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Larklife Smart Wristband System Now Available in Apple Retail Stores

Lark today announced that its new Larklife wristband is available for immediate purchase both online and at Apple Retail stores.

Like the newly updated Jawbone Up, the Nike+ Fuelband, and the Fitbit, the Larklife is a smart wristband that is designed to track personal fitness, nutrition, productivity, and sleep.
Larklife goes beyond tracking your information; it is focused on helping you build better habits through small changes that help you feel your best each day. Using continuous machine learning, it analyzes your activity, identifies your unique patterns, and delivers real-time coaching through the iOS app. Designed with world-renowned scientists and coaches, like Dr. Shiv, Stanford neuroscientist and Fortune 500 CEO coach, lark’s app provides personalized simple suggestions from the wristband and app.
Larklife stands out from similar offerings because it comes equipped with two different wristbands. There’s a sweat-proof wristband for daytime use and a soft fabric wristband for use at night. The two bands share a single interchangeable core that collects activity, sleep, and diet information.



With Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, Larklife automatically syncs collected information to the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 with the free Larklife iPhone app in real time.

Larklife is now available at brick and mortar Apple Stores. It can also be preordered online from the Lark website for $149.99.

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Posted: 22 months ago
Forgive me for being skeptical, but I kind of think that if you need an iPhone app and a gadget to tell you whether you're active enough, then, well... you're not active enough!
Rating: 3 Votes
Posted: 22 months ago

Forgive me for being skeptical, but I kind of think that if you need an iPhone app and a gadget to tell you whether you're active enough, then, well... you're not active enough!


But it comes with a softer, night time version that tells me if I am active enough in bed. Who doesn't want a trinket to show the person trying to go sleep next to you that you need to get some exercise? :D
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 22 months ago
Was getting tired of forgetting my fitbit and just ordered a Fuelband, if this wasn't so ugly I would send the fuelband back...

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Forgive me for being skeptical, but I kind of think that if you need an iPhone app and a gadget to tell you whether you're active enough, then, well... you're not active enough!


I like stats, like when I changed jobs in March, I started getting about 4000 - 5000 less steps a day.
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