Day 2 of CES was fantastic! We spent the majority of our time in the Sands Expo Center, where wearables, fitness tech, and all things family, wellness, and health. We saw A LOT of new stuff that we’re super excited about, but we wanted to update you on a few of the products and businesses we checked out today.
With the absence of big names taking the spotlight at CES (apparently Fitbit was taking private meetings only — oops), we had the chance to check out some up and comers in the wearables category. There were seemingly endless fitness trackers, heart rate monitors, and other gadgets and gizmos to wear on your wrist or body. Smart clothing was huge as well, with all sorts of products claiming to help with recovery, swimming, and more. We have a lot of information from numerous companies to go through later, but here’s a quick overview of some interesting wearables we encountered.
Gear S3 Golf Edition
The Golfzon Gear S3 Golf Edition includes everything we know and love about the Gear S3, but with the addition of tons of features for golfers. The devices we demoed have data (including terrain and distance) for over 60,000 courses. Keep score on the watch, learn about your swing, and see the history of your stats.
Spire Health Tags
Spire, best known for their stress management stone, showcased their smart clothing offering, the Health Tag. With the ability to connect directly to any item of clothing, the Health Tag will provide comprehensive data about your fitness levels, sleep, stress, HR, and more. It doesn’t need to charge and it is washer and dryer safe.
The Sands Expo was packed to the brim with technology for fitness, health, and family. We visited a number of manufacturers and learned about some amazing new tech out there. Here are just a few of the most memorable.
Terraillon is a French company that produces what they call a “smart health ecosystem.” I chatted with one of their team members and got a peek at the fantastic technology they are using to enhance wellness across the globe. Some of their older devices include scales and food scales, but it was the Homni smart sleep solution that took center stage in their booth. The Homni is designed for overall better sleep, focusing on both your habits as well as your bedroom environment. We have a ton of information to go through from them, so we’ll definitely be updating you on Terraillon.
Bear Grylls & Lyte
UK based tech company Lyte has partnered with Bear Grylls for a line of outdoor technology products, including a waterproof phone pouch and a solar battery charger, as well as other durable products for your next outdoor adventure.
There’s much more to talk about, so we’ll be doing just that in the next few days. Stay tuned for more in-depth coverage of CES and the latest and greatest in wearables and fitness technology.