Follow these easy steps to put on and take off your Shirt.
Putting your Shirt on (it will be easier when you’re dry and clean!)
1. Fold up the lower part of your Shirt.
2. Put one arm through in the arm opening, then the head through the collar and finally the other arm in the other arm opening.
3. Fold down the Shirt over your lower body.
Tip: It will be easier to put on and take off your shirt if you remove your glasses and/or hair accessories.
Applying cream* on the cardiac sensors of your Shirt
1. Roll up the lower part of the Shirt to expose the abdominal cardiac sensor or electrode (bronze patch).
2. Apply a nickel-sized amount of your glycerin-based cream to the abdominal cardiac sensor. Do not rub the cream in the fabric.
3. Roll the lower part of the Shirt back down.
4. For the thoracic cardiac sensors, gently stretch the armpit opening on the right side of your Shirt until you are able to see one of the thoracic cardiac sensors.
5. Apply a nickel-sized amount of your glycerin-based cream to the cardiac sensor. Again, do not rub the cream in the fabric.
6. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the other thoracic cardiac sensor.
7. Fasten the elastic belts.
* Note: keep in mind that if you are using water instead of cream, you might have to re-moisten the cardiac sensors more frequently (every ~ 1-2 hours) than if you are using cream (every ~ 24 hours or whenever you take off your Shirt and put it back on). However, if you are performing intense physical activity, your sweat will replace the water.
You simply need to connect your Hexoskin Device then you are good to go!
Taking your Shirt off
1. Remove the elastic belts, and unplug the Hexoskin Device.
2. Gently roll your Shirt up your torso.
3. Cross your arms to grab the rolled-up part of the Shirt.
4. Gently pull the Shirt over your head.
See the online videos for instructions on putting on and taking off the Hexoskin Shirt at hexoskin.com/pages/start.
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