YO Sperm Tester

Trips to the fertility doctor are rarely pleasant. The YO Sperm Test lets you see how your swimmers are doing from the comfort of your own home. Using an app and a phone-eating "clip" with a mini-microscope built-in, it's able to analyze your samples in just a few minutes, giving you a view of your actual moving sperm and some funny banter before displaying the results. It was developed by a commercial-grade producer of semen analyzers, has been found to be 97 percent accurate, and since it attaches to the same device you'll likely be using for "viewing material" anyway, it's far and away the most convenient way to check up on your reproductive health.

  • LVL Wearable Hydration Monitor

    We all know proper hydration is a key component of good health. Yet none of our activity trackers let us keep track of it. Until now. The LVL Wearable Hydration Monitor uses red light technology that measures 10 times deeper into your body than the green lights commonly found in fitness trackers, letting it both measure hydration levels and grab hyper-accurate heart rate readings. It also tracks your activity, sleep, and mood, and thanks to a case created by frog design, it looks far better than you'd expect from a piece of medical-grade equipment.

  • Fitbit Charge 2

    Fitbit's original Charge quickly became it's most popular product. So the Fitbit Charge 2 has a lot to live up to. It does so by adding improvements like estimated VO2 Max readouts that leverage the continuous hear rate tracking, built-in guided breathing sessions to help you relax, sport-specific modes to track workouts like runs, weights, biking, and yoga, and an interval workout mode. It also links to your phone to add GPS data to your workouts, has a larger tap-sensitive display, and easily interchangeable bands to let you change the look as often as your clothes.

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