The world’s first smart consciousness trainer “Keen” to respond to habits such as hair tinkering and nail chewing, informing by vibrations

September 25, 2017


9/25/2017, Japan

 

暇を持て余すと、つい髪の毛をいじったり、爪を噛んだりしてしまう…という方は少なくないだろう。習慣的に行うこうした性癖には精神的な病が関係していることもあり要注意である。

無意識のうちにやってしまう性癖を何とかしたい方におすすめなのが、米国のスタートアップHabitAwareが開発したブレスレット型ウェアラブルデバイス「Keen」だ。

Translated: There are not a few people who are fiddling with their hair or biting their nails when they leave time. It is cautionful to be aware that spiritual diseases are involved in these habits done habitually. 

Recommended for those who want to do something unconsciously doing it is the bracelet type wearable device “Keen” developed by the startup HabitAware in the United States.




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Sizing Guide

Not sure which size is right for you?

It's important that Keen fits snugly. Here's a quick guide to help you decide which bracelet size to order:

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