Spire Health Tag

Nov 22, 2017

Category: Tech

If you are one of the roughly 38 million Americans who have at some point bought a fitness tracker, you’ve likely noticed some of their flaws. They’re easy to forget, they can often die suddenly, and at times you just don’t want to wear them to a more formal event. Spire is a fitness tracker that manages to avoid all of those downsides.

This simple tag is designed to be attached to the inside seam of any of your clothes; underwear, pajamas, you name it. Once attached, it will silently provide insights on your sleeping, exercise, heart rate, and even breathing. And thanks to an 18 month battery and waterproof build- they’ll never die or get broken. This means that you can get all of the insights you’d get from your run-of-the-mill fitness tracker without even having to think about it. Right now Spire is available in single packs, 3-packs, 8-packs, and 15-packs.

Purchase: $50+

More From Tech

Featured Image

Garmin’s Tactix Delta Is A Rugged Mil-Spec Smartwatch Fit For A Navy SEAL Operation

With a Jumpmaster mode, Stealth Mode, and night-vision-goggle readability.

Posted By

Jan 22, 2020

Featured Image

This AR-Enabled Smart Contact Lens Boasts Live GPS & HUD-Style Data

All the functionality of Google Glass squeezed into a discreet contact lens.

Posted By

Jan 21, 2020

Featured Image

Leica Updates Its M10 Monochrom With A Powerful 40MP Black & White Sensor

The third generation of the German camera maker's black & white body.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Roland Modernizes The Age-Old Piano With The Digital GPX-F1 Facet Concept

A digital concert grand piano concept that's straight out of the future.

Posted By

Jan 17, 2020

Featured Image

B&O Taps Danish Architects For The Sleek & Unique ‘Contrast Collection’

A collaborative eight-item collection marked by gorgeous finishes & materials.

Posted By

Jan 17, 2020

Featured Image

Sony’s Wireless Shooting Grip Is A Versatile Gimbal-Tripod For Photogs

Access movie recording, zoom, angle adjustment, and camera flip at the touch of a button.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2020