Lexa has started selling a new digital version of its digital flotation devices.
The company’s flotilla device has two cameras that take video of users and sends it to an app.
Users can also upload photos, voice recordings and voice mails, and the company says it’s the “world’s first to enable an end-to-end, peer-to–peer network for users to send and receive flotation.”
The device was introduced earlier this year, but the company had only started offering it to its customers.
The new version comes with a new app that allows users to view a map and set goals for their day.