You have longed for an all-in-one device to solve the annoyances of while riding. A comfy gadget that sounds great, lets you talk on the go, and enables you to still be aware of your surroundings… You’ll be glad to hear we have found the solution!

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Combining the versatility of a casual shoe with the freedom of a sports shoe, it can be the only pair of shoes you take with you while traveling. Read on for our complete review of the Tropic Ultimate Travel Shoe.

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With a mission to “harness the power of temperature to improve personal comfort,” Embr Wave has created its very own body thermostat. The cutting-edge wearable is co-founded by three MIT scientists, is backed by Bose Ventures and Intel Capital, and has already raised close to $500,000 on its Kickstarter campaign.

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With more than 400 million people around the world living with diabetes, according to The World Health Organization, it’s time that a leading global wearables brand incorporates glucose monitoring into their smartwatch technology. Fitbit found the perfect partner in crime to make this all happen. Dexcom’s CGM (continuous glucose monitoring system) is a revolutionary sensor that measures glucose levels subcutaneously (just beneath the skin) and wirelessly transmits data to Fitbit’s iOS/Android compatible smart app.

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Capable of live streaming through Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube, FrontRow captures your day-to-day with a front 8 MP camera and a rear 5 MP camera. About the size of a large pendant (slightly bigger than a necklace or chain), Ubiquiti Labs’ FrontRow measures 59.8 mm (2.4 in) tall and 70.3 mm (2.8 in) wide. The 1.94-ounce FrontRow pendant comes with a 1.96-inch display that strategically sits above the rear camera unit – hidden from onlookers but gives the user easy access to FrontRow’s user-friendly interface.

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With already close to $2 million raised from its Kickstarter campaign, POLAR SEAL has created a revolutionary smart shirt that heats up with a press of a button. Designed for outdoor enthusiasts and athletes alike, the super lightweight PolarSeal top gives both women and men up to eight hours of continuous heat throughout the day.

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After five years in development, Israeli-based start-up MUV Interactive created Bird for one reason: to make our lives easier. If you’ve accepted the connected lifestyle and want to sync all of your devices under one roof, Bird is a no-brainer purchase. Designed to “turn any space/technology into an interactive experience,” MUV’s revolutionary wearable detects user’s movements, location, orientation, force, and proximity to your connected technology.

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Targeting the sophisticated traveler who needs internet access, world-renown fashion retailer Louis Vuitton has unveiled its first smartwatch – joining Tag Heuer in the quest to corner the luxury wearables market. Encased in sapphire glass and powered by Android Wear 2.0, the Tambour Horizon by Louis Vuitton is the perfect combination of both high-end fashion and the latest in smartwatch technology.

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When patents are pending for really cool products, there’s a mixed feeling of both excitement and trepidation. We’re hoping for only excitement around this innovative wearable. Introducing NakeFit – a pair of hypoallergenic adhesive pads that stick to the bottom of your feet – making them impervious to hot surfaces all while offering heightened grip across rough pavement.

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