And for the most part the same could be said of fitness trackers. Most go for a style best described as ‘inoffensively nondescript’ while others aim for ‘ruggedly practical’ and the prettiest among them just about achieve ‘subtly attractive’.
The Wellograph, though, is a different beast entirely. Its sporting ambitions are clear – it logs daily step counts and other activities by way of its 9-axis accelerometer and also monitors your pulse via an integrated optical heart-rate monitor – but its clothes are more city boy than gym bunny.
Of course it’s what’s, erm, underneath the clothes that really count. And on that front the Wellograph struggles.
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