Reviews

  • pebbletime

    Pebble Time review

    Pebble has been one of the few indie successes in the wearable game, which has quickly become dominated by...

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  • leaf

    Bellabeat Leaf review

    Making a wearable attractive and useful is the difficult task faced by many different developers around the world, but...

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  • thync1

    Thync mood changer review

    The old adage goes that emotions are the part of your sub-concious you can’t control and that while you...

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  • voyce

    Voyce dog health tracker

    Tracking the fitness of a human being is undoubtedly useful for individuals and for sports team coaches who want...

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  • charge

    Fitbit Charge HR review

    One of the problems with being a successful wearable developer, is that when you release a new product, it...

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  • activeedge2

    Active Edge performance wrist band

    Most wearable devices are about augmenting already existing smartphone functions like notifications and call taking, or tracking performance through...

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  • garminfenix3

    Garmin Fenix 3 review

    While Apple may have billed its new smartwatch as the top premium wearable available right now, not every company...

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  • breathingstone

    Biobeats Breathing Stone review

    Update: We’ve been contacted by Biobeats who informed us that the Breathing Stone does come with headphones. Picking a...

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  • timex

    Timex Move X20 review

    Even though 2014 was the year where the fitness tracker officially took off, that doesn’t mean some companies aren’t still releasing...

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  • void

    Void VR review

    There’s a lot of companies looking to get into the virtual reality market right now. With Oculus recently announcing...

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