DFree Incontinence Solved

Queensland, Australia

Short Summary

This device is a game changer. DFree is the first wearable device for urinary incontinence. A non-invasive, lightweight sensor attaches to the body and uses ultrasound tech to monitor the bladder & allow patients to make it to the bathroom on time!


Investment Raised
Previous Rounds N/A
Stage MVP/Finished Product
Investor Role Monthly Involvement


  • Easy to use, wearable device to prevent incontinence related accidents
  • Massive market potential in Australia and New Zealand
  • No existing competition in Australia or New Zealand
  • Exisiting, proven product already sold overseas
  • Huge potential cost savings for Governments including falls prevention
Please note: Investing in early stage businesses involves risks, including illiquidity, lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. This platform is targeted solely at investors who are sufficiently sophisticated to understand these risks and make their own investment decisions. This information has not been approved as a financial promotion, and you must carry out your own due diligence.

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