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From See to SEA: IOLITE Lights Swimmers Way to the Finish

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“Our tests so far with IOLITE have been even better than we hoped. The distance saved, the added peace of mind, and energy savings have all been remarkable. We have working prototypes all over the world — from the USA to South America, Europe, and even Australia!”

Swimmers — on your marks! See your way to the finish line in open water better and faster with new IOLITE technology. Lighting your way, the IOLITE LEDs can be attached to your favourite swim goggles and send data in real time. It will keep you on a straight line for the shortest swim possible.

IOLITE helps you to maintain your pace even with the unexpected winds, currents, and hectic environment. Finish the swim portion of a local triathlon or the Ironman with energy to spare while reaching your goal. IOLITE can also help you to keep rhythm in your stroke with the cadence LED. The LEDs can let you know how far you’ve swum already, and make pacing a breeze to the finish.

The best part? Use the goggles of your choice. The LED display is attached to IOLITE through a small waterproof wire that attaches at the back of your goggles or a swim cap. The lights line up to indicate if you are on course, or straying slightly to the right or left. Green means go! The green light display indicates you are exactly where you need to be. In addition, cadence and pace tracking lights are positioned to the right of the directional lights for additional data that is streamed to you during your open water swim.

The inventors (both Ironman competitors) say the testing of the IOLITE has gone better than expected and they are ready for the Beta testing. “Our tests so far with IOLITE have been even better than we hoped. The distance saved, the added peace of mind, and energy savings have all been remarkable. We have working prototypes all over the world — from the USA to South America, Europe, and even Australia!” The project is almost ready to roll. They already have a supply chain for parts set up and quotes from Injection Molding companies, and a supply chain for all the parts set up. The patent is filed and software is ready for the Beta testing phase. What this ‘dynamic duo’ needs now is funding for creation of their Injection Molding tooling. They also need funding for a large enough production run to make IOLITE affordable, some Beta testers of the device firmware, and the software to ensure it is ready for launch (get in line now!). Great perks are waiting for you or the whole swim team.

Find out for yourself all the advantages hooking your goggles to the revolutionary IOLITE has to offer — or help a friend train for the big race! If you want to get in on the Beta testing now is the time. Kickstarter crowd sourced funding can take this from concept to reality in the blink of an eye. Great perks start low price-points. Just $5 gets you an internet ‘high five’… or take your team to the top with a team sponsorship (and a major competitive edge) for just $2,000. Of course there are plenty of perks to rock your look and up your game in between. A $150 pledge gets you an early IOLITE prototype. With IOLITE you can own the course, but only if the product makes it to market.

The clock is ticking with just 15 days left on this hot Kickstarter campaign. Even if you can’t donate — spread the word as far and fast as you can to your networks. For video, pics, how it works, and much more information check out and share the links:

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Company Name: IOLITE
Contact Person: Steve Holm
Email: Send Email
Country: United States
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/603926872/iolite-open-water-swimming-revolution

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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