Welcome to our weekly recap of the biggest stories in the world of wearable tech.
Apple Watch sales: What Tim Cook let slip
The Apple Watch's purported 'sales slump' has been big news again this week, as the company revealed its quarterly results. Against the backdrop of rumours about a lack of shipments, Tim Cook said the Apple Watch was off to "a great start" and revealed global sales were actually higher in June than April or May.
With sales of 4 million to date, the Watch is the bestselling smartwatch of 2015. New estimates claim the Apple Watch represents 75% of the market in just three months.
Garmin unveils underwater HR monitors
Garmin has released a set of new heart rate monitors, designed for swimmers. The new heart rate monitors can sync with the Forerunner 920XT, Fenix 3 or Epix and Garmin Connect. The HRM-Swim is designed for pool workouts, while the HRM-Tri is for triathletes.
Both devices are compact and designed to affect your exercise as little as possible while offering "the most comprehensive data" to help you train.
Second gen Moto Hint
It looks to be the same overall design and size, but the battery life has been bumped from 10 to 17 hours (including the carry case that charges the hearable). There's improved sound quality thanks to wind-cancelling tech and it's now on sale for $129.99.
Sony Smart B-Trainer Headphones
There's 16GB of memory for storing your tunes, and it can track distance, time, speed, pace, cadence, steps, stride, running route, elevation and burned calories. There's no need for your smartphone and you can sync data to the app when you return from your run.
This week's Crowdfund this choice is the smart Lumos cycling helmet which aims to offer cyclists a better degree of safety. When turning, a wireless handlebar remote can turn on bright arrows on the rear of the helmet, telling everyone which way you're going. There's even an accelerometer that can tell when you've slowed down and will illuminate the brake lights.