The 19 Coolest Wearable Gadgets In 2019

Added by Nicola Porrill on Dec 10, 2018
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Apple watch

The hotly anticipated Apple watch has only just been released, and so far it’s proving pretty popular. So popular, in fact, that it’s predicted that a quarter of this year’s wearable gadget market will be taken up with this Apple smartwatch.

Apple watch

That said, this is more like a super-watch than just a mere smartwatch. Yes, it can act as a health and fitness tracker, but it can also do so much more. If you ever need to unlock a hotel room door, find your parked car, or pretty much anything else you can think of, then look no further than the Apple watch!

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Whistle

Wearable technology doesn’t have to be limited to just the human members of your household – with Whistle, the canine members of your family can get in on the wearable technology trend, too!

Whistle

Branded as ‘a window into your dog’s day’, the Whistle is a device which can be strapped to their collar which tracks their movement, location and fitness levels. It seems as though this is the first step towards bringing our pets into the health conscious 21st Century as well!

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HTC Gluuv

Technology giants HTC have brought out a rather space age style glove called the HTC Gluuv. It’s designed to synchronize with the HTC One M8 smartphone, which sits on the sleeve of the glove.

HTC Gluuv

We’re not sure whether this type of wearable technology will catch on in the long term (unless you don’t mind looking like a robot, that is), but for the time being it offers some pretty cool spec. A very impressive camera is just one appealing feature, while the ability to link to social media is another. All you have to do is give a thumbs up to give something a like on Facebook!

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Quell

The medical field is one of the most intriguing and fascinating areas into which wearable technology is expanding. None more so than the Quell, which is a powerful, effective pain reliever that is entirely drug-free.

Quell relief

It is a small, unassuming strap which wraps around the painful limb in question. It stimulates nerves, and in doing so the brain is tricked into releasing chemicals that relieve pain. This remarkable piece of wearable technology could change the lives of millions of chronic pain sufferers around the world forever!

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