LifeTip is no-skin-contact wearable heart monitor that comes in two sizes, suited for both sexes. Smaller one can be hang on the bra for girls, whereas the larger one is made for t-shirts for guys. The device size and shape makes it comfortable to be worn at any occasion.
LifeTip is able to detect arrhythmias and other heart conditions, and immediately send alerts using a Bluetooth-paired smartphone. In case the wearer has gone unconscious, it will immediately call emergency medical services.
Aside from ECG, the device will also measure body temperature, and using a built-in GPS — steps taken and calorie consumption — as well as body posture with the help of the built-in 3-axis accelerometer.
There are two different versions of the LifeTip, with and without the ECG reader. Both variants feature a pedometer, thermometer, posture tracker, and both work with the same smartphone app.
When it comes to the battery life, the device will work for up to three months using a standard coin battery.
The team behind LifeTip is looking to raise $65,000 in an Indiegogo campaign. A single LifeTip unit can be had for $99.