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Pavlok, a Boston startup business with a wearable tool that actually shocks you into behaving better, has raised financing from Michigan financial backing company IncWell, the company disclosed.

The amount of the funding round wasn’t disclosed (though an information release claimed the examination is for the “optimal assets amount their fund enables.”)

Pavlok Users Speak Out About This Shocking Fitness Device, cool electronicsPavlok Users Speak Out About This Shocking Health and fitness Device

IncWell is a seed-stage endeavor company established in 2013 by Tom LaSorda, the former Chief Executive Officer of Chrysler Corp. In the launch, the company described Pavlok as ‘a disruptive innovation with the capacity for substantial, favorable impact to culture and a market without bounds.’

A graduate of the Bolt hardware startup business program in Boston, Pavlok required to Indiegogo last Nov and also raised about $274,000 from 1,600 backers.

Pavlok’s wristband establishes off a moderate electrical shock when you don’t accomplish the healthy goals you have actually adjusted for yourself, as a method to aid you crack bad habits.

Along with Bolt, other financiers in Pavlok have actually included Dave Asprey, J.J. Virgin, John Romaniello, Ramit Sethi, Michael Fishman and Steve Kamb, baseding on the information release.