1. Jawbone UP3
Curious about your overall well-being? Perhaps this multi-sensor activity tracker should do the trick. Capable of analysing a wide range of biometric signals from your body, this cool gadget is able to provide in-depth information about your heart health and fitness levels (for example, how much calories you’ve burned during a workout), as well as the quality of your sleep. An embedded Smart Coach feature even captures your information and dispenses personalised guidance to help improve aspects such as heart rate and diet.
2. LOTS LTB-2000 Up-beat
The last thing you’d want when working out is to get tangled with your earphones’ cables. But not anymore. With apt-X compatible features – a technology that enables wireless sound – you can now do without messy wires as you lift those dumbbells along to head-boppin’ tunes. This Bluetooth 4.0 gadget has a 10m operating distance from your music device, and its sports ear cushions prevent slippage even if you run. An incoming call? A three-button remote control allows ease of manoeuvring between calls, volume and music shuffle.
3. Zepp Tennis Swing Analyser
Djokovic and Nadal wannabes may have a liking for this – an app that analyses your tennis strokes and tells you whether you’re hitting it right. All you have to do is attach a mounting sleeve onto the end of your tennis racquet and then sync it with the Zepp app on your smartphone. The analyser can discern whether you’ve pulled off a lousy backhand or a powerful forehand (yes, even your potential ball speed) with spin measurement. The coolest part? There’s a 3D feature that provides a top-down, side-to-side rendering of your serve.