Pavlok

Body Location

Worn on the Wrist

Primary Application

Fitness

About Pavlok

The Pavlock is a wrist-worn device that is designed to build good habits. This wearable device uses electric shocks and negative reinforcement to remind the user to accomplish tasks and uses positive reinforcement when the task is completed.

Company

Behavioral Technology Group

Device Name

Pavlok

Product Release

March 2015

Price

$149.00 USD

Pavlok Network


Components

Vibrator, Buzzer & LED Indicator

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Bluetooth

Compatibility

iOS

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