Wearable electronics is expected to see constant increases in its volume sales over the forecast period. The category has the potential for growth in the Netherlands as the penetration rate is currently low (less than a fifth of consumers own such a device in 2022), and many Dutch consumers could benefit from monitoring their health.
Wearable electronics such as activity watches and smart wearables are expected to perform better at monitoring health, as this information can be useful for consumers. Health care practitioners are not yet recommending these products, because of the inaccuracy of measurement, but the information obtained can be useful to recommend lifestyle changes to consumers, such as the type of exercise suitable for a patient.
With the penetration rate of wearable electronics so low in the Netherlands, most consumers currently purchasing these products are health enthusiasts, or want them as a fashion statement, and the willingness to pay for these products is generally high. As a result, brands offering high-quality products such as Fitbit, Apple and Samsung are likely to continue to perform well.
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Electronic devices designed to be worn by the user, typically on the wrist or head. The category only covers products designed for retail sale and consumer usage. Products designed for use in medical, military and any other profession such as diving are excluded.See All of Our Definitions
This report originates from Passport, our Wearable Electronics research and analysis database.
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