Is life too much for you? It can be tough juggling family and work commitments with getting enough exercise and eating well but who would have expected the solution to be something you put on your wrist?
It works 24 hours a day and the only way of cheating it would be to slip off the wristband while you scoff a giant burger or then grab a quick kip.
How Many Steps in a Day?
It measures how many steps you take in a day, the movement the band senses, how long it takes you to get to sleep and how long you sleep for. You only need to take it off occasionally for recharging purposes. . The general idea is that over time your lifestyle statistics build up enough detail to let you see what you are doing well and what you could improve on.
The information is then uploaded to the website of the company (Lark) and you are given advice on how to improve your life and fitness.
The wristbands come in a range of snazzy colours, look about as unobtrusive as something like this could really do and sync with an app on your iPhone or other iOS device using Bluetooth. It costs just under a hundred pounds to control your life in this way, which has got to be cheaper than having a personal trainer and dietician follow you around all day. The date for UK availability isn’t yet known but in the US the Larklife Activity Band is already up for pr-order requests.