designer watches, not luxury timepiece. Mont Blanc is wary about the “repercussion” of trying make luxury smartwatch and while it tries to keep up with time, it is caution not too mar the beauty of mechanical timepieces and hence, it came with the idea of e-Strap. Now, luxury watch maker IWC Schaffhausen is also taking the same approach with IWC Connect. Continue reading IWC Schaffhausen Won’t Make Smartwatches But Will Put One on the Straps, Starting with Big Pilot

Swarovski Collaborates With Misfit To Create An Activity Tracker Powered By Solar

Ladies. If you are all dressed up for some big night or whatever, we are sure an activity tracker on your wrist would just sticks out like a sore thumb. Yea? Well, fret not. If Misfit Shine is your cuppa, Swarovski has just the remedy for the ‘too gadget’ look. Meet the Swarovski Shine Collection, which includes a pair of wearables and nine sparkling accessories, developed and designed by Swarovski and Misfit. the accessories are basically jewelry that allows you to integrate Shine into them to suit your mood and style. But what interest us are the new wearables, and in particular the violet Swarovski Shine, which is outfitted with a patented “energy crystal” technology that enables the device to be charged when expose to light source. Continue reading Swarovski Collaborates With Misfit To Create An Activity Tracker Powered By Solar

Garmin Forerunner 920XT Multisport GPS Watch Offers Detailed Tracking While Keeping You Connected

there are smartwatches that claims to do what fitness watches can, and then there are fitness watches like the Garmin Forerunner 920XT Multisport GPS Watch that aims to take back fitness tracking with detailed tracking and give you some basic smartwatch functionality too, so you don’t have to wear two wrist-worn gadgets (that will be stupid) and also won’t put your possibly frail smartwatch at risk while you doing rigorous exercises. it has large, high-resolution color display that makes viewing the stats easy, which you’re going to need because this multisport watch will churn out detailed metrics for your swimming, biking and running, and it can be paired to your smartphone to display notifications of incoming texts, emails, calls, reminders et cetera, you know, basically, it has your need for smartwatch functionality covered. Continue reading Garmin Forerunner 920XT Multisport GPS Watch Offers Detailed Tracking While Keeping You Connected

Misfit Introduces New Activity and Sleep Tracker That Does Not Require Charging, Cost Just $50

while one part of the market is brooding over fraudulent crowdfunding campaigns, Misfit is one of the many examples that uses crowdfunding platform as a springboard to successfully launch a startup business. their first product, an activity tracker called Shine, made a killing when it was on Indiegogo nearly two years ago and today, the Redwood City, California-based outfit has a new wearable, dubbed Flash, that’s designed to track your activity and sleep without fuss. like Shine, Flash took a simplistic, minimalist design approach where the entire front is a button. it lets you check on your progress toward your daily activity goal and the time of day at a push of a button. made out of a special soft-touch plastic, Flash promised versatility, ease of use, durability, and is waterproof to 30 meters (about 99 feet), best of all, it cost just $49.99 to own. Continue reading Misfit Introduces New Activity and Sleep Tracker That Does Not Require Charging, Cost Just $50

Lack Of The Discipline To Exercise? This Fitness Band Will Shock You Into Doing It

fitness tracker is supposed to track and guide you on your way to a more healthy lifestyle through exercising, which is an awesome concept, but tracking and more tracking is as far as it can do. it is after all, a passive coach, which if one lacks of the discipline to go about exercising, the fitness tracker will be as good as a white elephant or a decorative piece on your wrist. if that sounds familiar to you, then you might be needing a drill sergeant and the Pavlok Shocking Wristband is just that ‘loud-mouth’ disciplinary master that will fill the post. you may think ‘another fitness band, huh?’ well, as the product name implies, it is not just another fitness band because Pavlok pride itself as having, quite literally, the shock value that will make your butt move to do what you have set out to do. Continue reading Lack Of The Discipline To Exercise? This Fitness Band Will Shock You Into Doing It

You Won’t Believe This Sleek Analog Watch Is Also An Activity Tracker

up till now, slapping on an activity tracker on your wrist means sacrificing the ability to tell time right off your wrist, unless you want to be an oddball who has two wrist wearables. some trackers do offer piecemeal of information at a glance and some merely as a device that becomes part of your fashion statement (with tracking, of course). however, French tech product maker Withings begs to differ. it has just introduced a completely new take on activity tracker known as Withings Activité Activity Tracker. at a glance, Activité appears to be an elegant timepiece and a subtle ‘Swiss Made’ marking reinforced that it is so, but upon closer observation, you will find an unusually large sub-dial not seen on regular chronographs. this sub-dial is the visual cue of your progress over the course of a day. Continue reading You Won’t Believe This Sleek Analog Watch Is Also An Activity Tracker

Sony SmartBand SWR10 with Lifelog App

seriously, how many people are into logging everything they do each day? i, for one, am not a fan of such ‘journalist’ approach to my life, but for everyone else who does, there is the Sony SmartBand SWR10 with Lifelog App to help to do just that. the SmartBand is essentially an activity tracker and fitness band that, works in sync with the Lifelog app, lets you log you daily stats, monitor your sleep, log the places you been too and more. the band itself has no display, so it is not a smartwatch, and has Bluetooth and NFC built-in for communication with your Android smartphone. Continue reading Sony SmartBand SWR10 with Lifelog App

Samsung Gear Fit

most Galaxy smartphones are humongous and if you did ever bring it out along to your exercise routines, you probably stuff it in an armband and never want to retrieve it out for anything in the world. this is where the Samsung Gear Fit comes into play. it is like the Gear and Gear 2, which means it is kind of a smartwatch, but one that is geared towards fitness or active lifestyle. it has a sleek 1.84-inch curved Super AMOLED display boasting 432 by 128 pixels that displays notifications such as incoming calls, emails, text messages, alarm, S-planner and even third party apps when connected to a Galaxy smartphone via Bluetooth LE, but it could also work as a standalone device. Continue reading Samsung Gear Fit

The Dash Wireless Smart In-Ear Headphones

and we thought wireless in-ear headphones can never be realized, but here it is, the world’s first smart wireless headphones, The Dash Wireless Smart In-Ear Headphones, is ready to get in the hands of those who are willing to drop a few hundred bucks for a pair. not only did Munich-based Bragi, the maker of The Dash, made wireless in-ear audio buds a reality (in size of regular earbuds, of course), but it also managed to pack it to the brim with features like an embedded 4GB (good for up to 1,000 music files) music player and a fitness tracker that keeps tab on your movements like pace, steps, cadence and distance, measures your heart rate and more. the device will provide audible feedback even without being tethered to the smartphone. Continue reading The Dash Wireless Smart In-Ear Headphones