Biohacking Wearables – A Quantlet Review
For over a year now, many in the biohacking industry have been waiting for what some believed would be the most advanced wearable ever created to positively influence our health.
Most wearables are designed to track certain aspects of your health. This isn’t the case with the Quantlet.
The Quantlet device is actually designed to HEAL your body. It was designed by Dr. Jack Kruse, a prominent neurosurgeon with quite a large following in the biohacking sphere and medical device engineer Ruben Salinas.
What’s the Quantlet Do?
We’ve talked quite a bit about many of the dangers of this modern indoor society, but for many people, being indoors for large parts of the day is unavoidable. The Quantlet was designed as a device to offset some of that indoor lifestyle.
When we first heard about this device we were more than excited. The way it was described was music to our ears. So many people could benefit from this thing. Thaddeus and I have followed Dr. Kruse for quite a few years and he really knows his stuff when it comes to optimal health and biohacking.
Using a proprietary set of wavelengths and duration of irradiation parameters developed by Quantum Dynamics, the device emits light through the skin and tissue down to the radial and ulnar arteries, as well as the wrist veins. The light applied triggers targeted, localized and controllable production of nitric oxide, a well-known vasodilator, and neurotransmitter capable of enhancing physical performance by increasing blood flow.
In addition, the Quantlet utilizes thermoelectric coolers (TECs) to regulate core body temperature thereby optimizing physiologic performance. A specially designed heatsink and cooling fan enable the device to achieve remarkable TEC efficiency, enabling its cooling surface to reach low enough temperatures to become an extremely effective heat exchanger for the body, even in relatively hot operating environments.
When I first heard about this device, my first reaction was “WOW!”
I was kicking myself for not picking one up during the Indigogo campaign when they were $400. Now they’re $800!
Now that the device has been delivered to some of the purchasers of the crowd-funding campaign, we thought it was about time to find out what everyone thought of this device and write a review.