Our wearables channel covers personal health & fitness wearable systems, wearable computers, VR headsets, and connected sporting equipment.

Our device selection is based on point of sale (POS) data and covers a variety of geographical centres. Teardown reports also include an in-depth cost estimate of the bill of materials (BOM).

Deep insights into design win information

Details on how the product is built

Innovative design features and supply chain relationships

In-depth cost estimate of the bill of materials (BOM) included

Available wearables teardown reports

Our Teardown reports use a standard format to help you quickly navigate each device report and find the data that’s important to you. Two types of teardown reports provide increasing analysis and insights:

Projected number of teardowns: 50 reports annually


Deep Dive Teardown Reports

Our wearables channel covers personal health and fitness wearable systems, smartwatches, virtual reality (VR) headsets, hearables, and action cameras.

Our most exhaustive and popular type of teardown report, available across all channels.

A full product teardown that includes:

  • ICs identification and costing
  • A PDF report containing pictures of circuit boards with annotated ICs, major subassemblies, antennas
  • Die photos for major ICs and tables for features description and dimensional data
  • Costed bill of materials (BOM) spreadsheet
  • RF block diagram
  • System block diagram

Deep Dive report coverage is not limited to electronics, it also includes a BOM for all non-electronic parts, each of which is also costed, so we can provide a total cost for the product.

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A subscription gives you the data you need - instantly. Using a high-speed search engine, you have access to our latest teardown data. View or download images and reports; compare products and determine the relationships between components and devices. With TechInsights' Teardown subscriptions, you’ll always be on top of our latest teardown data.

Quick Turn Teardown Reports

Get a quick look before the final report is ready.

Quick Turn reports are meant to help you quickly identify the major IC wins at a system level.

  • Costed bill of materials (BOM) spreadsheet