SriLankan Airlines has teamed up with Twinery – Innovations by MAS, to introduce Spryng smart accessories to its business class lounge in Colombo.
The airline revealed it had introduced the smart accessory as a complementary service to its Serendib lounge at Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport, “to rejuvenate transiting passengers or make ready those embarking on long distance flights.”
Spryng is the latest addition to the portfolio of wearable tech and smart accessories by Twinery and aims to aid muscle recovery.
A wireless, active pneumatic compression wrap mimics natural muscle contractions in the calves, helping to reduce muscle soreness by stimulating blood circulation and increasing cellular oxygen supply.
Using a patent-pending WaveTech compression technology, Spryng is suggested to be ideal for post-long distance flying.
On its website, Spryng suggests: “Spryng… gives you the versatility to do more in your day, powering you up to go from an airplane seat to the ski slopes – or wherever life takes you.”
The portable, rechargeable device has three different intensity settings allowing users to adjust the amount of compression and two compression patterns to choose from.
Vipula Gunatilleka, group chief executive officer of SriLankan, said: “SriLankan is constantly searching for ways and means to delight our valued passengers even more. We are pleased to collaborate with MAS Holdings to provide this revolutionary opportunity to customers at our Serendib Lounge.”