The shirts, the first set of which all of which are in men’s style, have embedded monitors; reportedly, silver-based thread connects them to a small black box that clips onto the shirt. The box transmits the data to an app running on an iOS phone; the app syncs to an OMsignal server. The shirts themselves can be laundered; the company advises against tossing the box into a washing machine.
OMsignal is making four types of compression shirts — short-sleeved, long-sleeved, sleeveless “strength”, and sleeveless “focus” — in sizes from small to extra large. Prices for shirts themselves range from $79 to $109. The module is $119, but there are package deals for multiple shirts and a single module running from $119 to $359.
Shipping is promised for this summer. Women’s styles are promised for later this year.