LVL Wearable Hydration Monitor

Sep 15, 2016

Category: Tech

It’s almost funny how connected water consumption is to our overall mood and health. Feel tired? Drink some water. Have a headache? Drink some water. Feeling sick? Getting hungry? Break your leg? Ok, so maybe not the last one, but you get our point. For how integral H2O is to how we live our lives, it can be surprisingly easy to forget to keep hydrated. LVL is here to fix that.

The first of it’s kind, this wearable device is built to measure your hydration levels throughout the day. It’s the philosophy of BSX Athletics, the team in charge of developing this product, that no matter what you’re trying to do – whether you’re looking to focus more during the day, or get more out of your workouts – a critical part of accomplishing your goal is making sure you have enough water in your system. In addition to telling you when to drink water and how much, this tracker also keeps it’s eye on your heart rate, how many calories you’re burning, and how well you’re sleeping every night. Meant to be worn everyday, it’ll not only give you averages and projections on your daily activity – but it learns your patterns and makes suggestions on how to improve. Not bad. When these hit retail, you can expect them to go for an even $200. [Purchase]

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