An accompanying app lets users pick the duration and intensity of their backrub session

Tware, a Singapore-based startup, hopes to help ease your back woes with AiraWear, a portable massage device that also functions as an everyday vest or hoodie.

The company is seeking crowdfunding support on Kickstarter for AiraWear, which contains six inflatable compressed air modules that line up with the wearer’s pressure points to allow for an on-the-go massage. With a full battery charge, the device will last for three to six hours, according to Tware.

Users can control its functions with an accompanying smartphone app, and a posture-correcting feature is able to activate AiraWear’s lower back modules if the wearer starts to slouch while sitting down. The app also records posture over time, allowing users to keep track of their improvement.

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