Tag Archives: Wristband

Venture Watch Achieves Perfect Fit With Ratchet Belt Watch Strap

When it comes to wrist watches, they are, well, just wrist watches. But not every view it so, some, for example, has frustration over the fitment of the watch on the wrist and if you are experience this frustration, you can either settle for a velcro-type strap, or you could go with the Venture Watch. What makes Venture Watch stands out from the horde of affordable timepieces by independent watchmakers is, it has ratchet belt watch strap that offers a zip tie style of securing with no less than 20 sizing options. That’s like more than double the sizing options a traditional strap has to offer. Moreover, Venture Watch’s ratchet strap has an increment of just 4 mm, as compared to the more sparsely spaced traditional strap which is 6 mm in between slots. Continue reading Venture Watch Achieves Perfect Fit With Ratchet Belt Watch Strap

Watch Band With Cameras May Give Us A Reason To Buy An Apple Watch

Most mainstream smartwatch is not as ‘high-tech’ as you have imagined. One thing for sure, they are not what sci-fi movies had shown us, particularly in the communication and imaging department. When mention high-tech wrist worn device of such nature, we expect something like Dick Tracy’s watch which allows you to make two-way communication and not just to talk to Google Assistant or Siri, and we also expect it to be able to take stills and videos, plus possibly, video calls. Obviously, you won’t find those in today’s smartwatches, but not hope is lost if you use an Apple Watch, because there’s CMRA, an Apple Watch band that comes with not one, but two built-in HD cameras: an 8MP outward-facing shooter for capturing whatever that fancy you and a 2MP self-facing camera for video calls and of course, the all-important selfie. Continue reading Watch Band With Cameras May Give Us A Reason To Buy An Apple Watch

Montblanc’s E-Strap Will Turn Your Montblanc Timepiece Into A Smartwatch, Well, Kind of.

With its collaboration with Samsung on the pen/stylus hybrid, Montblanc is kind of moving towards combining tech with luxury goods. Though so, the German maker of writing instruments, watches, jewelry and leather goods is not about to mar their mechanical timepieces with tech, well, so to speak. But how do you make a mechanical watch ‘smart’ to keep up with the advancing world? Easy. The answer from Montblanc is e-Strap. The concept is similar to the Kairos T-band we covered earlier this week and that’s to put smartwatch’s functionality on the wristband. The e-Strap will be an option for Montblanc’s upcoming Timewalker Urban Speed collection of watches, but the German luxury outfit said the smart wristband will be also available separately for the current and previous Timewalker watches that are 42 or 43mm wide. Continue reading Montblanc’s E-Strap Will Turn Your Montblanc Timepiece Into A Smartwatch, Well, Kind of.

This Smart Wristband Will Turn Any Watch Into A Smartwatch

Not everyone wears a watch, let alone a smartwatch and for everyone else who wears a timepiece, not everyone is willing to forgo their five-figures luxury watch for a geeky wearable. Well, we have good news for this bunch of folks. No wait. In fact, this good news goes out to everyone who refuses to let go of their favorite timepiece. A startup, Kairos, wants to turn your everyday wrist-worn into a smartwatch. Their product, known as Kairos T-Band, is a replacement wristband for your favored watch, which essentially moves the “smart” functionality of a smartwatch to the band. Originally designed for the firm’s mechanical timepieces, the Kairos T-Band could be fitted to different makes and models of wristwatches with the use of the appropriate adapters. Continue reading This Smart Wristband Will Turn Any Watch Into A Smartwatch

This Wristband Will Start Recording Your Shows When You Fall Asleep in Front of the TV

How many times have you fallen asleep while watching your favorite TV shows? It happens and it sucks to be waiting for reruns or buying DVDs for it, but that could be a thing of the past with the KipstR wristband. The mere mention of ‘wristband’ would probably conjure up the image of a fitness tracker, but this wristband is not that kind of wristband. It is a wristband made for serious couch potatoes. Developed in partnership with KipstR and TiVo, this 3D-printed wristband which uses a pulse-oximeter to sense if you’re awake or asleep. Continue reading This Wristband Will Start Recording Your Shows When You Fall Asleep in Front of the TV

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

iewei Wellness Wristband

your impression of a health tracker probably includes monitoring of heart rate, blood pressure and the likes. however, there is one device that is coming onto the market known as iewei Wellness Wristband that wants you to take notice of an often ignored health risk: electromagnetic radiation presents in EMF (electronic magnetic field). electromagnetic radiation has always been around us, but with the advancement in wireless transmission, this energy increased in strength, so to speak, exponentially and potentially killing us slowly and affecting our natural environment. while only a small percentage of the people in the world suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, an idiopathic environmental intolerance to EMF, the fact remains that we are all at risks. Continue reading iewei Wellness Wristband

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