Tech.Co’s Holiday Guide to Health and Wellness Gadgets and Gifts

November 29, 2016

11:20 am

Winter makes it hard to stay health. Along with the holidays comes cookies, sugary lattes, stress, cookies, and perhaps a wee bit too much alcohol. Did we mention the cookies?

As the holidays come to a close, your new year resolutions will be firming up, and many of you will be looking to focus on your health and wellness. This doesn’t necessarily mean losing weight or getting six pack abs. It can be anything from standing up more often at work, cutting certain things out of your diet, or even taking more of those vacation days you have stowed away.

In 2016, we’ve seen more and more wearables hitting the market, which is what our holiday guide primarily focuses on this year. From the new Apple Watch 2 to the rise of smart fabric with integrated sensors, there are a lot of ways to track your health.

The Best Health and Wellness Gifts of 2016

Over the past year, our team has gone through and tested some of the hottest wearables, GPS watches, and other gadgets that contribute to better health and wellness. These are some of the best we’ve found this year:

Where to Get Them

Apple Watch 2 – $370+ (Tech.Co approved)

Xiaomi Mi Band 2 – $30 (Tech.Co approved)

QCY Wireless Sport Earbuds – $14 (Tech.Co approved)

Foobot – $191 (Tech.Co approved)

Lumo Run – $100 (Tech.Co approved)

Motorola Talkabout T600 H20 – $100 (Tech.Co approved)

Cubii – $347 (Tech.Co approved)

HYPERICE Venom – $250

Under Armor Buds – $200

Perfect Blend Smart Scale – $100

UpDesk Ultra – $900+

Tespo – $100

Sensoria’s Smart Running System – $380

Lifestraw Go – $45

Stay tuned for the rest of our holiday guide throughout November. We’ll be covering: Computers, tablets, smartphones. You can find our first part of the guide on general tech and gaming, 4K TVs, earphones, and entertainment systems, drones and tech toys, techie stocking stuffers, and the best gift box subscriptions.

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Elliot is an award winning journalist deeply ingrained in the startup world and is often digging into emerging technology and data. When not writing, he's likely either running or training for a triathlon. You can contact him by email at elliot(@) or follow him on Twitter @thejournalizer.

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