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Healthy Technology Gift Guide for Tech Gurus and Fitness Fans

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Try a TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch at tomtom.com ($170)

High-tech goggles or sunglasses

The lenses in specialty goggles and sunglasses can block specific colors of light for clearer and more comfortable vision in extreme light, such as on a ski slope. Shop the Oakley gift guide for eyewear at oakley.com ($130)

Eyewear can be a very personal choice. Consider a gift certificate or make sure they can be exchanged if the fit isn’t just right.

Scale plus

Bathroom scales are not just for dieters since they can do so much more than merely show weight. They can also analyze body fat, muscle mass and water weight. And they can send stats to a phone app to help track progress.

Check out the Runtastic Libra scale at runtastic.com ($130) or the iHealth Lite wireless scale at ihealthlabs.com ($80)

Golf coach

Give your golfer’s game a boost with an electronic coach. The 3-D analyzer clips onto the club and provides real-time data on every swing. Use it for swing-by-swing improvement or analyze the game back at the clubhouse.

Check out the Swingbyte at swingbyte.com ($170)

Touchscreen gloves

Cold weather won’t be an excuse for staying indoors with gloves designed to work on touchscreen phones. Get your family outdoors and moving in gloves with specially designed finger tips.

Available in knit, microfleece and leather at target.com ($10 and up)

Diet aid at the dinner table

Give the gift of slower eating!

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