Have you ever counted how much fitness gadgets you have in your office that just sit in the corner covered in dust? When was the last time you wore that USD200 fitness bracelet when going for a run? Fineck, a new personal activity tracker aims to monitor the user’s neck and spine condition in the form of necklace. Compared to existing products, Fineck believes it is not crucial to know the number of steps or how many calories we have burned in a day. Instead, the focus is on the condition of the neck and spine.

Fineck’s patent-pending health analytics system called ‘Neck-Health’ is a data processing and analyzing platform that Fineck developed alongside the Sport and Health Research Center of National Chung Hsing University. Once users begin wearing the Fineck necklace, it will constantly track and monitor neck and spine activity and alert users when they have bad body posture or become inactive for too long. It also allows movement tracking and interactive gaming to make sure the users get enough neck exercise throughout the day.

Unlike most of the wearable tech currently on the market, Fineck does not require frequent recharging; typically just once a week. For further convenience, Fineck is also waterproof, which means users can wear it when swimming or in the shower.

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