At the Consumer Electronics Show, we unveiled the Evie Ring, and we think we made a pretty good first impression. Evie won 11 “Best of CES” awards from major media publications including USA Today, CNN, Wired, Digital Trends, Tom’s Guide and more!
Evie is the first wearable device designed to help women take control of their health journey by combining medical-grade health metrics with personalized, actionable insights. The name Evie embodies our mission to evolve wearable technology to be better at helping women manage their health and is short for the trusted medical-grade evidence the ring delivers to users.
Evie was recognized as best in class in the fitness tech, health, wearable and mobile categories in large part due to the Company’s plan to pursue FDA clearance on the ring’s heart rate, SpO2 and respiration rate data. Delivering reliable, trustworthy health data to consumers in a wearable with a unique, comfortable, and open design drove a great deal of excitement for the planned launch later this year.
“We built the Evie Ring to address the unique health needs of women at every stage of their lives, and the reception to the announcement of Evie at CES from media, investors, consumers and partners alike was outstanding,” said John Mastrototaro, CEO of Movano Health. “We’re raising the bar for women and wearables, and our resolve to be the only wearable that is also a medical device and our timely focus on designing a device for the unique needs of women clearly struck a chord. With newly issued and pending patents related to our ring and future wearable devices, we’re further strengthening our solution and building the momentum we need for our upcoming product launch.”
The Movano Health team has spent the last year bringing this technology to life, and we can’t wait to get Evie onto the hands of consumers later this year. We’re gearing up for launch and will share more details when we can. In the meantime, please follow us on social media @evie_ring for updates.