SOURCE: Kuaiwear

January 06, 2016 09:01 ET

Kuaiwear to Showcase Highly Anticipated Wearable Coaching Headphones for the First Time at CES

Virtual Coaching System Includes Biometric Sensors That Adapt to Users, Providing Them With Everything They Need to Train More Efficiently

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Jan 6, 2016) - Kuaiwear, creators of in-ear biometric sensing technology for athletes, will be showcasing its Kuai Multisport Biometric Headphones for the first time at The International Consumer Electrics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 6-9, 2016. Kuai is the world's first headphone set that integrates live voice coaching from Olympic athletes. The technology adapts its professional training plans to each individual, using an integrated heart rate sensor and accelerometer, allowing anyone from the everyday fitness consumer to professional athletes to train smarter and achieve goals with the help of a personal coach.

The revolutionary headphones monitor users' biometrics and sport performance with biometric accuracy clinically validated by Duke University. Kuai combines a heart rate monitor, foot pod, sport watch, music headset and virtual coach into one wearable product, eliminating the hassle of carrying multiple devices during a workout. The waterproof headphones also receive data from bike sensors and power meters by ANT+, as well as send information to sport watches and smart phones via ANT+ and Bluetooth connection.

"Kuai serves an unmet need in the market for a device that coaches users during exercise by providing professional training plans and live voice-coaching feedback," says Kuaiwear CEO and multi-award winning entrepreneur, Carlos Marco Rider. "Working closely with a team of scientists, we developed a device that provides mindful and actionable data specifically generated in response to each user's biometric data. No other product on the market combines all of these features into one simple wearable."

The professional training plans are available to download directly to the headphones and designed for different sports, goals and fitness levels. The technology can be used to train for a wide variety of activities including running, cycling, swimming, marathons and triathlons, in addition to being used as a part of diet and exercise plan for consumers who simply want to lose weight and maintain their fitness.

CES attendees will be the first to test out the Kuai Multisport Biometric Headphones in an interactive demonstration. Ultra-marathon runner, David Clark, will demo Kuai in action as he runs four marathons on a treadmill, one each day of CES. Additionally, Clark will be wearing Kuai as he competes with people from around the US in a virtual treadmill race scheduled for Thursday, 10 am. at the Life Fitness booth. Anyone interested in getting a first-look at Kuai can visit the Kuaiwear booth located at the Sands Expo #75031.

Kuai is currently available for pre-order at www.kuaiwear.com and will ship to consumers in early 2016.

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