From a brand new take on the electric breast pump to a discreet way to check sobriety during a night on the town, trust us, there’s a lot of neat stuff on the horizon.
The Proof wearable wants to help drinkers keep an eye on their BAC levels.
The company behind this wristband claims it can measure alcohol molecules through your skin and send data to its corresponding app on your smartphone. And with $100,000 in funding from the National Institutes of Health, plus extensive third-party testing, the company says it stands up against other breathalyzers on the market.
It’ll launch a crowdfunding campaign later this year and aims for a price range between $100 to $150.