Bellabeat’s Unobtrusive Technology Wellness Trackers Launch in the UK

Bellabeat, the wellness brand dedicated to creating innovative and beautiful technology for women, launched in the UK today.

Finally, wellness brand Bellabeat has launched in the UK. Announced today, the smart jewellery range, available at John Lewis and Selfridges, will be shortly introducing its signature wellness tracker products, Leaf Urban and Leaf Nature, to women ready to embark on a personal lifestyle wellbeing journey.

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Founded in 2014, Bellabeat creates beautiful, innovative products that help women easily track their overall health and wellness throughout different stages in life. The Leaf Urban, priced £129.99 and available in rose gold and silver, is the follow-up device from Bellabeat’s original Leaf priced £109.99 and available in rose gold and silver, of which 400k devices were distributed.

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The Leaf Nature bracelet | Photo credit: Bellabeat

Designed with personalisation and style in mind, the Bellabeat Leaf health trackers can be worn as a clip, bracelet or necklace, and come in silver or rose gold. Women can access their personal data through the AI-based Bellabeat app to track their progress against goals, and receive meaningful insights about their activity, sleep, stress or even their menstrual cycle. There are also a whole host of top tips about how to lead a healthier life.

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We are looking forward to trying out the Leaf Urban. It has been designed with a new patented feature to help predict and manage stress. The Leaf Urban health tracker has the kind of technology that plays a positive role in the lifestyle habits of the busy woman. Bragging characteristics designed by women for women, the wellness tracker’s features include stress-predicting and tracking technology, mindfulness-tracking technology, water-resistant material (Leaf Urban) and technically advanced composite materials.

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The Leaf Urban bracelet | Photo credit: Bellabeat

Wanting to inspire women to make healthy changes to their lives and support them through their wellbeing journey Urska Srsen, co-founder and CCO of Bellabeat shared; “At Bellabeat we understand how difficult it can be to put yourself first in such a hectic and fast-paced society. We want to give women the ability to better their well-being, self-confidence and take a break from the stresses of life without adding to or disturbing daily routines. Our products offer an easy to use and stylish solution for users that want to make a difference to their lives. We’re about the mind as much as the body, and the overall health and wellness of consumers and our health trackers are just the first steps on this journey with a range of complimentary wellness products being launched in the UK shortly.”

“We’re about the mind as much as the body, and the overall health and wellness of consumers.”

Working with the Bellabeat app, the female-friendly wearables are the first of its kind, using technology specifically tailored to women, offering an intuitive wellness solution that encourages them to live a healthier and more mindful lifestyle, without disturbing daily routines. Inspired by the beauty and power of nature, Bellabeat strives to incorporate this into all of their products, creating stylish, yet subtle, wellness devices.

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The Leaf Urban bracelet | Photo credit: Bellabeat

So whether you prefer the Symmetrical clip or the Sustainable bracelet, both the Leaf Urban and Leaf Nature are now available to purchase instore and online from John Lewis and Selfridges, as well as amazon.co.uk. OutdoorGB and ASOS.

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