TL;DR: The posture-correcting UPRIGHT GO 2 is on sale for $89, saving you $10.95.
We spend at least eight hours a day hunched over our computers at work sending emails and crunching numbers in Excel. And when we get home? We spend even more time craning over our phone while we DM memes to our friends or binge-watch episodes of The Office for the second (OK, hundredth) time.
Ironically, while the root of our bad posture can be traced back to the use of technology, there are devices out there that help can help remedy our tech necks. This includes the UPRIGHT GO 2, a tiny posture trainer that will alert you in real-time when you’re starting to slouch.
The discreet device can be worn one of two ways: placed directly on your skin (with a hypoallergenic adhesive) or by being connected to the UPRIGHT Necklace. Its multi-sensor technology will pick up if your posture isn’t perfect, and send you a small vibration when you slouch as a gentle reminder to straighten up. Additionally, you’ll be able to track your posture progress through its companion app.
Through muscle memory, you’ll soon (UPRIGHT claims as little as two weeks) fix your slouch all on your own, while at the same time building your upper back and core strength.
If all of that didn’t sway you enough, currently the UPRIGHT GO 2 is on sale for just $89 — down from $99.95.