Reviews

  • tagg

    Tagg Plus pet tracker review

    Keeping an eye on your own fitness and location is one thing, but keeping an eye on your pet...

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  • reader

    Run n Read review

    Exercising is rarely fun, especially when you’re doing it for a long time on a static machine. Take running...

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  • sqord2

    Sqord Booster review

    Wearables are handy no matter who you are. They cross gender, sex, geographical and age gaps without issue, which...

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  • lark

    Lark training “wearable” app review

    Wearable makers are always trying to get you to buy a piece of hardware, or pay for this and...

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  • bioharness

    BioHarness 3 review

    Most wearable fitness and activity trackers strap to your wrist, or attach to your clothes like a small brooch....

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  • sproutling

    Sproutling review

    One of the old tropes of new parents, is that they spend every waking minute checking on their newborn...

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  • tjacket

    T.Jacket review

    Ever felt like you just need a hug but no one is around? If you answered yes, your average...

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  • remee

    Remee lucid dreaming mask review

    If you could control your dreams, what would you do? That’s the question that creators of the Remee lucid...

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  • iotera

    Iotera Iota review

    Keeping track of your possessions, or pets can often be a difficult task. Whether you just mislayed them or...

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  • bebionic

    Be Bionic hand review

    One of the more interesting aspects of wearables, is that they cover a wide variety of different technologies. There’s...

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