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Betterback

Look at yourself right now, how are you sitting? how is your back? and your neck? probably not to great, and that is because of bad posture whilst sitting down. BetterBack allows you to effortlessly sit in perfect posture, easing back pain, whilst training yourself how to sit. After a hugely successful Indiegogo campaign (raised over $1.6 Million), BetterBack is now available for purchase, the clever system makes every chair ergonomic, helping you build up your posture muscles by stabilizing your pelvis, restoring your spines natural curvature, and providing lumbar support. watch the video below

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