Whether you’re in the car, at the office, or on a walk around the neighborhood, slouching doesn’t have to be part of your daily routine with Upright’s new posture training device.
Appropriately named the Upright Go, the company’s latest posture corrector provides feedback even when you’re on the move. Users can now sit, stand, walk, and even drive with the device on.
Upright’s second-generation model — which launches its Kickstarter campaign on March 28 — attaches to the upper back, strengthens your back muscles, and addresses the dreaded “screen slouch.”
How Upright Go Improves On The Original
While software updates on the original Upright allowed for standing, walking, and upper back placement, the company’s newest posture corrector offers several other appealing upgrades.
Most notably, the Upright Go features a more compact design. The first-generation device was discreet enough to be worn under a loose-fitting shirt, but the company’s latest model appears even smaller and lighter.
Based on diagrams from Upright Go’s website, the company seems to have streamlined the calibration process as well. With the original Upright, users had to calibrate the device to their slouching and upright positions each time before using it. Now, it seems that users can put Upright Go on and immediately start receiving posture feedback.
According to the device’s website, the Upright Go will be available for $59 on Kickstarter, which is 40% below its retail price and significantly less expensive than the original Upright ($129.95).
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