Top 10 wearables that make the perfect Christmas gift.

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Nearly a decade ago, nobody had thought that a palm-sized wearable would be tracking fitness habits, making payments, and assisting with your health. The market of wearable devices will reach $62.82 billion by 2025 with a CAGR growth rate of 11.3%. Christmas is just around the corner so let us show you the top 10 wearables that can make a great gift this Christmas.

1 – Smart Ring

The smart ring is perfect if your one for losing your keys, phone, wallet, or bank card. Smart rings are the perfect gift for those always in a rush when leaving the house. Enabled with an NFC chip to make payments, store information, and even track your health and fitness habits.

  2 – Smart Belt

Where tech meets fashion, the smart belt. Embedded with sensors to detect fall risk, changes to your weight, step counter, calorie counter, and sitting habits. Perfect as a lowkey fitness accessory that compliments your fanciest suit!

3 – Gaming Armbands

For the gamers in the family, enhance your gaming experience with gaming armbands. This technology senses your movements and makes you part of the game which provides you with a much more immersive experience.

4 – Smart Shoes

Smart shoes, one of the latest trends. Embedded with IoT sensors, smart shoes make tracking your health and fitness habits fun and simple. The sensors keep track of blood pressure and adjust the shoe accordingly to provide the best and most comfortable experience for the user.

5 – Fitness Tracker

With the hustle and bustle of daily life, people want a simple way of keeping track of their fitness habits without breaking the bank. Fitness trackers, like smartwatches and smart rings, can help monitor your step count, calories burned, and your sleep.

6 – Smart Clothing

Widely used in the military, smart clothing is used to track body temperature, heart rate, and even blood pressure. Smart clothing can even be used to make payments using the sleeve cuff!

7 – Smart Glasses

Smart glasses, a highly advanced wearable that still is seen as a thing of the future. However, smart glasses are starting to become more well-known and used today. They provide useful information about the user’s view or an object that is being looked at for example, if you looked at the view of London, they would give you information about what you are looking at. These glasses can also be used for promotions in-store for price or quality comparisons against other products or stores. They can also be used for navigation, like your sat nav, and hands-free instructions for cooking or DIY.

8 – GPS Tracking Band

Perfect for the little ones in the family. Keep an eye on them without having to stand by their side 24/7. Worn on the wrist, parents will get a safety alert if their child is in trouble and is great for our four-legged friends too! These trackers can be attached to your pet’s collar or harness in case they go missing.

9 – Smart Gloves

Smart gloves can be used for a range of different purposes. They can convert sign language into speech for those hard of hearing or non-verbal. This device has not yet become the norm but one to look out for in the future of wearable technology.

10 – Smart Jewellery

Apart from the smartwatch and fitness tracker, small jewellery can also monitor user activity. These can be worn a number of ways, such as bracelets, necklaces, and rings. Smart jewelry can be used to detect stress levels and health and fitness habits as well as being used to make payments while keeping in fashion with the accessories you love.

These 10 examples are not limited to the possibilities of wearable tech out there, this technology will be the future of health, payments, provenance and more. These items can be found at multiple online retailers and outlets.

Source – Conurets