During recent years, an unprecedented upsurge of demand for health monitoring and wellbeing accessories has been witnessed. It has become standard routine to look after ourselves, pay more attention to our bodily integrity and health, and fitness has become a part of our everyday lives.
Most fitness-related products are separate accessories worn at different parts of the body and communicating with and transmitting data to the phone via different means. However, style and practicalities often take precedence over fitness and wellbeing. Although the majority of wellbeing appliances are undoubtedly useful, wearing them all the time and finding the proper attire they would well fit in with is quite a challenge – practical aspects of life do not always permit wearing them. At the end of the day, such appliances are just yet another gadget that people tend to leave at home, even at the risk of not using them regularly, or at all, any more.