Abstract: Deep learning and analysis of heavy metal concentration are very crucial to our life, for it plays an essential role in both environmental and human health. In this paper, we developed a new Cu (II) ions sensor made by all organic material with bending and stretching properties. The new sensor consists of chlorophyll-a extracted from fresh leaves of Common Garcinia, plant fiber and with the use of PDMS as a substrate. Fluorescence spectra study shows that chlorophyll-a is significantly much more sensitive to Cu (II) ions than any other heavy metal ions and the device sensitivity outperforms all the Cu (II) ions sensors ever reported. The result fully shows the selectivity of chlorophyll-a toward Cu (II) ions. Bending and stretching tests show that the sensor has an outstanding durability, which can be used to develop accompanying applications, such as real-time sampling and the analysis of Cu (II) concentration specified in athlete’s sweat or patients with brain death and Parkinson’s disease.