For a peace of mind when you go out to eat: Nima will tell you if what you're eating is truly gluten-free.


You love to hang out with friends in restaurants and enjoy good food, but you need your food to be gluten-free. Even if the friendly staff or a good friend who just made you cookies believe the food you're asking about is suitable for you, no one can be 100% sure. This is where Nima comes to the rescue!

Nima is a small, handy portable device with an OLED display that will tell you what exactly 'hides' in the food you're about to eat: all unwanted ingredients, beginning with gluten. This is a gluten tester you can carry around in your pocket anywhere you go, so you never need to worry about what you eat again - a very small price to pay for your peace of mind.

How it works? Just take a tiny sample of food and put it in a proprietary disposable capsule. Insert the capsule in Nima and in about 3 minutes the device will tell you if there is 20 parts per million or more of gluten in your sample of food. You can test anything from soups and sauces to fried items and baked goods, but not soy sauce, pure vinegar, beer, or alcohol.

Nima is powered by a 300-mAh LiPo battery (one suffices for over 20 tests) and uses a BLE (Bluetooth low energy) connection to work with your smartphone (iPhone or Android device with a Bluetooth connection).

If you love Nima and think it can do you good, you can purchase it here, with starter kit priced at $279. The kit includes one Nima device, three one-time-use test capsules, one micro-USB battery re-charging cable and a carrying pouch. If you are not happy with your Nima, you can return it within 30 days.

May 25, 2017 Living photo: Nima Sensor/via Facebook

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