Med students design sleek hydration monitoring wearable

Med students design sleek hydration monitoring wearable

If you thought monitoring your heart rate was the most important part of fitness, LVL gives you a reason to think again.

Medical student, Dustin Freckleton, MD, over at the University of Texas is trying to highlight the importance of staying hydrated with LVL, the first wearable that provides instant, real-time insight into the user’s hydration levels. The wrist-worn device also triples as an activity, sleep, and mood tracker. Apart from its health benefits, LVL boasts a gorgeously-designed display that boils down health insights into perceptible icons bolstered by animations. Watch LVL in action below and back it on Kickstarter if you’d like!

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