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  • Sleep tracking: "How you slept last night has an incredible impact on how you respond to the world the next day, but there are subtleties about your sleep activity that are easy to miss. The ŌURA Ring provides unmatched analysis that opens your eyes to how you sleep, towards awareness and improvement of this vital part of your well-being."
  • Move Forward: track fitness. activity intensity, recovery index, resting heart rate
  • Body Temperature
  • prices range from $299 to $499


Winner of the 2016 CES Innovation Award for Fitness, Sport and Biotech, OURA is a ring-sized wellness computer and app that measures and analyses the body, and communicates its suggestions to live a more balanced, healthier life. .

The ring includes several trackers inside its tiny form: a sleep monitor, a step counter, a heart rate monitor, and a pulse oximeter. (It's the only wearable on the market to include all four.) When worn continuously, the ring monitors how well you’re sleeping during the four phases of sleep, and how active you are during the day.

“It’s a basically a computer on your finger that interprets sleep and other rhythms of your body through built-in nanosensors,” says Lahtela.

.They cost $279.00.

Winner of the 2016 CES Innovation Award for Fitness, Sport and Biotech, the OURA, a ring-sized wellness computer and app, is displayed in a showcase at The CES Unveiled press event, January 4, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada ahead of the CES 2016 Consumer Electronics Show. CES, the annual consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow in Las Vegas boasts some 2.2 million net square feet (204,386 square meters) of exhibition space. AFP PHOTO / DAVID MCNEW / AFP / DAVID MCNEW (Photo credit should read DAVID MCNEW/AFP/Getty Images)