This Chinese Kissing Device With Real-Life Silicone Lips Lets You Smooch Anyone You Love Over the Internet

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Some people find it creepy, while others confess that the device is cute and practical. Either way, people getting hyped over the new invention created by Chinese tech geniuses that allows you to kiss your beloved whenever you want to, even if they’re thousands of miles away. Let’s take a closer look at what this device can do for you, and maybe you’ll be the next person who’ll utter, “Shut up and take my money.”

The device helps promote monogamous love.

The realistic kissing device that has moving lips is made to allow people to feel a “real” bond with their long-distance partners. You can even land kisses on absolute strangers, but the device is designed to promote real monogamous relationships. To use it, you need to have the mutual consent of both parties.

The “lips” of the device are made from silicon. They imitate the actual pressure, movement, and even warmth of a kisser’s lips with the help of sensors. It allows the device to send an exact replica of the smacker to the device of your beloved. It works using a pairing mobile phone app.

For many people, it’s already become a lifesaver.

The kissing device sells at a retail price of $38 each. People who shop on the e-commerce platform Taobao are already snatching up the device in a quantity of more than 100 per month.

Customer reviews tell us that people are actually thankful for the chance to simulate an intimate moment with their loved ones. “Thank you technology” are the words of one very satisfied customer who revealed that he has been in a monogamous relationship with a long-distance girlfriend for years.

The inventor of the device, who goes by the surname Jiang, said he created it while being separated from his long-distance girlfriend for 7 years.

Jiang designed the device so that it activates when paired up with one sender and one receiver at a time. This means that people actually can’t send unwanted kisses to those who are not expecting them at all.

Preview photo credit tongbingxue / Twitter


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