Exciting Devices: Top 10 Smart Wearables to Lookout for in 2021

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Smart wearables include smart clothing and smart accessories like jewellery and watches.

Wearables have been long heralded as the future of smart technology. People are showing more interest in wearing products that are helpful in some ways. Smart wearables include clothing and accessories like jewellery and watches. These smart products act as a part of everyday life, still manage to do something more than being normal attires. The smartwatch market is getting huge every passing day with brands all over the globe introducing new devices every now and then. It is not just the tech companies that are showing interest in smartwatches; even luxury brands are leveraging tech induced products for their premium customers. Smart clothes are traditional clothing items that are enhanced with modern technology. According to a study, smart clothing has grown into a market that’s set to reach US$5.3 billion by 2024. A Gartner report predicts that total spending on wearables will go from US$32.5 billion in 2018 to US$63 billion in 2021. The biggest jump will occur in smartwatches. Henceforth, Industry Wired brings you a list of smart wearables that will come out or become trending in 2021.

 

Top smart wearables to look out for in 2021

 

Xiaomi Mi Watch Color Sports Edition

The Mi Watch Color Sports Edition is expected to be launched globally in 2021 after it went live in China in November 2020. The smartwatch has a packed sensor that keeps track of heart rate, GPS, blood oxygen, etc. It uses a custom OS, which was based on Wear OS.

 

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini will arrive in 2021 as a more affordable version of the Amazfit GTS 2 that was launched in the second half of 2020. The Mini has dropped down in the case, screen size and battery numbers compared to other GTS 2 watches. It is embedded with features like a PPG sensor to cover heart rate monitoring and offer blood oxygen data monitoring too.

 

Alpina X Alive smartwatch

Alpina X Alive brings an impressive array of sports features to the Swiss watch format. The smartwatch packs in GPS and there is a Philips heart rate sensor underneath too. That is also backed up by a host of advanced sport features, including sleep tracking, breathing reminders, and fitness coaching.

 

Snapchat’s Spectacles 2

Snapchat’s second generation of smart glasses boasts an improved image quality for videos and photos, dual microphones for better sound recording, faster transfer times. The smart came as a breakthrough trend in 2020 and is expected to grow its dominance in 2021.

 

Nadi X Yoga pants

Nadi X Yoga pants are high-end tech clothing that senses when the yoga pose needs refining. Using haptic feedback, the smart pants create small vibration on the body parts that users need to adjust. The Nadi X iOS app offers instructions on how to optimise each pose.

 

Sensoria Fitness Socks

Sensoria Fitness Socks use advanced textile sensors built into each sock, plus a connected anklet device to deliver precise data on how the user’s foot lands while walking and running. The connected app provides tips to improve walking and running technique.

 

Bellabeat Leaf Urban

Even though when smartwatches are being the frontrunners when it comes to smart wearables, accessories are also slowing moving forward. Smart accessories are often fashionable and serve their purpose. One such accessory cum device is Bellabeat Leaf Urban. The multi-purpose device which can be used as pendant, bracelet, and clip tracks the user’s activity and monitors their sleep.

 

Michael Kors Access Bracelet

The American brand Michael Kors has incorporated technology with fashion wear and made the access bracelet. The bracelet has its unique ‘link’ feature that enables users to take selfies, run presentations and play music remotely.

 

Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon

The luxury brand Louis Vuitton is also participating in the race to win customers over smartwatches. Tambour Horizon offers all the usual apps, as well as access to exclusive content via the LA Pass app such as digital versions of Louis Vuitton’s city guides and insider access to news about the brand and its products.

 

Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch

Unlike many smartwatches, Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch comes with a very clean look which attracts consumers. The Swiss watch’s main features include activity and sleep tracking. It can work both autonomously and with iOS and Android apps.