While most fitness trackers focus on your step counts and general activity levels, the $100 Lift takes a different approach. It measures your posture, while also quietly recording how much you move during the day.
Magnets make it work
Instead of clipping it to you clothes, or wearing it around your wrist, you attach the Lift to your clothes with a magnet. It's supposed to sit right below your collarbone to get the appropriate readings.
Press to play
The entire Lift acts as a button that you press to calibrate the device when you put it on. That helps it measure your posture and uses that measurement as a baseline for each day.
The Lift is compact, just a little smaller than two quarters side by side. That makes it comfortable to wear all day.
You can wear Lift a few ways, with the included metal clasps, or this strap clip that's meant to fit around a bra or camisole strap. That means you can wear the tracker under your clothes, out of site.
All of the data the Lift collects gets sent to the Lift app for iOS. You can see your daily posture performance and activity levels.
In the box
Lumo Lift comes with a magnetic USB charging cradle, the strap clip, and two metal clasps. You can order additional clasps from the company, or customize your own with a strong magnet.