Gadgets and technology are not only for recreational use. They also exist to make our lives easier.
So take advantage of these gadgets and contribute to the sustainable development of your health.
Easy and subtle, Spire detects when you’re under stress and provides feedback on breathing patterns. It coaches you through a series of meditation exercises to improve your state-of-mind.
If you want to tone your arm muscles, PUSH is the device for you. The band is strapped below your elbow, select an exercise and the device will give you feedback on the number of reps you’ve done with how fast and how powerful you completed each one.
This Kindle packs a solar panel in its polyurethane body. It allows you to charge its 1500 mAh reserve battery whenever you are under a light source. You can now read your Kindle with more freedom and less worry about a flat battery.
There is equally a built in 800 lux LED reading light for people who love to read at night and you get a notification when the reserve battery is getting low.
Not only do they provide quality sound, the ts02 is made of 8mm earbuds with PVC-free cables and wood housing that provides authentic sounds.
The earbuds are available in Silver Cherry or Black Chocolate Finish and the packaging is recyclable.
If you are tired of carrying around big power banks this is your final spot. It is small enough to go on your keychain and the lithium battery is powerful enough to charge an iPhone or any Android phone.
The solar charger also notifies you when it is time to charge it. There is a panel to capture the sun’s energy but it can equally be charged through conventional means.
This is a big USB attached button that will remind you to save electricity. A quick press puts your notebook into power-saving sleep mode.
You can now conserve energy by hitting the button when answering a phone call, taking a break, eating a snack etc.
Not only phones are smart these days, because this “smart” water bottle tracks daily intake, as well as makes recommendations based on your personalized activity.
Sunshine is a blessing, but too much exposure can put you at serious risk for skin cancer and eye damage.
This wearable bracelet compares your skin type with UV exposure and provides a recommended daily sun dose.
Skulpt Aim is a handheld device that uses electrical impulses to measure your body fat and muscle tone, from your pecs to your calves.
This e-pouch does not fully qualify as a gadget but it made the list nonetheless. Anokimobi is a British company that has been around for a while, developing products for smartphones.
Its ecoskin and e-pouch are widely known because they use Biomaster silver ions to create an antibacterial surface.
The e-pouch is made up of recycled plastic bottles as well as biodegradable organic cotton.
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