Luxe Wearables: A Must-Have Roundup
Bellabeat Ivy in Blush rose gold, bellabeat.com. PHOTO COURTESY OF BELLABEAT
When we need to focus, feel less stressed, take better care of ourselves both physically and mentally, there is sometimes only so much that we can personally do to take charge and to keep track of our progress. That’s why we can now rely on technology to take away some of those responsibilities and keep track of our health—thus, bringing more positivity into our lives. Over the last decade, the tech industry has seen an exponential boom in various devices that are made to improve our daily lives. Here are some luxe tech wearables that will reawaken your personal discovery.
Designed and engineered for women, Bellabeat (bellabeat.com) has the Ivy health tracker. Its stylish bracelet-inspired design makes this wearable blend into your outfit. Customers choose the type of stone they want for their tracker and then pick a band style. Along with their purchase of the Ivy, customers receive six months of personalized coaching. The Ivy analyzes menstrual cycle data, lifestyle habits and sleep and includes recovery insights.
Influencer and actress Olivia Culpo sports the Bellabeat Ivy in Garden jet black. PHOTO COURTESY OF BELLABEAT
If you want to sleep better, have less stress and improve your focus, then Cove (feelcove.com) is for you. Researched by Brown University and Harvard Medical School, Cove has held clinical trials where over 3,500 participants reported 41% less stress, 50% better sleep and 39% improvement in focus and memory. Cove works for you while you go about your day. Put it on for 20 minutes, twice daily, while you relax or work, and enjoy the vibrations of the band that help you feel calm and balanced. After two weeks, it claims a better sleep experience and less stress, ultimately improving you and your mental health. You can keep track of your progress in the Cove app by setting reminders and understanding your body’s response to the wearable.
Cove. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Don’t let Oura Ring’s (ouraring.com) sleek, discreet design fool you. The wearable is engineered to show how much you can learn about your own body. Oura tracks your heart rate, sleep and more. Within the app, there are guided sessions to allow you to immerse yourself further into learning about your body and personal data.
Oura Ring PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND
Women of Wearables
Women of Wearables (womenofwearables.com) is an organization that supports over 20,000 members worldwide within wearable tech, the Internet of Things (IoT), health tech and more. Its mission includes providing educational opportunities about the tech industry, creating jobs, providing support within its community and enabling its members to have accessibility to mentors, investors and other networking opportunities.
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