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As technology and fashion become intertwined into our modern society, wearable tech has become an increasingly popular product in retail. Innovation in this space has been impressive too, with smart watches, smart glasses and a whole host of other wearable tech coming to the fore.

Technology, on the whole, is booming. Wearable tech is just another type of technology which is thriving today, alongside numerous other examples. Our mobile phones are another form of tech which is flourishing in today’s modern world, with gaming on a smartphone proving particularly popular of late, be it with creations like Better Wilds or Book of Dead available online at casino.com/in, or console-quality titles like PUBG Mobile.

That’s a tiny section within the whole industry too, but sophistication in our mobile phone’s of today highlights just how far technology has come overall. Now, FitBits, smart jewellery and implantables are the norm also.

With wearable tech rising to prominence in 2020, we thought we’d highlight some of the best products worth investing in this year.

Ear & Ear Neckband Wearable Wireless Speaker

Everyone is aware of the type of smartwatches and smartphones we’ve covered before, but a device like the Ear & Ear Neckband Wearable Wireless Speaker is original. A unique product in the marketplace, this piece of wearable tech by Ear & Ear is essentially a wireless which will sit comfortably on your neck due to the rubber oil painted onto its ergonomic design. The speaker has 3D stereo sound quality, it looks slick, and it is also hands and ears free. Thanks to its 5.0 Bluetooth technology, you’ll be able to enjoy a library of tracks for a whole eight hours too. Pretty cool, right?

Bose Frames Alto Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses

These audio sunglasses from Bose have well and truly hogged the limelight in recent weeks, with experts predicting that they’ll be a hugely popular product in 2020. Not only do they look good, but the sunglasses are able to connect with your smart devices and play any songs of your choosing, all while you keep an eye on what’s going on around you. They also come with an integrated microphone; you can answer calls from your phone, and even have a chat with Siri or Google voice assistant. The Bose Frames Alto Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses are also Bose AR-enabled, which is a new platform coming soon that will take Bose products to a whole new level.

Lumafit Interactive Coach

Lumafit Interactive Coach is essentially like having your very own personal trainer as you monitor and track your fitness progress. A real-time sensor, the device is subtle and super lightweight, making it ideal to wear, or slip into your pocket as you workout. You’ll then receive feedback and any tips, alongside the satisfaction of being able to accurately keep track of your exercise goals.

Elvie Double Electric Breast Pump

Having a noisy and uncomfortable breast pump can be a real annoyance, which is why products like the Elvie Double Electric Breast Pump are perfect. Not only is the pump silent, but the Elvie Double Pump is wearable thanks to it being slimline and able to fit perfectly into your bra. You can also connect the pump to an app to monitor important things such as milk volume and pumping history.

Elvie Pelvic Floor Trainer

An award-winning trainer, the Elvie Pelvic Floor Trainer, is shaped like a tampon and therefore discreet and easy to use. The product connects wirelessly to an app where you can then access various workouts, training sessions, and personalised programmes to help keep your pelvic muscles in check.

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