People Are Going Crazy Over These Rings For All The Right Reasons.
For thousands of years rings have come to symbolize the commitment a man and a woman make to each other. The styles may have changed and evolved throughout history but the meaning behind it continues to be the bond between a couple in love.
Wedding rings are commonly used on the left hand in the fourth finger or the finger between the pinky and middle finger. It was believed that this finger was the “vena amoris," Latin for the “vein of love,” which ran from fourth finger directly to the heart. Although, this proved to be untrue the tradition continues to follow suit using it on this finger.
Technology has developed a way for couples in love to truly be close to each other when wearing jewelry. It is a way to finally physically feel each other’s heartbeat even when physically apart.
A company called Touch has developed the HB ring which allows users to feel their partner's heartbeats.
It uses traditional metals like rose gold and technology to capture a human's heartbeat.
It took manufacturers from Japan, Germany, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic 2.5 years to produce the ring.
The HB ring is made out of stainless steel, rose gold, and sapphire.
The rings are charged prior to use. You connect the ring to a free app set up by Touch.
After it's charged you put on the ring, tap it, and you hear your loved one's heartbeat immediately.
There are over 100 components used to make the ring.
The designers wanted to create something that was just more than precious metals.
The line in the middle of the ring gives tribute to the vena amoris.
The sapphire makes the ring both precious and almost unscratchable. This will make the ring look newer for years to come.
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