If there's one thing guaranteed to annoy your customers, it's being forced to buy something that they don't want. It's been an issue with the forthcoming Lumo Run, a posture-fixing sports wearable that only worked with a pair of custom-made shorts. Thankfully, the company has seen fit to alter its policy and will now release a version that can just clip onto whatever garment you're wearing. The clip-on version is cheaper, too, priced at $99 rather than the $149/$169 you'll pay for extra shorts or capri pants. Even better is that, until the gear launches this summer, pre-order customers can snag one for just $79.99.
Lumo stops forcing you to buy its running shortsThe Lumo Run can now be picked up as a clip-on fitness tracker that'll monitor your posture.
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Lumo stops forcing you to buy its running shorts