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Last October, we covered Bellabeat‘s Covering as one of the crucial devices that expecting moms should find out about and use during their pregnancy. Today, Bellabeat has debuted the LEAF, clever fashion jewelry that will enable women to monitor their anxiety, sleep, activity, and also reproductive health and wellness. Integrated with a mobile app, the LEAF aims to supply women with the personal information they should make their health and wellness decisions.

The LEAF is the current product from Bellabeat, a company that’s created a whole collection of wellness trackers as well as smart tools targeted at women (particularly mothers and those on the track to motherhood). Just like various other wellness trackers and also wearables presently on the marketplace, the FALLEN LEAVE and also the FALLEN LEAVE app interact to give women information on their individual health and wellness. A lot more especially, the LEAF keeps track of a females’s menstrual cycle by tracking anticipated days and also providing various other details based upon a female’s activity, sleep, and also anxiety levels.

‘Bellabeat’s FALLEN LEAVE is designed to attract the fashion-conscious girl that intends to check her way of living and also wellness without jeopardizing her style,” stated Bellabeat cofounder as well as CCO Urška Sršen, in a declaration. “This feminine piece of nature-inspired clever fashion jewelry seamlessly integrates right into women’s busy lives, providing them the devices to remain healthy and balanced 24 Hr a day, 7 days a week.”

Bellabeat’s FALLEN LEAVE can be work as a locket, arm band, or clip, as well as is made out of American ash timber with a hypoallergenic stainless-steel clip. It features a 6-month battery life and also an exchangeable electric battery is offered for $119 (for the conventional edition) or $250 (for the black version).

Bellabeat graduated from Y Combinator back in March of 2014. The business has actually elevated funding from many capitalists including SV Angel, Universal, Crunchfund, Cherubic VC, Promus Ventures, Nicolas Berggruen, Justin Kan, Michael Seibel, Paul Buchheit, Tom Fallows, and also Adrian Aoun.