Introducing Data Trends and Customized Vibrations

Added on October 15, 2014 by in Lumo Lift Updates

Introducing Data Trends and Customized Vibrations

The Lumo Lift app is now better than ever. Update your app today for a bunch of new features that will help you get more out of your Lumo Lift every day. Track Your Progress with Graphs Tap “Menu” and “Trends” to reveal nifty graphs that show your daily posture and activity progress. See how you’ve been improving over time. Customize Your Buzz The “Sensor” button in the top right corner of the home screen shows you whether or not your Lumo Lift is connected. The green check mark means you’re...

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How to Solve Syncing Issues

Added on October 10, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

How to Solve Syncing Issues

We know that some of you have been running into some pesky issues with syncing your Lumo Lifts – what a pain! There are several potential causes of these issues, including updating to iOS 8. We’re working to fix things on our end, but luckily there are a few quick things you can try that should solve the issue and have you synced and ready to go in no time! If you are having trouble connecting to your Lumo Lift, please try the following troubleshooting solutions:    1) “Kill” the Lumo Lift app by double-pressing...

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Name That Buzz: What Do The Different Vibrations On My Lumo Lift Mean?

Added on October 2, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

Name That Buzz: What Do The Different Vibrations On My Lumo Lift Mean?

We know that it might take a little while to learn the different button functions of your new Lumo Lift and that it is super frustrating to receive mysterious vibrations when you aren’t expecting them. Here’s your quick guide to what Lumo Lift’s vibrations mean: 3 short buzzes indicate that you have successfully Aligned your Lumo Lift sensor. You’ll get these buzzes after you double-press your Lumo Lift to Align. 1 short buzz indicates that you have started a Coaching Session. You can activate a Coaching Session either...

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How To Get Vibrations When You Slouch

Added on September 26, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

How To Get Vibrations When You Slouch

Throughout the day, Lumo Lift discreetly tracks your posture and activity. You can check your progress at any time by opening the app and viewing your data. When you want to receive vibration reminders when you slouch, activate a Coaching Session! Timed Coaching Sessions allow you to really focus on improving your posture for a specific period of time. To enter a Coaching Session, press “Coach” on the main screen of the Lumo Lift app and choose your preferred session duration. Lumo Lift will then vibrate each time you slouch during that time...

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How To View Your Data in the Lumo Lift App

Added on September 23, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

How To View Your Data in the Lumo Lift App

Throughout the day, Lumo Lift tracks your posture as well as your steps, distance-travelled, and calories burned. The main screen of the Lumo Lift app offers a quick view of how you’ve been doing for the past hour, listing your activity as “At Rest,” “Active,” or “Super Active.” For a detailed view that shows your steps, progress toward your goal, distance, and calories burned, simply tap either of the circles on the main screen.  This quick tap will reveal more detail about your data. You can also...

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How To Use Lumo Lift Without The App

Added on September 18, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

How To Use Lumo Lift Without The App

We are hard at work on our Lumo Lift Desktop app for Windows 7+ and Mac, which will be available later this year, as well as our Android app, for release in 2015. In the meantime, however, we know that some of you are anxious to use your new Lumo Lifts without the app. Currently, you are only able to view your data through the app (this might be a good reason to borrow a friend’s iPhone or iPad for a few minutes!), but you can easily use Lumo Lift without connecting to the app to activate timed Coaching Sessions and receive vibration...

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An Update from Lumo CEO, Monisha Perkash

Added on September 11, 2014 by in Lumo Lift Lumo Lift Updates Lumo News

An Update from Lumo CEO, Monisha Perkash

Dear Lumo Lift community, First of all, I would like to thank each and every one of you for your support of Lumo Lift. We have been thrilled and humbled by the tremendous response we have received. That said, I know that the process of crowd-funding and pre-orders has had numerous frustrations, both for us and for our customers. Due to the high demand for Lumo Lift, we experienced several unexpected and unavoidable delays. We really did try to release timelines that we thought were accurate, but were not able to fully predict everything that...

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Lumo Lift Quick Start Guide

Added on August 29, 2014 by in How-To Lumo Lift

Lumo Lift Quick Start Guide

Ready to sit better, stand taller, and feel more confident with your Lumo Lift? We’ve put together a little guide to help you get...

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How To Use the Lumo Lift App [Video]

Added on August 14, 2014 by in How-To Life with Lumo Lumo Lift Video

How To Use the Lumo Lift App [Video]

Once you set up your Lumo Lift, you’ll want to explore the Lumo Lift app. Let’s take a quick tour of the app, shall we?   On the main screen, there are 2 orbs.  The top orb tells you how your posture has been recently, and the bottom orb shows you your recent activity.  Tapping on either orb will show you more detailed information, such as how many good hours of posture you’ve had today, or how many steps you’ve taken, the distance you’ve travelled, and calories burned.   To see historical information, swipe right on the...

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How To Wear Lumo Lift [Video]

Added on August 14, 2014 by in How-To Life with Lumo Lumo Lift Video

How To Wear Lumo Lift [Video]

It’s easy to wear Lift on all of your favorite outfits! Follow these simple instructions to wear Lift securely and track your posture accurately. First, slide the square clasp off of the Lift sensor. Second, place the Lift sensor (the larger oval piece) under your clothes, and use the magnetic square clasp to hold the sensor in place.  The Lift sensor should be worn about one inch below your collarbone. Third, Align your Lift sensor by getting into your best posture then double pressing on the square magnetic clasp.  You will feel three...

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