Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)
Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)

Lovebox

Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)

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Lovebox Love box Wood + Pixel Heart (Red)

Love Connection
When designer Jean Gregoire went to the US to study at MIT (just wait, this gets really romantic), he wanted to find a new way to send his love to his fiancée, Melodie, back in France. Super sweet, right? His answer was this romantic messenger.

Send heartfelt messages to loved ones—anytime, anywhere in the world—with this modern take on the classic love note. When you send a new message through the easy-to-use app, the chunky heart on the beechwood box spins to alert the recipient. Then, the object of your affection opens the box to read the sentiment on the mirrored screen inside. They can return the virtual embrace by spinning the heart to send a shower of digital hearts to the sender's screen.

Proof positive that romance will never be passé (that's French for "meh"), it's a tangible way to stay connected with special friends, family, and long-distance lovers. Created by Marie Poulle and Jean Gregoire. Designed in France.

MADE FROM: resin, glass, metal, electrical components, paper, beech wood, #7 Other (O) Plastic


MEASUREMENTS:3.54" L x 3.54" W x 3.54" H


CARE: Do not expose to water. Do not expose to heat. The device is restricted to indoor use only.


NOTES: Package contains: The Lovebox, pixel heart, Micro USB cable, power adapter (5V 1A) and user guide. The Lovebox Connected Messenger is compatible with a dual band Wifi network or standard 2.4Ghz home WiFi. It is not compatible with 5Ghz or with most universities or corporate WiFi systems (WPA-Enterprise). See if there is a "guest" WiFi network or contact your institution's IT team to find out how to connect to their network. Not a toy.