If ever there were something close to a battery for humans, Joule would be it. After all, this bracelet is essentially like wearing energy wrapped around your wrist. That’s right, you might even call it wearable energy. Because rather than put on another pot of coffee late in the afternoon to make it through a grueling workday, or succumbing to the need of 5-Hr Energy to keep yourself awake through an all-nighter, Joule is a wearable that will transfer caffeine directly into a wearer’s skin.
Attached to the underside of the Joule bracelet is an FDA-approved patch filled to the brim with caffeine – each patch is equivalent to one cup of coffee. Over the course of four hours, Joule will transmit that caffeine straight into the wearer in incremental doses, ensuring that the wearer is constantly energized while avoiding the nasty caffeine crashes or extremely hyper fits that can come from consuming and overdosing on caffeine too quickly. The transdermal consumption of the caffeine also means it hits users a lot quicker because it doesn’t have to go through the digestion process.
Joule is designed to deliver all of the energetic benefits of caffeine while eschewing the negative side effects like jitteriness. And honestly, what’s a better way to get a much needed energy boost throughout the day – wearing a device that hand-delivers it to you, or shelling out $6 for a mediocre latte? These tiny, rubber wristbands ship with strips that come in packs of thirty, so one order will have all your caffeine needs covered for a month. Head over to Joule’s Indiegogo page to find out how you can get your hands on some wearable caffeine.