The two device design allows better tracking. The bracelet captures the movement of your upper body, while the shoe clip does the same for your lower body.
Made by French jewelry designer Camille Toupet, the June bracelet is feminine and flattering, and also the first to measure the Sun's impact on your skin.
Relying on Valencell's biometrics tech, the Iriver ON can monitor real-time data such heart rate, distance, speed, cadence, VO2 max and calories burned.
The new UP24 wristband is described as the only lifestyle tracker that pushes tailored, actionable information to you "at just the right moment."
Get key information about your workout as well as some nudge when you need it on your wrist.
Importing workout data from UP is easy, and it will populate entire day's worth of steps as a single "Walk" workout.
When you track 10,000+ daily steps with your UP band, it will count as a workout toward your weekly Pact.
Heapsylon's washable smart socks could be used to track everything from activity type and calories burned to altitude gains and overpronation.
With the orange UP band, Jawbone wants to help kids develop lifelong, healthy habits in an effort to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity.
What makes Instabeat unique is its ability to read swimmer's heart rate via a patent-pending optical sensor from the temporal artery on the side of the head.