Today's wearable devices are no longer the clunky models of the past, becoming slimmer, more streamlined, and more attractive over the years. Ahead, find the eight new products we're most excited to wear this fall, from tiny life-saving safety devices for women to smart bracelets so sleek you wouldn't even know they were shooting off push notifications.More
Bless the minds behind Roar's Athena, who designed a small device for women's safety that has the potential to save lives. The teeny pendant can be clipped to clothing or worn as a necklace. Once the button is pressed for three seconds, the necklace sounds an 85-decibel alarm that sounds something like a freight train, while automatically sending an alert message to friends and family.
Roar Athena, $79; pre-order for Fall 2016.
Scaling up from its first sports wearable last year, Moov's latest perforated watch model is known as the Moov Now. The original served as a sports coach, equipped with sensors that kept stats on your speed and movement—great for runners, boxers, cyclists, and swimmers, especially. This time, new features include step and sleep tracking, plus daily activity monitors.
Moov Now, $60; store.moov.cc.