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fitness

healbe-gobe
Gear Phones/Tablets

Healbe GoBe

Most calorie trackers require you to enter the foods you’ve eaten throughout the day including the amount of each food that you have consumed. The Healbe GoBe is looking to eliminate this entire process by becoming the first wearable…

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Gear

Whistle Dog Collar

The Whistle Dog Collar is the latest in wearable technology, only it’s not meant for you. Whistle act much like a Fitbit, but for your dog monitoring exercise, playtime, and rest. The activity monitor sends your dog’s every movement…

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Gear

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung has thrown its hat into an already congested ring of fitness wearables. However, the Samsung Gear Fit is aiming to be the first dual threat on the market that will not only focus on fitness but productivity as…

garmin-vivofit
Gear

Garmin vívofit

There is no doubt that fitness bands have exploded this year into a giant segment, and you can’t walk 20 feet without another company trying to count your steps. Next up: Garmin. The vívofit monitors steps, calories, activities, and…

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Grub HomeTech

Kitchen Safe

Kitchen Safe helps fight cravings or extinguish bad habits; store food or even gadgets, and lock the lid for up to 10 days.…

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Sport

SKLZ Training Parachute

SKLZ 54” Training Parachute provides 15-30 lbs. of progressive resistance depending on speed; quick release belt buckle allows for acceleration bursts.…

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Sport

Supertide

Supertide by Nixon was designed for avid surfers; keeps rhythm of the tide allowing you to ride more waves; pre-programmed with tide charts and sunrise data for over 230 beaches.…

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Phones/Tablets

Armour 39

Under Armour’s Armour 39 wraps around your chest to record calories burned, steps made, intensity, speed, and heart rate; available later this year.…