Bond Touch Bracelets bring lovers closer together when you’re apart
With the Bond Touch Bracelet, when one of you touch your bracelet the other will feel it, no matter where they are in the world! The Bond Bracelets are great for couples who are apart, and lets you feel closer to your loved one.
- How Does Bond Touch work? A pair of Bond Touch bracelets for you and for your dearest. When you touch it, they feel it. No matter where they are on the planet.
- Bond Touch App – Open your Bond Touch App to follow your partner’s status and get notified when you miss a touch. Everything in the Bond Touch App
- What’s included? 2 boxes wrapped in a sleeve. One for you and one for your loved one. Each box contains 1 Bond Touch with a black TPU band, 1 USB Charger and an user manual
- Customizable Colors – When you send a touch, your partner’s bracelet will light up in the color of your choice. Choose your favorite from a wide range of colors
- Waterproof & Vibration – You can take Bond Touch wherever you go – even into the pool up to 3 feet / 1 mete
- Long Battery Life – Enjoy a battery life of up to 4 days and stay in touch all day and night
My love is being deployed across seas to Kuwait for the Army and we both know that there aren’t going to be too many times where we are able to chat on the phone or skype/facetime each other with the time change and her schedule over there. I wanted to find something that would keep us close even though we are going to be so far away. These are so awesome. The touches are vibrant and every time I receive one from her, a huge smile comes across my face. It’s a simple, yet amazing way to let your significant other know that you’re thinking about them. You don’t need wifi, just a bluetooth connection to your phone. Thank you Bond for keeping us close. PS. Our 15 month old loves feeling the touches and loves sending his mom touches as well.
Kiely Callahan –
disappointed because you can just text someone rather than using the bracelet… my boyfriend and I are off grid, no phone people, and when this got delivered and I read the directions, I was upset, because I thought this was the perfect gift for us
Editing to add that after just one month of use, both mine and my husband’s bracelets keep disconnecting from the app and then they fail to work entirely. We both keep our apps open, with data/wifi working, and Bluetooth on at all times. They still randomly disconnect and we have to reset everything to get them to work. Frustrating.There are some pretty crucial points I’d like to make about this bracelet having worn it for a couple weeks now. My husband and I don’t necessarily have a long distance relationship, but he is a truck driver and although he’s considered “local”, he still works hours away from home. Most days, he leaves home for his route at about 3:30-4 am, and might not return home until 7pm. By the time he’s home, he’s exhausted. It leaves very little time that we’re actually together, so for our 10 year anniversary, I decided to get these. He can’t look at his phone while on the road, so this seemed really functional for us so that I could let him know I am thinking of him without it being a distraction, and vice versa.I’ll start with the dislikes/issues first as I feel they are probably what will impact the most.1. Saying they work anywhere in the world is a myth. You have to have a good internet connection on your smartphone for these to work— whether that be WiFi or mobile data. If you or your significant other are in an area with low signal, forget about this working. The phone also has to be within 10ft of the bracelet or it doesn’t work.2. You have to have the app open on your phone at all times for this to work. And yes, it does drain your phone battery having it open all the time.3. The vibrations feel (and sound) exactly like a phone vibrating against your wrist, and it’s not always that pleasant. When I read the description of these bracelets, it said something to the effect of you would feel your partner’s touch exactly as they touch it. With technology as advanced as it is, I guess I was expecting it to mimic, in a way, an actual touching sensation vs a numbing vibration. You can get the same effect from sending a text to a person whose phone is on vibrate without spending $100 on bracelets lol.4. The “wake up”. You’re supposed to tap the bracelet twice to “wake it up” prior to each use, however it’s very inconsistent. There are times where I tap, and tap, and tap, and then beat this thing against the palm of my hand and it still won’t turn on. Yet there are other times when I slightly move my wrist a certain way and it turns on. Not sure what’s up with that.5. Glitches/lags. The touches do tend to lag, but again, it’s inconsistent. Sometimes I’ll get my husband’s touch a mere 5 seconds after he sends it, sometimes it take 20+ minutes. We haven’t figured out any obvious reasons why. I’ve also found that it sometimes glitches, and even though my phone is on me with my app open and good internet connection, the touches don’t go through to the bracelet. Instead, I just get the notification in the app saying I might have missed touches.6. Battery life/charging. For whatever reason, my husband’s battery lasts a lot longer than mine despite the fact that we use the bracelets about the same amount. If anything, I think he sends me more touches than I send him, yet his bracelet will sometimes last a whole day longer than mine. Mine seems to die in about a day and a half. The chargers are also very unique (and SUPER short), so if yours breaks, you’re out of luck unless you order a new one directly from the company.Now for the pros:1. This is a really cool concept, and it does make a super sweet gift if you have the means to buy and use it.2. I like that you can customize the bracelets with your choice of light color, and you can buy different colored bands.3. The app is user friendly and does a good job of keeping track of your touches. So, even if you miss some, it will let you know.4. They fit a multitude of wrist sizes because the band is highly adjustable. It is also comfortable to wear and doesn’t seem to come off too easily, so you don’t have to worry about losing it.5. It is waterproof, up to 3 meters. I haven’t actually submerged it completely in water to see just how well it holds up, but water has gotten on mine and it has been fine.6. You can get creative and make your own codes. For example, three quick touches= “I love you”. Or if you’re together at an awkward family gathering and you feel like it’s time to dip out, you can discreetly tell your partner by sending a bunch of rapid taps lol.So, decide for yourself. If after reading all this, you still feel compelled to buy, you probably won’t be disappointed.
My girlfriend got us a set of bond touchs last time she visited. For about 3 months we buzzed each other with them all the time. It was a great way to feel close and interact in a kind of physical way while being far apart. It had its issues, like the app always has to be open for them to work and the BlueTooth range isn’t fantastic, but overall I brought us a lot of happiness. After 3 months of consistent, but normal use, I went to send a buzz and realized the faceplate had fallen off. I didn’t stress too much because I hadn’t dropped it or damaged it, and I’d had it less than a year, so I figured they would just replace it, and I’d just have to wait for shipping. I was wrong. They told me the damage was too extensive to be covered by the warranty, even though the warranty doesn’t mention the extent of the damage and told me I must have done something to break it. And that’s it. No one else to talk to, no way to appeal the decision, just Brenda from Bond Touch telling me to take a long walk off a short pier. Long story short, good product, just be ready to buy a new one every few months.
I bbn love being able to send and receive touches throughout the day
Kamoulakos Nicole –
I liked it but me n the partner are no longer together or in contact ,so I would please like to send them back n get my money back
This thing doesn’t work without wifi, has to have the app runned in background, has to be charged really often, will send you a notification every time you get a touch from your partner, at this point just send her/him a message, it’s pretty useless. It is a really expensive gift for what it is, it really should be under 100$ for the pair
Xristina Saroglaki –
I bought it as a gift and we love it. It’s a little tricky at the beginning to figure out how to send touches and stuff but overall we are very happy with it and it’s easy to use. The app is good as well.
So I baught the bond bracelet for Valentine’s because my boyfriend lives in Germany and I in UK. I had never known anything like this existed so was very excited and sent his one to him. What was annoying was getting it to him because of new postage changes due to leaving the EU . But it did get there to him and we video called and set them up he was so surprised but very appreciative of the gift and how we are able to use it to send vibrations to each other during the day . Or wake the other up with a vibration. Sometimes we share photos. But yes Corona has left us separated for so long that I really wanted something that would just give us that little extra bit of contact…and its so easy to reply wether one is at work as all it takes is tapping your bond bracelet…Sometimes I dont reply immediately just so that he gets a little suprise when he least expecting it. Love it must buy for long distance relationship very hapy with its sound quality and how easy it is to use !
I love it but my boyfriend hates it because he thinks it is very childish for a 45 years old to wear and presume his mates would laugh at him. He refused to use it.Just a reminder if you are buying for any old fashioned male, worth checking if they accept the concept and appreciate the thought before buying.