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Cool Fitness Gadgets For Health Junkies

Finis Neptune

In almost every sport, music can be a rather powerful motivation to run or cycle that extra mile but never to swim that extra lap, until now. Like Sportiiiis, the Finis Neptune is secured onto the user’s eyewear, in this case, swimming goggles. This device uses bone conduction audio to relay music to the user’s ears, without the need for ear buds.


Misfit Shine

It’s a bracelet, a pendant, and can also fit in your pocket crossfit. The Misfit Shine is anactivity tracker that lets you track your movements and activities to help you achieve goals set on your iOS device. Due to its design you can strap it on an arm and dive in for a lap with no worries – it is waterproof!



Into cycling? Checking on your stats while you cycle is not only a hassle but may also be dangeruos. Track your heart rate safely and accurately piscinas with Sportiiiis. The simple Head-Up Display (HUD) has 6 LED to indicate your heart rate.Cyclists can mount it on their sunglasses and receive their stats via voice prompts which relay your speed, heart rate, cadence and power.



This device plugs into older iOS devices using the 30-pin connector to track and trend your blood oxygenation levels, pulse coberturas rate and Perfusion Index, particularly if you are a sportsperson. The product is not intended for medical use and is more for sports and aviation tracking.



Casio’s S Series “Cool White” collection sports watches are designed for the active, 21st century woman. The Rogue GMAS-110C design made its debut on the Nicholas K SS16 runway in 2015, but as with all the watches in the G-Shock family, this time piece is about performance more than fashion.

This water-resistant / shock-resistant / magnetic-resistant G-Shock GMAS-110C has a durable white resin band and case, with silver, black and blue accents. A dual digital/analog display with LED Afterglow offers easy reading in any conditions. Program settings cover 29 different time zones, with up to five daily alarms, a 1/1000 second stopwatch, and three measuring modes (elapsed time, lap time, and split time).


  • Size of Case: 49.0 x 45.9 x 15.8mm
  • Total Weight: 56g
  • Shock / 200M Water / Magnetic Resistant
  • Auto LED Light w/ Afterglow
  • World Time / 29 Time Zones
  • 5 Daily Alarms
  • 1/1000 Second Stopwatch
  • Countdown Timer
  • Measuring Modes: Elapsed Time, Lap Time, Split Time
  • Color: White band/case with Blue dial

Nike Is Killing the FuelBand

Nike Is Killing the FuelBand


Nike has fired the majority of the team responsible for its FuelBand fitness tracker according to a report from CNET today, which also claims that the company is jettisoning wearable hardware for good. An anonymous source says that roughly 55 employees were let go from Nike’s Digital Sport hardware team, which covers industrial design and engineering for wearables.

It sounds as even though rumblings of the news surfaced in the region of speaking Secret at least a week ago, but CNET cites emails from Nike spokesman Brian Strong, who commented that the company will “make changes within the team, and there will be a little number of layoffs.” A swap, anonymous source says that as regards 80 percent of the wearables team has been scuff and the unshakable staff have been redistributed to tallying divisions.



As Gizmodo’s own Leslie Horn described in a evaluation in November, Nike has struggled once its wearablesboth the FuelBand in its first iteration and the second generation SE, which left much to be desired. As competition along along plus fitness trackers upset up this year, Nike has struggled to save taking place behind its peers. And bearing in mind Google and Apple closing in in description to the related turf, it seems as though Nike is taking the safer road by bowing out of hardware now.
But save in mind that just because Nike isn’t making hardware a further doesn’t object they’in the by now insinuation to certainly out of the game. The company will reportedly continue developing software for wearable devices. Which could want that ifin goal of fact, goneApple introduces its smartwatch subsequently this year, Nike could be a partner in crime, as one analyst told CNET’s Nick Statt:

Apple is in the hardware business. Nike is in the sneaker business. I don’t think Apple sees Nike as competitive. It’s likely that an Apple hardware offering would be supportive of the Nike software.

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