Wearable Devices Used for Lifestyle Applications

The following is a list of devices that have been geared towards lifestyle purposes.

Lifestyle is defined as devices used on a daily basis and designed to provide continuous benefits to the user.


Humon Hex

Worn on the Legs and used for Lifestyle & Fitness applications.
The Humon Hex is a device worn on the thigh of an individual that measures oxygen levels within the muscle. The device provides real-time...

iHeart Internal Age

Worn on the Fingers and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The iHeart Internal Age is a device that measures aortic pulse wave velocity, resting heart rate and blood oxygen levels. The device is...

Moto 360 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle & Fitness applications.
The Moto 360 2 receives messages, news, weather, and more. You can choose from modern designs made specifically for men or women and the...

VECTOR LUNA

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Vector Luna smartwatch consists of a stainless steel linear brushed case, high polished top ring and stitched black fine grain natural...

Pebble 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
Pebble 2 is a long-lasting, water-resistant sports watch that’s thinner, lighter, and stronger than the original Pebble. It’s a...

Microsoft Band 2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
This fitness tracker allows users to receive email, text, calendar, and call alerts on the go. The continuous heart rate monitor tracks...

Compass

Worn on the Chest, Head & Torso and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Compass is able to shoot 1080p HD video, 5/8/12MP photos, time-lapse photos and video to capture images/videos whenever the user needs....

Wisewear Duchess

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
A wearable device designed for women's health, the Wisewear acts as a notification center for your phone as well as a distress messaging...