Smart Necklace by Opter is What Forbes Calls ‘The New Must-Have in Wearable Tech,’ Launching on Indiegogo Oct. 3

Opter Pose tracks posture, UV, blue light, fitness, and sleep, and comes in the form of a stylish unisex necklace or clip.

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updated: Sep 26, 2017


When Opter[1] launches on Indiegogo Oct. 3, consumers looking for a more functional wearable will finally have a fashionable alternative to the basic plastic wristband: Opter Pose, which Forbes calls “the new must-have in wearable tech.”[2] Pose is a designer unisex necklace and clip that vibrates gently if you’re slouching to remind you to be confident and stand tall. Unlike other posture-correcting devices, Pose has a 7+ day battery life and boasts a host of other features which can be accessed through its companion smartphone app. UV sensing allows it to monitor time spent in the sun and blue light sensing allows it to recommend different light levels for optimal productivity and sleep. In addition to basic fitness tracking with steps, exercise, and sleep, Pose helps reduce sedentary time by intelligently reminding you to move if you’ve been still for too long. 

Opter Pose is as thin as the latest iPhone and smaller than a thumb, and the pendant can be worn with any chain. This limited-edition design is made sustainably from bamboo, making it beautiful, sturdy, and lightweight. After being developed for 1.5 years, Pose is now ready for manufacture. On Oct. 3rd at 11 a.m. PST, it will be available through Indiegogo for $99, more than 20% off retail price. Anyone on the Opter email list before launch will receive an additional 10% off.  

“As a company, we believe technology is capable of so much more than what is available now. Steps and heart-rate are a great start, but health is the sum of hundreds of everyday actions. How do we optimize these everyday actions to live our dream lives? That’s the problem Opter is working to solve.” says CEO Chalisa Prarasri. “Right now we’re small and don’t have the funds to manufacture Pose on our own, so we’re turning to our customers to help us fund our first production run.” 

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