Reebok Checklight

Body Location

Worn on the Head

Primary Application

Fitness

About Checklight

The Reebok Checklight is a sports impact detection sensor in a cap form factor. This wearable device can be worn with or without a helmet and has sensors directly coupled to the head to more accurately reflect head impacts. It is not designed as a concussion diagnostic tool, but it does provide an objective measurement of impact force.

Company

Reebok

Device Name

Checklight

Product Release

July 2013

Price

$149.98 USD

Checklight Network


Components

LED Indicator & Accelerometer

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

USB

Workplace Applications

Workplace Safety, Occupational Health and Safety & Cost Reduction

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