Bengaluru: SandPuppy Fitbelts, smart, wireless heat belts for relief from pain and fatigue have made a debut just ahead of the winter months.
Launched in two variants – SandPuppy Fitbelt PLUS and SandPuppy Fitbelt, the Fitbelts are designed to check body aches and pain, caused by a variety of reasons from sitting long hours at work, driving, travel, strenuous living, working-out, running and housework.
SandPuppy Fitbelt PLUS allows the user to control the heat level and the degree of vibration through an app while SandPuppy Fitbelt has a single button operation, with three heat levels.
Both SandPuppy Fitbelt PLUS and SandPuppy Fitbelt provide deep penetrating heat, which warms the affected areas and softens the surrounding muscles and tissue allowing the body to relax and rest deeply.
“The objective of designing SandPuppy Fitbelt is to assist people suffering from body pain and fatigue in the back, shoulders or joint and provides quick relief anytime anywhere, on the go", Prachi Kamat, CEO SandPuppy said.
"It is a smartly designed, non-obtrusive, technologically advanced belt that can be worn at home, office, flight or while driving without any difficulty", she added.
“SandPuppy Fitbelt is extremely effective as it covers a large area with heat level that can be controlled depending upon individual requirement. Thus, allowing you to do more, everyday", she said.
An added micro-vibration feature in SandPuppy Fitbelt PLUS helps the body by improving blood circulation in the area and reducing pain and fatigue. Made with soft stretch lycra that gives the user the warmth and comfort of a hug.
SandPuppy is made with a flexible carbon fibre with superior heating performance that does not deteriorate over time. The patent-applied heating element structure is designed to be "reflective", focusing most of the energy into your body for maximum relief.
"The Fitbelt works only when it is unplugged. It works only with its own battery power, which is of a much lower voltage making it literally the safest heating belt possible", Prachi said.The epidemic of pain is a big health problem facing India today and WHO estimated that chronic pain affects 30 per cent of the adult population.