Xensr Air

Body Location

Worn on the Body (Anywhere)

Primary Application


About Xensr Air

Xensr Air is a wearable device that measures the height of the users jump in sports such as skateboarding, skiing and jet skiing. This technology is comprised of a small cylinder the size of an Oreo which can be placed on an armband, iphone case and T-shirt. The device can store 4 hours of riding in memory and it contains Loft Sensors that alerts the user when they are in contact with the ground, snow or water. The device is also compatible with multiple variety of mounts for sporting equipment.



Device Name

Xensr Air


$195.00 USD


GPS, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer & Compass

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery




iOS & Android

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