Element Exo is a lightweight and portable exoskeleton weighing less than 5.5 lbs. No batteries or motors required! Increase productivity and reduce turnover with Element Exo. It reduces muscle activity by 32 %, provides a safe lifting technique and increases energy levels.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Element Exo passive back exoskeleton from Element Exo Inc. need to know.
Revolutionize the way you work and live with our state-of-the-art wearable device. Boost your performance and unleash your inner strength with the Back Assist exoskeleton that takes you to a new level. This cutting-edge technology not only improves your endurance, but also allows you to tackle even the most demanding tasks with ease. Say goodbye to limitations and create a future where productivity knows no bounds. The Back Assist exoskeleton impresses with its elegant versatility and adapts effortlessly to your individual needs. Thanks to its flexible design, it is suitable for a wide range of tasks and activities, making it a real game changer in various industries. From construction sites to warehouses, this remarkable exoskeleton allows you to unleash your full potential and tackle any challenge with confidence. Element Exo is a lightweight and portable exoskeleton weighing less than 5.5 lbs. No batteries or motors required!
During our exclusive two-week trial period, you will have the opportunity to demo our latest exoskeleton on the market. With Element Exo, you'll discover a world of unlimited possibilities while seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technology into your daily routine. Say goodbye to fatigue and hello to new levels of strength, mobility and performance. The 2-week trial costs 575 USD per exoskeleton including training.
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Element Exo (formerly Maroon Assistive Technologies) designs and develops lightweight and responsive exoskeletons that facilitate lifting and bending while reducing the risk of overexertion injuries for workers performing repetitive lifting tasks. The Element exoskeleton is based on research conducted by the Assistive Robotics Lab at Virginia Tech through a partnership with Lowe's Home Improvement to develop a wearable device that improves the lives of industrial workers.
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