The company also introduced the brand-new OMRON Connect app that allows users to quickly monitor or email their readings to family or healthcare providers.
Called VIVY, the device is designed to relief pain, ease muscle tension, improve joint mobility, and speed healing from chronic pain or joint injuries.
The kit includes a device that works with a companion app to provide women with personalized content and information throughout the pregnancy.
The spoon counteracts hand tremors from Parkinson's Disease and other conditions by keeping the utensil steady, while the cup will keep users properly hydrated.
The chipmaker will embed its Curie chips in snowboards and BMX bikes; teams-up with Oakley over a performance-tracking "smart eyewear" called Radar Pace.
Throughout the day, the device will pick up the number of steps, distance covered, calories burned as well as the duration of a running/swimming session.
Called OMbra, the smart piece of clothing is comfortable to wear, and can track women's heart rate, breathing rate, and calories burned, among other metrics.
Like the Surge, the new model runs Fitbit's proprietary software designed to keep users fit, while keeping up with their (in)activity, sleep and heart rate.
These products will include activity trackers and smart watches with Fossil and Misfit brands, and all 100 styles will be available by Holiday 2016.
For the time being, Fossil won't kill the Misfit brand as it has unveiled its two new fancy-looking wearable devices at CES in Las Vegas.