A Danish company has developed a “Fitbit”-style bracelet, the Fibo, which allows men to feel what it’s like to be pregnant. Well, not really. But it does allow dad to know whenever the baby kicks in the womb, so it's as close as they can probably get.
Here’s how it works ... The pregnant woman wears a “kick monitoring” device on her stomach that sends signals to the bracelet, which contains four small beads that mimic the baby’s movements by rotating and pressing on the wrist of the person wearing it. Pretty cool, right?
Fibo plans to rent out the device instead of sell it, because after 9 months you typically don't need it again for awhile. This allows the company to make sure users always have the latest, up-to-date versions. Fibo will also collect movement data from your babe and then used it to create a unique jewelry design that can be kept as a keepsake.