You probably are aware that Amazon introduced and distributed Dash button selectively to order groceries online where they provided one-touch access to select the items. KFC did the same in India in 2017, ordering groceries and food might seem a bit waste of this device. A couple in has designed a dash button to ask if your partner is up for some action. This device is called LoveSync which is like Amazon Dash button for couples who are uncomfortable to talk to their partners about their deed.
This comes in a pair, one is for you and one is for your partner, it provides a subtle cue to your partner about your desires. Pressing LoveSync button sends a message to your partner’s button that you are looking to have some action with him/her.
If your partner responds by pressing the button once then both the buttons will glow in a swirling motion. This indicates a consensus and hence an interesting night out or in this case a night in.
On the other hand, in case your partner not interested and doesn’t response your message and holds the button for 4 seconds, this indicates that the desire is canceled and the green lights will turn on the device. In this case, if you get a canceled desire then LoveSync button have saved you from an embarrassing conversation or an awkward encounter with your partner.
The Kickstarter states about LoveSync button that 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.
If I tell you simply about it, it is for those couples who are too shy to talk about their desires to their partners or have difficulty to understand nonverbal cues.
But the LoveSync button makers believe that this is not just for shy couples but also for those who are vocal about their deed.
They wrote on their website that
By filling out their desire spectrum, LoveSync takes these couples from good sex life to a Great one.
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