Metabolic fitness platform Ultrahuman has acquired wearable tech startup LazyCo. LazyCo is known for creating Aina rings, which get tasks done in an easy and lazy way. LazyCo was founded by Apoorv Shankar and Yogansh Namdeo. Apart from their flagship product Aina ring, the startup offers numerous wearable and AI-led tech. The startup is made of data scientists and engineers from IISc Bangalore.
Post the acquisition, LazyCo’s founders will lead Ultrahuman’s hardware product development. Ultrahuman will use LazyCo’s way of making tasks effortless in its mission to make health more personalised and impactful.
Ultrahuman was founded by Mohit Kumar and Vatsal Singhal in 2019. The startup offers insightful and personalised nudges to the user based on the collected data on multiple vitals like sleep, exercise and nutrition. It brings in one app for all your fit and healthy lifestyle. The app studies your metabolism and suggests lifestyle changes accordingly.
Ultrahuman has so far raised $25.1 million in 2 rounds of funding. It had raised $7.6 million in its Series A round and later raised $17.5 million in its Series B round. Its investors include Steadview Capital, Alpha Wave Incubation, Kunal Shah, Sujeet Kumar, Mohit Gupta, Deepinder Goyal, Revant Bhate, Vikram Dhingra and iSeed amongst others.