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Hapifork

Recently presented at the High-Tech CES 2013 in Las Vegas, this may be a great product to fight against those extra pounds. Hapifork is an intelligent fork that will help regulate your diet. Some studies have shown that our poor eating habits come from the fact that we eat too quickly, Hapifork helps you monitor your eating habits, with multiple sensors in the handle, the fork vibrates when you are eating too fast. Equipped with Bluetooth and a mobile app, Hapifork communicates directly with your smartphone, giving you reports on the total number of bites and duration of meals for example, plus your health and fitness progress. The innovative product recently reached itīs goal on a very successful Kickstarter campaign and should be available soon. watch the video



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