5 Awesome Wearables That Aren’t Smartwatches
Move over smartwatch; there are new wearables in town. Here are five incredible devices that don’t involve wearing a band around your wrist.
Quell Wearable Pain Relief Technology
NeutroMetrix’ device is designed to alleviate pain without using drugs. According to Information Week, it contains an accelerometer which tracks the user’s activity level.
The Quell Relief device is worn below the knee. With a touch of a button, the device can block pain receptors, preventing the user from experiencing pain.
Quell also tracks your sleeping patterns which it sends via Bluetooth to a smartphone app. It is now available on their website and over the counter for $250.
Keep your toes warm and toasty even during the coldest of winters with a pair of Digitsole shoes. The Star says the temperature on these self-tying footwear can be adjusted using your phone’s app.
The Digitsole comes in a wide variety of designs including a futuristic pair of Air Jordans and heeled shoes. Coming sometime in Fall 2016, a pair of these sci-fi sneakers will set consumers back by $450.
Another medical wearable that is set to hit the market is the UV Patch. Designed by L’Oreal, Fortune says this skin sensor measures the amount of ultraviolet light your skin receives.
Measuring approximately a square inch on all sides, the patch will be available in stores under the brand La Roche-Posay. According to the source, the patch will be free to consumers.
The first wearable designed specifically for women, the OMBra is the brainchild of OMSignal. Forbes says this high-tech underwear tracks basics such as the heart rate, calories burned and distance travelled.
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