Imagine a store filled with every heated product you can imagine: We found it at The Warming Store, one of the largest retailers of heated merchandise.
Last fall we published a post about a number of smart wearable products in development, including one called Wristify - a high-tech bracelet with a built-in thermostat. The bracelet uses thermoelectric material and sensors that have learned your personal preferences to determine when to give your wrist a pulse of heat (or a cool blast), providing temperature relief
A few months ago, we posted our hopes that the advent of the Internet of Things would result in wearable products that make life easier and more tolerable for Raynaud’s sufferers. Someone must have been listening, because since this post, we've come across several wearable devices - some in market, some still in development - that
In June of this year we published a blog post hypothesizing about how new products in the category of smart wearables might benefit Raynaud's sufferers. Voila, we found one! The product is Digitsoles, the first connected, interactive, heated insole that can be controlled via your smartphone. These smart insoles connect to an app on your
The Internet of Things is all the rage, and health and fitness applications are at the top of the list for many of the newer devices on the market: They keep track of your activity, monitor your heart rate, and more... So in a perfect world (one that was always warm and stress free!), what