REVIEW: Congratulations on your very good elevator and the pitch. The video would be definitely much better choice that narrative over the images in transferring your passion and energy, so I do not fully understand why did you miss that chance and not used video. (Do not worry about the privacy, it does not exist anymore). Your speech volume is of low level, and to better transfer your passion and energy, keep it a few notches up. Initially, you did not offer any rough tech specs, of the product, which did not give the investors some tech ideas about your product, so they cannot easily assess the feasibility for investment, competiveness and market success. Also, the price you set is too high, so if you want to be and stay competitive, consider lower price. To me $70-100 would be much more appealing price. You have some big wearable industry players as powerful competitors, and you did not provide any analysis of competitor products, nor provided side-by-side comparison with your product, to show investors why they should care about your bracelet, not competitor bracelets. To make this venture pitch perfect, I suggest using video as the most powerful medium, cover the competition and employ your team to research the possible manufacturing costs (I believe they should not exceed $20 per piece), offer some specs of your product (even wish list), so that way you’ll really get investors highly interested and they may accept your suggestion and invest into the product. You did not define what happens after the series B is done and your exit strategy. Anyway, you decently covered the most important aspects of your venture, and I RECOMMEND it for investment. I hope that these suggestions will be helpful to you and your team to launch quite decent venture and profit. Regards, Milorad.