Zitko Walk

Body Location

Worn on the Wrist

Primary Application

Fitness

About Walk

Zikto Walk is a fitness wearable device that helps you achieve a balanced body and corrects your walking posture. Bad walking posture includes dragging your foot, hunching your back, or looking at a smartphone. It gently vibrates on your wrist whenever you walk with bad posture. Zikto Walk also uses tech to empower people with information to improve their health and their body language.

Company

Zikto

Device Name

Walk

Product Release

November 2014

Price

$149.00 USD

Walk Network


Components

LED Display, Accelerometer & Gyroscope

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Bluetooth

Compatibility

iOS & Android

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