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LEX Wearable Bionic Chair

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Have a seat anywhere when you’re wearing the LEX Wearable Bionic Chair. This next-generation wearable clasps around your waist and thighs to offer a chair whenever and wherever. In addition, the exoskeleton chair actually aligns your spine and maintains your posture as you sit. It instantly puts you at a 120° body-thigh sitting posture to reduce strain and prevent injuries. Compact yet durable, LEX remains out of your way when it’s not in use making it perfect for anything from your commute to traveling. In addition, LEX features a load distribution module to help transfer 50% of backpack weight to your body’s core. With a capacity of up to 264 lbs, LEX weighs a little more than 1kg. so you’ll barely notice it’s there. It’s also just 8mm thin when not in use. With space-grade aluminum, LEX will change the way you interact with the world around you. Finally, the LEX gets you extra miles by letting you rest whenever, wherever.

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Editor's Quote
" Truly remarkable innovation in the world of wearables. "
Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating:
4.8
Weight :
1.2kg
Capacity :
264 lbs.
Features :
Improved Posture, Sit Anywhere, Travel-friendly, Backpack Load Distribution
Materials :
Space-grade Aluminum
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