These CES 2016 wearable devices were innovative and exciting for both fashion designers and tech geeks alike. From jewelry and clothing to tech-focused bags, the products had many functions and various styles, catering to different demographics' needs and interests.
Many of the products were catered to women, with the elegant Mira Vivid Wellness bracelet, the chic Misfit Ray health tracker and Wisewear's safety alarm disguised as a gold bangle. It was clear that tech designers were more concerned with creating stylish and functional products that women would be proud to wear.
Catering to a wider audience, Haier's customizable age-specific smartwatches were revealed -- one line targeted to elementary school children and the other to the elderly. For children, the watches have a built-in microphone allowing parents to communicate with them at any time, while for seniors an SOS button is placed conveniently on the side.
From Safety Alarm Bracelets to Female-Targeted Tech Bags
The 'SOS Connected Watch' Premiered at CES 2016
Rugged Connected Watches
The Gaming Brand Introduces the Razer Nabu Watch at CES 2016
Discreet Analog Smartwatches
The 'Kindred vip' Line Just Debuted at CES 2016
Performance-Monitoring Apparel (UPDATE)
Sensoria's Smart Running System is Unveiling at CES 2016
Feminine Connected Jewelry
The Misfit Ray Health Tracker is Unveiled in Time for CES 2016
Phone-Charging Bag Collections
Knomo's Drop & Go Collection Feature Bags with Smartphone Chargers
Playful Smart Jewelry
The Mira Vivid Wellness Bracelet was Released at CES 2016
Safety Alarm Bracelets
Wisewear is a Personal Security Device That Resembles a Gold Bangle
Watertight Smartwatch Cases
This Catalyst Apple Watch Case from CES 2016 Enhances Protection
Connected Smart Shoes
The Digitsole Smartshoe at CES 2016 is Designed for Men and Women Alike