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‘Sex Button’ Discreetly Lets Your Partner Know You Want To Do It

‘Sex Button’ Discreetly Lets Your Partner Know You Want To Do It

2 hours ago 0  Shares ‘Sex Button’ Discreetly Lets Your Partner Know You Want To Do It Tue Feb 12 2019 15:34:56 GMT+0000 (GMT) Tue Feb 12 2019 16:48:03 GMT+0000 (GMT) Claire Reid Claire Reid in  Technology Powered by We're all busy people and making time for 'special time' with your better half can take…


We’re all busy people and making time for ‘special time’ with your better half can take a bit of a back seat. If only there was some sort of button you could press that would let your partner that you were DTF, eh?

Well, now there is. There are two buttons, in fact – one for you and one for them.

Thanks to LoveSync, if you’re feeling in the mood,you can discreetly whack your button and your partner won’t know – however, if they also fancy a bit and they hit their button within a set time period,thenthe buttons willglow to let you both know it’s sexy time.

If your partner doesn’t press their button, they’ll never know you hit yours.

TheLoveSyncis currently crowdfunding viaKickStarterand has so far raised more than $3,900 (£3,000) of its $7,500 (£5,800) goal. The product is described as: “An entirely new way to increase your sexual frequency and boost your romantic relationship with the simple press of a button.”

The gadget has a 15-minute consensus window, which isn’t very long, but that can be extended by tapping it more than once. If you give the button five taps, the window will be open for 24 hours, but if you suddenly remember that you have stuff to do, or you no longer fancy it, you can cancel it whenever you want by holding the button for four seconds.

According to the KickStarter pagepage: “WithLoveSyncthere’s no rejection, no guilt and no missed opportunities. Take the luck out of getting lucky and make your move withconfidence!”

The LoveSync is currently raising funds on Kickstarter. Credit: LoveSync/Kickstarter
The LoveSync is currently raising funds on Kickstarter. Credit: LoveSync/Kickstarter

RyanCmich, who founded theLoveSyncwith his wife Jenn, said: “Having used and benefited from theLoveSyncbutton in our own relationship over the past months, my wife and I are convinced in the technology, and that there are many others like us who it will benefit.”

The page goes on: “It provides the most benefit for couples who tend to not be as frequently outward about their sexual desires, but even those with above average drive have room to improve.”

Of course, the alternative to this is… you know, actually just talking to your partner about having sex, but that’s not as cool as this little gadget I guess, so if you want in on the ground floor, you can join the campaign here.

Happy humping.

Featured Image Credit: LoveSync

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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