Moontrak: combine fitness tracking with the moon, sun and zodiac

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Moontrak is a very unique addition to the world of wearables. This is the first fitness band that not only monitors your daily activity, but also shows your personal moon and sun cycles. It essentially enables you to see how star signs are influencing you and the world around you.

With its unique design and neutral tone, Moontrak looks more like a piece of fancy jewellery than your typical Fitbit or Jawbone. Some two years in the making, this tiny wearable piece of the cosmos keeps you close to nature while staying in tune with modern technology.

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The most novel feature of the wearable is its ability to let you know when the moon and sun enter your sign, rising sign and natal phase. You can customise the notifications for any zodiac sign or tailor it to get notified about your partner. Sun notifications will, of course, be less frequent because of its yearly cycle as opposed to the moon’s monthly.

Notifications are displayed via a set of LED lights. These can be customised both for colours and light patterns. To activate simply double tap the top. The LED lights will spring to action letting you know which zodiac signs the moon and sun are in.

While clearly not for everyone, this is an interesting alternative to wearable tech currently on the market. Outside of the world of zodiac signs, the device keeps tabs on steps, distance, calories burned and sleep quality. The accompanying smartphone app also has a mood tracking feature. The idea is to combine all this information so you can learn how the moon, sun and zodiac affect your energy levels, sleep, confidence levels, relationships and more. If you’re a believer in that sort of thing, of course.

Price: $100 and up

Funding open:

$3,411 raised out of $98,722 goal
28 days to go

Estimated delivery: January 2019

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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