A new wearable device was launched on Kickstarter this week called MEVICS, which aims to solve one of the biggest problems that we now have due to an increase of work involving sitting at a desk.

According to the project, people spend at least 10-15 hours a day at work, school, and home without many physical activities in between. They say that more than 80% percent of people suffer from spinal problems and they want to help adjust that number with the launch of their new wearable.

There are a number of products already out there that attempt to do this, but the creators of MEVICS say that this isn’t like the other wearables that have annoying velcros to attach, don’t offer support or upgrade opportunities, don’t look very nice, and don’t have companion apps that provide you with the data you need in a sleek and understandable manner.

MEVICS is a compact a clean looking device that comes in a white or a black design, so it is hidable yet also good looking for when people notice it. To top that off, it also uses a magnetic holding system that means it is easy to attach to your clothing, while remaining secure.

Check out the video below to take a quick look at MEVICS and be sure to hit up the source link below that to find out more about MEVICS and to back the project if you are interested.

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