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.


Garmin Vivosmart

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle & Fitness applications.
The Garmin Vivosmart smart band keeps users connected while keeping them fit. An OLED display lets users view smart notifications from...

bPay Wristband

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Barclaycard bPay wristband is one of three devices launched by Barclays Bank which uses contactless card technology to make paying...

Jawbone UP2

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The Jawbone UP2 is the smaller, sleeker successor of the UP24 fitness tracker. Features include activity and sleep tracking, as well as...

Sol Republic Tracks Air

Worn on the Head and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Tracks Air Wireless Headphones are the product of a combined effort between Motorola and Sol Republic. APT-X and Bluetooth technology...

TomTom Golfer

Worn on the Wrist and used for Fitness & Lifestyle applications.
The TomTom Golfer lets users navigate courses with ease. With preloaded course data from over 34,000 international courses, hazard and...

Tinitell Wristphone

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The Tinitell wrist phone helps keep parents connected with their children. Through a built-in SIM card parents can call their children, and...

Huawei TalkBand B1

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle & Fitness applications.
The Huawei TalkBand B1 is versatile device designed for a connected, active lifestyle. Part activity tracker, and part Bluetooth...

LG Watch Urbane

Worn on the Wrist and used for Lifestyle applications.
The LG Watch Urbane combines Android smartwatch features with a classic aesthetic. An Android Wear operating system allows for 'OK Google'...