They say far from the heart, far from the mind. But what if your hearts stay close – at all times, no matter where you are?
HB rings, created by The Touch, make it possible for you to remain connected with your loved one in the most romantic way still possible in the digital era – with their help you can feel the heartbeat of your significant other, may he (or she) be in the living room, at work or travelling to Paris. The distance between you is not an obstacle (anymore).
Real-time heartbeat of loved one can now be experienced on your ring. The rings are connected to an app via Bluetooth connection. When you are able to use Wi-Fi, you just tap the ring and there it is - the actual heartbeat of your loved one.
HB Ring is 3.8mm thick and 12.1mm wide. It is available in six sizes: 16mm, 17mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, and 21mm.The form of the rings is simplistic. They are crafted from stainless steel, but if you prefer, you may also choose another variant – a solid rose 18K gold edition, "as a tribute to history", which is harder than conventional gold, more scratch and wear resistant. The company claims they offer the largest exposed sapphire surface on any ring yet, making HB Ring "not only precious, but also almost unscratchable."
The Touch goes as far to say that HB Ring - being the result of 2.5 year development to ensure hardware meets the initial design and with over 100 components hidden inside the final product - is, in fact, "the most sophisticated ring in the world." Accordingly, with the HB Ring also comes "the most exquisite charger for any wearable in the world."
The rings are, as expected, sold in pairs. You will need to pay $600 for a pair of stainless steel and sapphire crystal models, and from $3,000 up for a pair of 18K rose gold variants.
If this is something you see wearing to monitor your other half's heartbeat, the rings are available to pre-order at the Touch website. Pre-orders actually already began on August 2, with the 18k gold model shipping in November, and the stainless steelversion in December this year.