Halo Wearables, a wearable fitness startup, wants to bring hydration tracking into the mainstream with Halo Edge, the company’s first wearable.
Instead of monitoring heart-rate and step-count, Halo Wearables believes tracking hydration will prove more useful for athletes.
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“Hydration for us is another element which has significant possibilities beyond counting steps or looking at activity

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