Valentine’s day is half a month away, and if you’re looking to surprise your partner on that day, you may want to prepare something as early as now.
Techy gifts may not look romantic, but they are a wonderful means to let your partner know that you love them and they’ll always be in your heart.
Here are some of those tech gifts to get the romance flowing on Valentine’s day:
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Organic flowers look pretty for a time, but they will eventually wilt if they are not watered or even planted soon. With LEGO’s Flower Bouquet collection, however, you can show that your love for your partner will never die.
After all, nothing shows that you love a person by putting effort into assembling a LEGO flower and giving it to them. Sure, it may look corny, but it’s the thought and your efforts that count.
You can choose to give two long-stem red roses, though, which are easier to assemble and more time-saving if you’re in a pinch.
LEGO’s Flower Bouquet is on sale for $59.99.
Ever wanted to enframe a video of you and your partner and display it at your place for you to be inspired with? Infinite Objects has the perfect solution for your problem.
The company lets you upload a video of your choice and edit it with its Creator Tool before sending the finished product to them. Once the company receives your video, it will convert your video into a GIF file for them to print and frame.
Once done, they will ship the finished frame, which will turn on in your hands. After which, your partner may hang it on a wall or place it on their desk for them to look to for inspiration.
Infinite Objects’ services start at $79.
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You and your partner won’t always be together. Sometimes, one of you has to work or study overseas to either make dreams come true or provide for the family.
Thankfully, Bond Touch is offering a bracelet called Bond Touch that can let your partner know that you’re thinking of them. According to Bond Touch’s official website, the bracelet replicates you and your partner’s touch through gentle vibrations, with them lighting up based on the color you two agreed on.
The bracelets’ bands can also be changed to give their wearer different sensations of vibrations. Last but not least, the bracelet can stay on for four days without recharging, allowing you to stay in touch with your partner all day and night.
A pair of bracelets cost $117.30 at Bond Touch’s official website – a discounted price from the device’s previous $138 price tag.
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Ember’s Travel Mug 2 that features the same functionalities as the upcoming Travel Mug 2+, only without Apple’s Find My functionality.
Drinking coffee is a great way to start the day, but sometimes, no one has time to enjoy a fresh cup of joe in the morning due to work or school.
One product allows your partner to get their morning dose of java into their body even while on the go. The Ember Travel Mug 2 has a touch display that allows users to dictate how warm or hot they want their 12-ounce drink to be. This change can also be done through the Ember companion app available on both iOS and Android devices.
What’s more, the device can keep beverages as hot or warm as their user wants for up to three hours.
Ember’s Travel Mug 2 costs $199.95. An upgraded version, the Ember Travel Mug 2+ will be available soon, but that is a long way off from Valentine’s.
(Photo : Hazelight Studios | EA)
It Takes Two may be a video game, but it is based around enriching a couple’s relationship through solving puzzles, overcoming obstacles, and teamwork.
The game has you and your partner take the role of a married couple on the brink of a divorce, which may set up discussions that could culminate in discussions that could either fix or enrich your relationship.
Sometimes, it takes some puzzles and teamwork to get you and your partner to face the world as a couple again.
It Takes Two is currently on sale with a 63% discount until Feb. 3.
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