These days it’s easier than ever to stay connected to your loved one. You can call, text, email and video chat whenever you want, but none of it really compensates for them actually being there, especially if you happen to be far apart. But thanks to these rings you can now feel each other’s heartbeats no matter how much distance stands between you.
They’re called HB rings and they’re created by TheTouch. The minimalist designs are made from stainless steel and there’s also a solid rose gold variety available. All the rings come with a Unibody sapphire crystal surface which means they’re virtually unscratchable, and the rings themselves couldn’t be easier to use. Because they’re connected to an app via Bluetooth, all you have to do is tap the ring whenever you’re connected to data or Wi-Fi and you’ll be able to feel your loved one’s heartbeat in real time. If these rings get your pulse racing then head on over to TheTouch’s website where they’re available for pre-order.
The HB Ring lets you feel your loved one’s heartbeat no matter where you are
The rings connect to your phone via Bluetooth and require your phone to be online…
Both the rose gold and stainless steel rings feature a Unibody sapphire crystal surface, which means that you can’t scratch them. They’re also incredibly easy to use.
Just sync them together using a smartphone app, and then tap the ring when you have data or Wi-Fi to connect to your partner’s heartbeat.
You can learn more about these rings (and pre-order your very own) here: TheTouch | Facebook | Bored Panda
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