Nine Degree Products is a UK
product development company
We imagine, design and develop relevant wearable devices, connected products and smart environments that improve people’s health, fitness and wellbeing.
In order to develop relevant products that solve real health and wellbeing problems for real people we take a holistic view of the product ecosystem and the user environment and focus on creating impeccable user experience at every step.
Creating products that are beautiful and practical as well as satisfying to use, we pay attention to function and aesthetics, collaborating and exchanging ideas throughout the development process to boost value and give breadth to our results.
Expand the potential of your great product idea
We take a holistic view of your product and its ecosystem.
Some of our core expertise
Gain a competitive edge through smarter data processing
We develop products that can do more with less by optimising our algorithms for low-power wearable devices, and transforming big data into smart data.
Big news at the Central Research LaboratoryJune 5, 2017
I was in London last week and decided to pop along to an event at the CRL (Maker Connections) in Hayes and Harrington. What with Cross Rail and mega development, the area is changing faster than a Lean Startup. It was great to catch up with Mat Hunter (mega experienced hardware developer) and also a previous NDP mentor, Mandy Nyarko, who ...
NDP CEO Jacob Skinner is Riding For CharityMay 25, 2017
So I have signed up to ride from Paris to London next month in aid of charity ‘Room to Read’. Room to Read targets a fundamental solution to many of the worlds problems, that of education. By establishing schooling for girls and children across the developing world, Room to Read have supported over 10 million kids worldwide. This 3 day 320km ...
What are the trends for Wearable Tech?April 3, 2017
Hopes were high for a wearable tech boom in 2016. The burgeoning market was poised to capitalise on the widespread adoption of ever smarter smartphones. However, at the end of 2016, some of the industry players who had been at the forefront of both brand and device awareness have either left the wearables scene or struggled to maintain a profitable ...