If you had a bit of a naughty weekend then this could be just what you need.
I think I speak for all of us when I say that sometimes we all need a little reminder to go easy on the fast food.
Especially after a weekend, when we all tend to undo all the good work we’ve put in during the week.
And if you feel that sometimes you need a hand to tone down your more naughtier habits, then luckily, Amazon are now selling a bracelet that will literally shock you into shape.
The Pavlok 2 Bracelet has been designed to help us change our behaviours and every time we step over the line, the bracelet will dish out a 350-volt electric shock. Or as Pavlok are calling it, ‘zaptic feedback’.
According to the Pavlok 2 Bracelet description on Amazon, the product will help you ‘upgrade your life’ by helping you ‘to break habits ranging from smoking to oversleeping’ and the electric shock treatment is ‘based on over 80 years of science-backed aversion therapy studies’.
The Pavlok 2 Bracelet description also says it will help you get on track by allowing you to actually learn from your actions.
It says: “Pavlok 2 comes with a newer, faster processor, longer battery life, better bluetooth connectivity, motion sensors that “learn” from your actions, and zap, beep, or vibe functions.
“All so you can not only break bad habits but start building good ones Pavlok integrates with sensors, friends, internet browsers, phone apps, GPS, and more to keep you on track with your goals.”
Sounds bit intense for a bracelet.
Given the recent rise in popularity of watch/bracelet technology, with the Apple Watch and Fitbit able to track your health and fitness levels, it’s a good time for Pavlok to release their version, but I’m sure plenty out there will question whether shocking customers is the right way to go about changing their lives.
If you feel like this could be the gadget that helps you break your bad habits, then you can pick up the Pavlok 2 Bracelet for $193.62 and delivery free fast delivery
Get yours here: https://ebay.to/2XTOf0T
Personally, I think it sounds like something out of an episode of Black Mirror.