Do you know the special connection you have with that person? The most advanced ring in the world lets you feel the heart of the person you love at a distance and in real time.
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In one of the stories that tell the origins of the use of alliances are the Egyptians, pioneered in using the largest symbol of commitment between two people.
Rings exchanged between couples was the way found by the pharaohs to symbolize immortal love.
For over six thousand years of civilization, alliances remained unchanged in their perfection.
Now, with the use of state-of-the-art technology, The Touch has brought the object into another category.
HB Ring is the result of three years of research.
Made with sapphire, one of the toughest materials in the world, and finished in rose gold or stainless steel, the ring has sensors that detect the heartbeat in the ring finger.
With it on your finger, just sync with the app installed on the smartphone via the Bluetooth connection.
From there, both you and your loved one will be connected.
Every time you miss a nostalgia or worry, just double-tap the ring so that it beats a red light to the beat of those who are far away.
In all, there are more than 100 electronic items that make up the product.
All this structure, which remains unnoticeable, allows the wearer to feel the vibration of the beloved's heart in real time, even at a distance.
The internal battery lasts 14 hours, after which the HB Ring needs to be placed wirelessly on the charging platform.
The pair of rings made with gold is $ 2,990 (about 9,800 reais), comes with a charger and is guaranteed for 10 years.
The pair made with steel costs $ 599 (about $ 1,900), also comes with charger and has two years warranty.
There are six sizes available, between 16 mm and 21 mm in circumference.
You can now subscribe to the waiting list on the company's website - click here.
The rings will begin shipping in November / 2016.
Three years of development and over 100 items summarize this project.
Watch below the video that introduces the product.