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This simple device can help improve your posture

This Kickstarter hit offers personalized back support.
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July 6, 2020
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It’s no secret that maintaining good posture is important. But unless you’re planning on employing someone to give you a hard time every time you start to slouch, it can be obnoxiously tricky to live life with great posture.

Enter the Albaro Air Posture Corrector, which makes it incredibly easy to strengthen and correct your subpar posture for just $99.99—over 15 percent off its usual price today.

Available in a variety of sizes, this Kickstarter and Indiegogo favorite provides personalized spinal support using patented air cell technology. All you have to do is use the included hand air pump in order to inflate the corrector, and when you’re ready to release the air you simply press the button on the valve.

You’ll be able to wear it throughout the day without issue, and a specialized air mesh layer in the back prevents sweating and overheating from ruining your new posture routine.

The Albaro’s neoprene wire band is soft and comfortable but firm enough to be effective even after prolonged periods of use, and thanks to double-fabric sewing, the Albaro Air sports excellent durability.

Do your back a favor by improving your posture with help from the Albaro Air Posture Corrector. Usually priced at over $120, this game-changing back-straightener is on sale for just $99.99 right now.

Prices are subject to change.

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