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Wolfe's Den: Maxim's Heartbeat T-Shirt

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11/13/2012 03:21 PM EST

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SylvieBarak
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SylvieBarak   11/13/2012 5:59:10 PM
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It's not a product.... YET. Very cool, and I can see tons of market potential for this. Say the technology was integrated into Nike or Addidas sportswear... they could easily market this as a must have for athletes to track and monitor their own fitness, etc. The only question is... how do you wash it without killing the sensors??

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SteveLaJ   11/13/2012 9:43:44 PM
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Hi SylvieBarak, The Cardioleaf electronic module snaps onto the shirt with 4 standard snaps. Simply turn off the device, un-snap the unit and throw the shirt in the wash. My FIT shirt shown in the video survived 3 washings. Steve LaJeunesse

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SylvieBarak   11/14/2012 12:20:27 AM
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good to know!! :) thanks!

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