Lumo Lift is a small device that you wear directly below your collar bone, midway between your neck and shoulder. Lumo Lift is worn under your shirt while the magnetic clasp is worn on the outside of your shirt to hold the Lumo Lift in place. See more on how to wear your Lumo Lift here. Lumo Lift tracks your daily activity and helps you to improve your posture.
Lumo Lift works with a free iOS and Android app (available for compatible mobile devices) to show you your progress and give you valuable insights about your posture and activity. Lumo Lift also provides posture feedback vibrations at a time delay, which you can customize through the Lumo Lift app.
**The Lumo Lift sensor CANNOT be used without the Lumo Lift app. The app is required to complete the set-up process.**
Lumo Lift measures and displays the following information in the Lumo Lift app:
- Steps - Number of steps taken
- Estimated Distance - Distance covered in miles, as calculated by the number of steps taken
- Estimated Calories Burned (active and passive) - The calories you see in the app are estimate calories, which take into account your BMR (Basal metabolic rate), which is calculated by using your gender, weight, height, and age. These calories can be considered "living calories" i.e. the calories we burn from purely existing. To calculate the total calories burned we add the calories you burn from walking and running to your "living calories" burned.
- Good Posture Minutes - The app will display a “good posture minute” for every minute you remain in good posture with the Lumo Lift sensor. Good posture is determined by adherence to your set Target Posture. Read more about how to set your Target Posture in our article, How to set Target Posture
The Lumo Lift app also displays your history, where you can view your historical posture and step data day over day and monitor your progress over time.
Please note: The Lumo Lift only provides vibrational coaching feedback on posture while in stationary positions, such as sitting and standing. The Lumo Lift does not buzz or provide posture feedback while in movement, during activities such as walking, running, or driving.
The Lift Sensor works along with a magnetic clasp, by design. Magnets may cause electromagnetic interference when used in close proximity with sensitive devices such as Pacemakers. Please consult your physician prior to using the Lumo Lift sensor in close proximity to any such device. If you have any further questions or clarification, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a request here.