Ditto Wearable Tech for Smartphones


Ditto is a clip on device that vibrates in customized patterns to give you notifications from your smartphone. In situations where you can’t hear or feel your phone Ditto uses Bluetooth technology to let you know if you receive a call or a text. You can set the pattern it vibrates in the differentiate between, call, texts and emails. It can notify you of new developments at your favorite sites like Facebook, Instagram, Uber, Snapchat, WeChat, WhatsApp and/or Google Hangouts. If an alarm or timer goes off in your phone Ditto will tell you. You can set it so only certain things will set it off so there aren’t a lot of unwanted distractions.

Ditto is very small, 1.5 x 0.9 x 0.4 inches and weighs only 1.6 ounces. You can clip it onto your watchband, bra strap or anywhere. It is waterproof so it can even be worn on your swimsuit! It was made to be tough and durable and is compatible many different types of smartphones. It is controlled by a free app that is available at the AppStore and Google Play. Ditto runs on a battery. It will let you know when the battery is running down. It uses a CR 1632 battery which can be ordered on Amazon Prime.

The brains behind Ditto are those of Bob Olodort, Marc Guren and Neal Pecchenino. They simply wanted to eliminate missed calls and notifications by producing a device that was customizable and discreet. They made the device and the app so that they could be updated to the latest software so that Ditto will always work for you! Ditto was produced by finds from Kickstarter.com bringing this great idea into fruition.

Get Ditto here – Ditto Wearable Tech for Smartphones – Black


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