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Fitbit Launching Force Wristband in Coming Weeks

Posted in Exercise Gadgets,Fitbit by Darrin Olson on October 10th, 2013

Fitbit WristbandFitbit, makers of the fitness tracking Flex wristband, announced Thursday that it will be releasing the Fitbit Force this fall. The Force is an updated version of the Flex with some additional features, most notably an OLED display right on the device.

The added display is a big advancement in the device. Not only will this allow the user to see their distance progress and calories burned as you might expect, but it can also see the names of incoming callers. The Fitbit Force will pair with your iPhone via Bluetooth and is the first of the wrist-worn devices to take advantage of the new Apple iOS 7 notification center. This way users on a run can track the calls that come in without having to pull out their phone and gives Fitbit a jump on the competition from Nike’s Fuelband and …

iTorq Nano Wristband

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

If you are looking to wear your Apple Nano on your wrist then the new iTorq wristband might be just the thing. It’s a different take on the watch strap designs currently available. The iTorq is basically a brushed aluminum bracelet that you can attach your Nano to.

It’s a simple and clean design. According to the designers at 4iConcepts, attaching the Nano to the iTorq takes just a few seconds, and it can then be easily removed when you don’t want it.

Griffin iPod nano watch Slap wristband

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Your iPod nano watch options just got a bit more colorful, thanks to Griffin’s new Slap wristband. It appears to be the most protective and colorful option yet.

The Slap wristband is made entirely of a soft silicone and it’s available in eight different colors of the rainbow, completely ensconcing your iPod nano, while allowing you to control the volume and sleep / wake buttons through the case.

Truth wristband keeps you honest

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on April 12th, 2009

Truth wristband keeps you honestIf you have trouble telling the truth and everyone around you knows it, you may find yourself wearing this wristband one day soon. The Truth Wristband Kit costs $45 and is a wearable lie detector type device.

It measures your galvanic skin response, which is a marker used in lie detector tests to determine truthfulness. The lights turn from blue to red depending on the users truthfulness. It’s a pretty easy project should you have a worthy subject to test it on.