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The first new wearable bio-sensor in over a decade
THE FUTURE OF WEARABLE HEALTH TECH

Non-invasive and continuous blood glucose insights
for wellness, sports, and medical use*

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*Subject to regulatory approval
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Australian-owned

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$3M raised so far

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Patents-pending in 6 regions

Opuz overcomes roadblocks that prevent competitors from reaching the gold standard

Rich, reliable, real-time insights
Personalised for you
Wellness
Gain insight into your body's unique glucose needs to better hit your lifestyle goals, e.g. diet and metabolic control, concentration, and fatigue management.
Sports
Understanding your body's energy consumption so you can optimise endurance and recovery for peak performance.
Medical
Our work to reach a medical grade product with pre-market authorisation is in progress.
There's never been a wearable like this

Elegant designs blending seamlessly into your lifestyle

While the current design is in a ring form, we are also experimenting with sleek wrist and patch forms to suit all users.

Richer insights with enhanced bio-sensors

Opuz combines the first new wearable bio-sensor in over a decade with traditional wellness sensors to enhance insights.

Inspiration design only

Clinically validated for safe and reliable use

Backed by science and ongoing human trials, Opuz technology demonstrates safety and efficacy through published peer-reviewed research.

Customisable app to see the insights that matter to you

Integrating with both iOS and Android ecosytems, choose from dashboards that reflect your individual needs and goals, whether that's for wellness, sport, or medical use.*

“The 2021 human trial study result demonstrated that continued development of the Opuz prototype is warranted, progressing toward a miniaturised wearable while conducting further clinical studies aimed at generating large volumes of accurate blood glucose level data with a broad spread from hypoglycemia to hyperglycemia ranges.”

Dr. Stephen Calagiuri, MB.BS (Honours Class II) FRACP Professor of Metabolic Health, The University of Sydney

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