Misfit Wearables

Misfit Wearables develops wearable products with sensor technology. The Company is making products and services in the consumer health and fitness industry to inspire people be more active and develop healthy habits. Misfit Wearables’ first product is the Shine, a personal activity tracker that can instantly sync with a smartphone just by placing the device on the screen.

Parent Company
Burlingame, US
Misfit Wearables was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Burlingame, US

Misfit Wearables Office Locations

Misfit Wearables has offices in Burlingame, Beijing, Shenzhen, Ho Chi Minh City and in 1 other location
Burlingame, US (HQ)
839 Mitten Road, Suite 100

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Misfit Wearables Summary

In total, Misfit Wearables had raised $79.6 m. Misfit Wearables is a subsidiary of Fossil

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Misfit Wearables News and Updates

Back In Style? Wearables Funding Is Way Up, But Deals Remain Erratic

Historically, the health & wellness category (mostly comprised of consumer fitness bands) has been one of the most saturated areas of IoT funding. Despite the crowded space, though, there have been some notable recent notable exits, including Withings (bought by Nokia … Continued

Apple's push into healthcare now includes Apple Watch data

Apple and Aetna both have something to gain from a new partnership that allows Aetna customers to get discounted Apple Watches through their insurance: Your data. Aetna customers who opt to purchase Apple Watches through the partnership between the two companies will be sharing their health data…

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 We’re still in the early days of the hardware renaissance. Driven by decreased development costs, shorter times to market and a shift in hardware business models away from commoditized consumer electronics to recurring revenue and software services, VCs have poured money into hardware startups. Las…

Fitbit unveils $100 ‘swim-proof’ Flex 2 and $150 Charge 2 with heart rate monitoring

Meet Fitbit’s next Fitbits. The fitness-tracker company is unveiling two new devices today, the $150 Charge 2 with heart rate monitoring and a larger screen, and the smaller, “swim-proof” $100 Flex 2 with accessories reminiscent of Fossil’s Misfit wearables. The Charge 2 goes on sale in September an…

Smart Home Startups On Track For A Funding Rebound, But Still Far From Glory Days Of 2014

Though still well off the peak seen in 2014, when Google’s acquisitions of both Dropcam and Nest put the smart home category in the spotlight, funding to smart home startups has rebounded this year. At the current run-rate, funding to private companies in the space … Continued

The Most Active Investors In Digital Health Since 2014 In One Infographic

Digital health continues to be a hot category as the number of investors entering the space globally continues to increase, with more than 1,350 unique investors with at least one investment in a digital health company in 2015. 2016 has … Continued
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