LoveSync £55 ‘sex button’ tells your partner it’s time BONKING time – to make seduction less awkward

LoveSync £55 ‘sex button’ tells your partner it’s time BONKING time – to make seduction less awkward

A NEW “sex button” is promising to help you get jiggy with your partner more often. The LoveSync is a new gadget aimed at couples who w

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A NEW “sex button” is promising to help you get jiggy with your partner more often.

The LoveSync is a new gadget aimed at couples who want to “increase their sexual frequency” – but simply can’t work up the courage to ask for a steamy night of lovemaking.

The LoveSync sex button is designed to signal the desire for a bonking session to your partner
Kickstarter
It’s designed to prevent the awkwardness of physically asking for sex

LoveSync is a pair of connected buttons that indicate to your partner that it’s time for some rumpy-pumpy.

So how exactly does it work? First, you place a button at each of your bedsides, and plug them into a power socket.

If you start feeling frisky, you can “anonymously” tap your button, which will “store your desire” for a limited period of time.

Then if your partner is also “feeling a bit randy”, they’ll tap their button too.

The gadget was created by Ryan and Jenn, who hope it will increase the “sexual frequency” of buyers
Kickstarter

If there’s a consensus, it lets you both know with a swirling glow.

And that’s when the bonking begins.

The “consensus window” lasts about 15 minutes, but can be increased up to 24 hours using additional taps – if you’re really desperate.

If you lose all hope of a cheeky bonk, you can cancel the “desire” using a four-second button hold.

If you both want to get freaky, the buttons will show a spinning light
Kickstarter
LoveSync
Two buttons cost about £55 at full price
LoveSync

“You’re in love, but you don’t always know when your partner is in the mood for romance…and sometimes you get shot down. So, you stop trying as often,” the LoveSync’s creators explain.

“Even if occasional rejection doesn’t bother you, you may be worried of leaving your partner feeling guilty that their libido isn’t always matched up to yours.

“Other times, you’d be game, but you let the moment pass because you’re not quite motivated enough to be the one who makes the first move.

“With LoveSync there’s no rejection, no guilt and no missed opportunities. Take the luck out of getting lucky and make your move with confidence.”

LoveSync
You can increase the window your partner has to respond by tapping additional times – up to a maximum of 24 hours
LoveSync

The Kickstarter project is already well on its way to success.

The creators have attracted £2,770 in funding from 74 backers, with 28 days left to make it to the £5,830 goal.

Kickstarter “early birds” can get a pair of LoveSync buttons for $44 (~£34), which is about a 40% discount.

But the full price at launch will be roughly $73 – about £55 for Brits.

However, you’ll be waiting a little while to get your hands on one.

Estimated delivery is August 2019, which is a long time to wait to find out if your partner is up for a frisky night in the sack.


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Do you think this sex button would improve your relationship? Let us know in the comments!


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