These Fashionable Smart Belts Help You Lead a Healthy Life by Tracking Your Health Data

Smart belts

With the increasing popularity of smart clothes, smart belts are now making their way into wearable technology. In addition to enhancing your smart clothes, these belts help you to lose belly fat, track your activity and help you enjoy simple moments throughout the day.


Made by Samsung, WELT is the wellness Belt that makes wearables fashionable. WELT tracks key health data and provides tips and warnings for your health.

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The device is made by a team within Samsung’s Creative Lab, which is an in-house incubator that lets company employees play with ambitious ideas and turn them into full-fledged startups.

WELT can track the three main general health indicators: waist size, activity and food intake. For activity, WELT’s pedometer tracks steps taken while the belt also tracks sitting time. As the first belt wearable for everyday use, WELT is the first health tracker that can integrate all four of these functions.

Waist size is a key starting point for gauging overall health. WELT’s magnetic waist sensor is embedded in the buckle and tracks your waist size in real time. Monitor your progress over time as WELT can sense waist sizes from 28 to 44 inches in circumference.


LumiDiet is a smart wearable diet belt.

The newly developed Lumidiet is a wearable health care device that uses lights to help users with decreasing fat from fat cells. Lumidiet is a device with very sophisticated and trendy design, which does not need any surgical treatment to lost fat.

Smart belts

In addition, with a motor-powered vibration added to the device, not only it enables faster elimination of fat cells solved by light penetration, but also gives users higher level of satisfaction through a more vivid performance and fit. The device can lead to a better outcome when combined with other exercises such as cardio.

SMART belt

SMART (Seizure Monitoring and Response Transducer) is a smart belt that is dedicated to help people living with epilepsy. Developed by a group of graduating seniors from Rice University, the SMART belt is built to allow greater autonomy and independence for people who have epilepsy.

Two silver chloride electrodes are integrated into SMART to detect changes in skin conductance. By noticing changes in respiration rate and increased build-up of sweat on the skin, the belt can wirelessly send a message to a parent or guardian to take action.

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Created by French startup Emiota, Belty smart belt automatically loosens in times of overeating, so you won’t have to stop eating. Equipped with sensors, an accelerator and gyroscope, Belty is able to adjust itself based on its wearer’s exercise and food intake.

The wearer receives push notifications and feedback throughout the day on how to lead a healthier style.

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