Top wearable devices available today

Wearable devices continue to evolve as new, more exciting, stylish, and discreet devices hit the marketplace. Activity trackers are all the rage so far in 2015, but several other wearable electronics are emerging as top choices to improve your health and encourage day-to-day activity. Here are five of the top wearable devices available today.

FitBit Surge™ & Charge™
FitBit owns the majority share of the wearable activity tracker market, and the company’s latest products, Surge and Charge, feature top-of-the-line functionality and stylish design. The Surge is equipped with a GPS tracker, caller ID, music controls, and FitBit’s usual health-tracking elements, all on an always-on digital watch face. The Charge is a slim tracker with PurePulse™ heart rate monitoring, and it keeps track of distance walked/run, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes, and sleep patterns. FitBit devices are great for athletes and health-minded individuals.

 SMS Audio BioSport Earbuds
The SMS Audio BioSport Earbuds are resistant to sweat and water, and they are designed to withstand the toughest workouts. Embedded with a biometric sensor to collect fitness data, including heart rate, you can connect these headphones to all major fitness apps to track every workout.

Pebble Watch
The Pebble Watch has given the Apple Watch a run for its money. Featuring a real watch face and digital display, users can read messages, view missed calls, and check email directly on the screen. Additionally, the slim and stylish design doesn’t disrupt everyday activity. Water resistant up to 50 meters, users can run, walk, bike, and swim without skipping a beat, all while tracking vital fitness information and leading a healthy lifestyle.

Don’t like wearing a fitness tracker on your wrist? Put it in your shoe with Digitsole. This unique wearable acts as a cushioned shoe insert, fitting inside any type of athletic, outdoor, or everyday shoe to track steps, calories burned, and more.

Although healthy living is the main focus of the wearable devices above, Quell delivers health relief. Clinically proven to help manage chronic pain and designed for those with painful diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia, sciatica, and osteoarthritis, users wear Quell just below the knee. Then the device is activated to send pain-relieving sensations throughout the leg to help you get back to enjoying everyday activities.

Learn more about how Brewer Science helps companies create innovative, wearable electronics by contacting us online or by phone at 1-573-364-0300.

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