ELF Emmit Headband Helps You Match Your Desired Mood

By emitting extra-low frequency electromagnetic pulses, ELF emmit headband helps you match your desired mood for concentration, relieving stress, better sleep and more. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.

ELF Emmit Headband Improves Your Mood

The ELF emmit is an innovative and easy-to-use headband designed to improve your mood for various purposes. The headband measures 5.5 x 4.7 x 0.3 inches, weighs 0.7 oz, and as shown in the images, the wearable has a minimalistic and sleek appearance, and flexible design enables it to fit on different wearers. Meanwhile, its casing is made from polycarbonate and thermoplastic (elastomeric) polyurethane for durability and comfortable wearing experience.

ELF Emmit Headband Improves Your Mood

All humans display 5 different brain waves across the cortex that can be detected by an EEG including Gamma Wave, Beta Wave, Alpha Wave, Theta Wave and Delta Wave, so ELF emmit uses non-invasive and FDA Approved technology known as Pulsed Electromagnetic Stimulation to emit pulses at specific frequencies in order to complement to the brainwaves your body already produces.

ELF Emmit Headband Improves Your Mood

Using its 3.5mm audio connector, you can easily connect the headband with your smartphone, and its custom app allows you to switch between five moods based on your demands including Concentrate, Anti-Stress, Deep Learning, Meditate and Sleep. Every mood mode helps you achieve better performance when you face heavy-duty tasks, need to reduce stress, learn and retain knowledge, control your mental processes or go to bed. In addition, its software is open source, so the headband allows others to develop more apps for more features.

The ELF emmit has been available for preorder via Indiegogo. You can pledge $119 to preorder to the headband. It will be shipped in September this year.

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