The Supersapiens Energy Band allows athletes to measure their glucose levels on their wrists.
, by raj, 8 min reading time
Supersapiens, a glucose-tracking business, has released its own wearable, the Supersapians Energy Band Version Zero. By linking to the Abbott biosensor, which is at the core of the Supersapiens device, the band can display glucose levels in the blood in real time. Supersapiens is a linked skin patch that can read glucose levels from interstitial fluid for the uninformed. Its glucose sport biosensor wearable gadget, which fits beneath the skin and utilizes NFC to transfer data to the accompanying app, is quite similar to the Libre 2. Although the Supersapians service is powered by the Abbott Libre Sense sensor, it is intended for endurance athletes to better understand fueling for training and competition rather than for medical concerns. The Libre Sense sensor attaches to the Energy Band to provide easy-to-read real-time insights. The goal is to better understand how well you're fueled for training and competition, and the Energy Band adds an authentic component that endurance athletes worried about in-race nutrition will appreciate. Supersapiens operates on a subscription model that costs 150 (12,976.03 INR) for two sensors and ten patches. A whole set of patches for a marathon training program costs 700 (60,554.81 INR), making it a significant expenditure for high-level runners. Furthermore, at 159 (13,754.59 INR), this is a significant investment for anyone seeking glucose insights.While Garmin devices can display glucose levels from the sensor, a smartphone is needed to connect the two. You can leave your phone at home since the Energy Band is a direct bridge. It's also water-resistant up to 50 metres, which is great news for triathletes. The Energy Band is straightforward and straightforward, with an 8-color memory in pixel LCD display that makes data easy to read when sweating. It features an always-on display and may be worn on the wrist or hooked onto handlebars. The Supersapiens Energy Band costs 159 (13,754.59 INR) and can be purchased at supersapiens.com.
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