Injury-preventing Running Wearable Stridalyzer receives much critical acclaim, including Best Inventions of 2015

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Stridalyzer Smart Insoles, running wearables that help runners understand and improve their running form and prevent running injuries, receives much critical acclaim from running bloggers and tech gadget reviewers, including Kickstarter Staff Pick, MSN News Best Inventions of 2015 and Kickstarter Pick of the Week from multiple bloggers.

Injury-preventing Running Wearable Stridalyzer receives much critical acclaim from running enthusiasts

30/12/14: Stridalyzer by ReTiSense went live on Kickstarter for its crowd funding campaign on the December 8; they have now reached the last leg of their campaign and are looking forward to completing their goal in a week.

Over a short span of time Stridalyzer garnered support from over 200 backers and are on track to meet their funding goals by Jan 7. Backers have shown their excitement from across 15 countries. Here is a quick sneak peek into what the experts and the media from around globe have to say about Stridalyzer:

"There are now a whole host of devices out there to help you track activities and monitor your fitness, but few go to into the same depth of detail as the Stridalyzer Smart Insoles." - MSN News 'Best new inventions for 2015'

“We've been following Stridalyzer – a pair of connected insoles for runners – since the product was unveiled back in September, and have to say it's one of our favourite Kickstarter projects of the year.” -

“Recently, I was contacted by one of my fellows on GPlus who asked if I’d ever heard of Stridalyzer. I hadn’t, but I reached out to the developers to get more information. They agreed to allow me to do some testing of their product in the near future. I look forward to hearing more from them and trying out this new and exciting technology.” -

“Nothing is worse than a knee injury right? So maybe something like the Stridalyzer Smart Insoles would be something to look into.” -

In the final week of their Kickstarter campaign, ReTiSense has announced a tempting deal for running enthusiasts. They are offering backers their very own Stridalyzer smart insoles for a heavily discounted rate of $90 a pair along with 1 year worth of automated guidance free of cost. [Regular price: $120-$140]. Alternatively running enthusiasts can also opt to get a pair of insoles for $130 along with 1 year of automated guidance and 3 months of expert trainer guidance for free [Regular price: $195 - $215]. They predict these offers to be highly attractive to runners as generally, even just a regular gait analysis session in a lab charges upwards of $150.

Being so close to the end of their month long Kickstarter campaign, Co- Founder, Anshuman Singh says, “I am very grateful to everybody for their support. Their inspiring display of enthusiasm has helped us validate the vision behind the creation of Stridalyzer. This will only push us to work harder towards building the perfect smart insole that can help runners around the world.”

Stridalyzer has one week left to reach their goal of $25,000. Seeing that they have already crossed the $20,000 mark, it seems like they are right on track. Stridalyzer’s estimated delivery time is said to be April 2015; they are currently in the 3rd revision of their prototype.

About ReTiSense:
ReTiSense is a young start up based in Bangalore, India. It was founded in June 2014 by Anshuman Singh and Shuvadeep Sarkar, who have diverse experience in the areas of System Design and Integration, Data analytics and Embedded Design. ReTiSense is built on the foundation of “intelligent sensing” technology, and using sensed data to provide meaningful, actionable guidance.

Stridalyzer is ReTiSense’s first product geared exclusively for running enthusiasts, who want to understand and improve their running form, and prevent injuries.

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