Starbucks better watch out! Have you heard of the latest innovation in wearable technology? A new caffeine bracelet called Joule aims to help coffee-drinkers avoid the spike and crash. It contains FDA-approved patches that deliver caffeine through the skin. The body absorbs each patch (the equivalent of a cup of coffee) over the course of four hours — giving wearers long-lasting alertness without the jitteriness.
The company just launched an Indiegogo campaign, and has currently raised $6,448 out of $15,000 needed. There’s no question with the amount of national print and tv press the Joule caffeine bracelet has received, this thing will be in full production sooner than later. What makes the Joule caffeine bracelet so amazing? The FDA-approved patch dispatches caffeine immediately — faster than drinking coffee — and has the same amount of caffeine as a medium cup of joe.
So just how much with the caffeine patch and bracelet cost you? The Joule caffeine bracelet will cost you $29 via the Indiegogo campaign. It comes with 30 caffeine patches, and you can always buy more separately when you run out. For you timepiece connoisseurs, there’s another option available as well, The Joule Time model costs $99 on the Indiegogo page. Keep in mind, while you’re searching for your next jolt of caffeine, the Joule caffeine bracelet and Joule time model is not kid-friendly and you need to be 18 or over to use.
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