During pregnancy, we try and capture all the little moments before they’re gone.
But for dads-to-be, it can be a little more difficult.
It’s not practically possible for them to be there for every kick, but this latest gadget could be a close second to the real thing.
The Fibo bracelet works by attaching a small patch to Mum’s bump that sends a signal to the bracelet on Dad’s wrist.
The signal omits pulses that accurately imitate the movements of the baby, thanks to the rotating beads inside.
And you can save the movement pattern as well, meaning you can go back and relive the memory.
“While the mother gets the first-hand feeling of the little one growing in her belly, the dad can feel a bit left out,” Sandra Pétursdóttir from First Bond Wearables told Newsweek.
“The mama is wearing a kick monitor patch – a technology produced by another startup – which detects the baby’s actions.”
While there is no launch date for the Fibo as of yet, it is expected to hit the market at some point in 2018.