The best wearable technology for travelers

Modern technology can make almost every part of travel easier and more fun than it was a decade ago. If there’s a need travelers have, there’s likely an innovator looking for ways to use modern technology to fulfill it. The results are often wow-worthy. From smart headbands to advanced fitness trackers, you’ll find something special for your tech-savvy Valentine’s here.

Fitbit Luxe is a convenient, stylish fitness tracker that helps your loved one take care of important aspects of their health 24/7. It tracks steps, sleep, and your heart rate. It also has tools for measuring breathing rate and stress management. The Fitbit Luxe looks as elegant as a bracelet, and the stainless steel bracelet comes in colors like orchid and moon white. It can also be worn for up to five days without charging the battery, making it a convenient choice for travel. Shopping now: Fitbit, $99.95 on sale at time of publication

If your Valentine loves international travel, they’ll find Waverly Labs’ Ambassador Interpreter extremely helpful. It can translate nearly two dozen languages ​​and 42 dialects instantly. The device can help travelers communicate directly with locals without worrying about the language barrier. It is worn over the ear and has a carrying pouch that makes it easy to take with you when you travel. Shopping now: Waverly Labs, $149

This small air purifier can be easily carried or carried when traveling with its convenient wrist strap. It only weighs about as much as a water bottle. It can be used in hotel rooms or stored in the car for road trips. Because it’s quiet, it can be used on a plane or train on the low setting without disturbing other passengers. Shopping now: Amazon, $199.99

Here’s a great gift for the person who loves adventures in the great outdoors. Lifekey’s innovative smart bracelet does not rely on Bluetooth technology or a charged battery to function. It’s a quiet, comfortable fabric wristband designed to protect the wearer by keeping them connected and not distracted during outdoor adventures. When they’re ready to check in with friends or family, they simply tap the wristband with their smartphone. It provides quick access to personal information if there ever is an emergency and it can even work in remote locations. It comes in colors like a soft heather or a rich red. Shopping now: Key of Life, $29

UE Fits is a practical, high-tech earphone set that makes a great gift for travelers. It’s designed to be so comfortable you won’t realize you’re wearing it. That’s partly because it has custom-fit earbuds. Plus, they’re designed to be worn even during intense physical activity, making them ideal when rushing through busy airports or going on hikes. Shopping now: Ultimate Ears, $169 at time of publication

This beautifully designed health tracker is specially designed for women. It’s pretty enough to be mistaken for a bracelet and can be worn like a watch. It is designed to support the wearer’s anatomical, mental and physiological health. It helps one easily track lifestyle habits, sleep, menstrual cycle and other health data. It coordinates with an app that provides a visual dashboard to help interpret and use the data collected. Shopping now: Bellabeat, $249

The Frames Tenor sunglasses from Bose have a bold, stylish look with their polarized lenses and modern design. The Bluetooth sunglasses help the wearer listen to music discreetly without having to wear anything on or in their ears and can be worn for up to 5.5 hours on a single charge. Shopping now: Bose, $249

If your Valentine loves meditation, this headband can help them enjoy the practice no matter where their travels take them. It coordinates with a free app and tracks brainwave data. The biosensor headband also helps the wearer find the coherence of their breath. It was created to motivate one to maintain a regular meditation habit of at least eight minutes a day. Shopping now: Flowtime, $198, Amazon

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