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Energy Band
Version Zero
Simple. Elegant. Powerful.
Built specifically so you can see real-time glucose
data without needing your phone.
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Real-time glucose visibility
without your phone.
Benefits
real time nutrition decisions
Minute by minute glucose visibility during exercise.
smart notifications to maintain optimal fuel levels
Set your optimal fuel range and get notified when you fall out of it.
Flag fuel intake and other events during your workouts
Use flags within the Supersapiens app to analyse every moment of your workouts and optimise your fuelling strategy.
features
Waterproof
Tested to 5 ATM, the Energy Band is fully waterproof and can withstand pressure down to 50 meters.
Details
What's In The Box
Water resistance
5 ATM (50m)
screen material
no-shatter polycarbonate
band material
fluoroelastomer
Case material
PC / ABS
made in
china
The Energy Band
+
1 USB charging cable

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