Technology changes constantly, and new innovations make tech items more mobile and portable than ever before. In the past few years, wearable technology has experienced big changes that make life easier and keep users more connected than ever before. Read on to find the top four wearable tech items that will change the way you live.


Motorcycle riders everywhere, get excited. The Skully Helmet is an amazing piece of technology that not only improves safety, but also includes all kinds of extra features like GPS and Caller ID. All features are projected on the face shield of the helmet, much like a fighter pilot display. A 180-degree camera is displayed on the bottom of the shield, along with GPS directions, a speedometer, and notifications for incoming calls that you can answer through the speakers in the helmet. If you’re on a long trip, the helmet has a nine-hour battery life and is designed to keep you as safe as possible.


Smart watches seem like they’re everywhere nowadays, but the LG Urbane smart watch takes this technology to a whole new level with a stylish interface than can change with the swipe of a finger. Get GPS directions to any location, and the directions will display on the screen. The watch also provides you with a range of different phone notifications, so you can keep connected without having to pull out your phone constantly. You can also use the smart watch to send voice-activated texts, and you never have to worry about the weather since the Urbane smart watch is dust proof and waterproof to one meter.


Crafted with a smart design that features either precious or semi precious stones, the line of accessories from Ringly keeps you connected with the world around you without sacrificing style. When it’s connected to your smartphone, the Ringly device alerts you to new notifications, including schedule reminders, emails, text messages, phone calls, and more. The device works when it’s 20 to 30 feet from your phone, and it has customizable colors and vibration patterns so you’ll know what kind of notification you’re receiving without having to dig for your phone to find out.


The ideal solution for those who don’t want to carry around a bulky wallet with a million cards or risk misplacing a single credit card, bPay is a wristband that stores your payment information through a NFC chip. Simply wave the band over the sensor at the register, and you’re on your way. This hands-free payment method is excellent for on-the-go spenders, or for events where you don’t want to worry about digging through your wallet. The wristbands’ security features protect users from information or identity theft. It isn’t possible to get the cards’ information from the band itself, and you can add an associated PIN for increased security.

These four wearable tech devices keep users connected and while keeping hands as free as possible for easier living and convenience. Perfect for a range of lifestyles, there’s a wearable tech piece out there for everyone.