Bluetens is a French company, founded in 2014, that has created the first connected electrostimulation device.
It has been developed by health and sports professionals and it is medical certified.
It has been on the market since February 2015 and it is available in stores since September 2015.
Bluetens was awarded with one of the most prestigious labels for its design.
Bluetens is part of the best French start-up selection.
Bluetens received a medical certificate for its positive impact on health.
Bluetens adventure highlights since its launch in February 2015.
Bluetens becomes Pharmavie network’s partner. Medical certified and recognized for its positive impact on health, Bluetens electrotherapy module, controlled from a mobile application (iOS/Android), has naturally found its place among pharmacies. The French start-up has decided to be associated with the pharmaceutical sector’s leader to expand its distribution in the market.
This group is made of more than 3 500 pharmacists and 6 000 associates (pharmacy dispensers, nutritionists…) and operates in approximately 800 pharmacies all over France.
Another reason of interest of this partnership for Bluetens is to be able to rely on the expertise of these health professionals as well as on their expertise in consulting and supporting 300,000 customers visiting their pharmacies every day.
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Bluetens introduces its device and App to the famous Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (United States). This public fair, considered the most important high-tech event in the world, commonly serves as a launch pad for products that are presented in exclusive preview. Major international groups’ innovations appear alongside those of young talents and attract more than 150,000 participants in three days, not to mention the many media representatives covering the event.
Released one year before making it to Arizona, Bluetens still makes an impression on the spot and allows its team to collect numerous contacts. This B2B (Business-to-Business) event opens even more the world-wide doors of connected objects to Bluetens.
This major event gathered more than 3,500 exhibitors, from January 6th to 9th, among those there were nearly 200 French Tech start-ups (part of the French Tech label, including Bluetens), accompanied on-site by Emmanuel Macron, the Minister of Economics.
Leveraging on its leading position in the consumer market, Bluetens broadens its range of products for the use and protection of its device’s material.
Starting from November ’15, there are several new accessories available for sale: a satchel designed to accommodate the electrostimulator and its accessories (electrodes, USB cable for charging, cable snap… ) is available in stores, a pack of 8 M electrodes larger than the S size electrodes, intended to target two body parts at the same time; and a very practical belt clip to free the users’ hands during sessions.
After months of successful tests, the first Bluetens are launched on the commercial market. They are first commercialised by the Go Sport group before appearing on the shelves of specialized department stores such as Darty, Fnac or Boulanger.
At the same time , the brand approached high level athletes and constituted its team of ambassadors. The first two athletes seduced by Bluetens innovation are the french sprinter Véronique Mang (relay bronze medal 4 × 100m of the Athens Olympic Games in 2004) and the tricolor handball player William Accambray (winner of the London Olympic tournament 2012 and double world champion of the specialty in 2011 and 2015).