Lovebox

Digital Love Note

LoveBox Co-Founder Jean Gregoire created the digital box-meets-love-notes receiver when he was studying at MIT in Boston—and missing his girlfriend back home in France. When Co-Founder Marie Poulle checked it out, she thought it would be a great way to connect with her sister in London. The duo realized that Jean’s box could be used by just about anyone to stay in touch with those who matter most. Part of the beauty of Lovebox is its simplicity. It looks like a beautifully made wooden box—and it is. But under the lid is a digital screen that displays messages sent from up to 20 family members, friends, or all-around special people. The pixelated heart spins to alert you a message is waiting inside—which is almost as exciting as actually reading the message. Give the heart a spin to let the sender know how much their words mean to you. They’ll get a shower of hearts on their screen to tide them over until you can be together again.

Lovebox

Spinning Heart Messenger

Digital Love Note

LoveBox Co-Founder Jean Gregoire created the digital box-meets-love-notes receiver when he was studying at MIT in Boston—and missing his girlfriend back home in France. When Co-Founder Marie Poulle checked it out, she thought it would be a great way to connect with her sister in London. The duo realized that Jean’s box could be used by just about anyone to stay in touch with those who matter most. Part of the beauty of Lovebox is its simplicity. It looks like a beautifully made wooden box—and it is. But under the lid is a digital screen that displays messages sent from up to 20 family members, friends, or all-around special people. The pixelated heart spins to alert you a message is waiting inside—which is almost as exciting as actually reading the message. Give the heart a spin to let the sender know how much their words mean to you. They’ll get a shower of hearts on their screen to tide them over until you can be together again.
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Quick Questions

Does the Lovebox have a battery?

The Lovebox does not have a battery. It needs to be plugged into a power source at all times.

Do I need a WiFi connection? How do I connect the Lovebox to my WiFi?

Yes, the Lovebox requires WiFi connection in order to be set up and receive messages. Lovebox 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. When you connect your Lovebox for the first time, it will ask you to connect it to its own WiFi to configure it. See the user guide here for more information.

Does the heart keep spinning until they open the box?

Yes, it does.

What can I send on my Lovebox?

Lots of love. You can send messages up to 168 characters but also smileys and small drawings.

Can I view the messages I receive later?

No, the message will remain on the screen for up to a minute or until you return the lid to the box. If you received multiple messages, the messages will display on the screen one after the other.

When I spin the heart does everyone connected to my box receive a shower of hearts on their app?

Yes.

Do I need a subscription for the app?

No, no subscription needed. You just need to download the free app, (which is available on iOS and Android).

Learn more about the product

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Lovebox

Spinning Heart Messenger

Digital Love Note

LoveBox Co-Founder Jean Gregoire created the digital box-meets-love-notes receiver when he was studying at MIT in Boston—and missing his girlfriend back home in France. When Co-Founder Marie Poulle checked it out, she thought it would be a great way to connect with her sister in London. The duo realized that Jean’s box could be used by just about anyone to stay in touch with those who matter most.

Part of the beauty of Lovebox is its simplicity. It looks like a beautifully made wooden box—and it is. But under the lid is a digital screen that displays messages sent from up to 20 family members, friends, or all-around special people.

The pixelated heart spins to alert you a message is waiting inside—which is almost as exciting as actually reading the message. Give the heart a spin to let the sender know how much their words mean to you. They’ll get a shower of hearts on their screen to tide them over until you can be together again.
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Quick Questions

Does the Lovebox have a battery?

The Lovebox does not have a battery. It needs to be plugged into a power source at all times.

Do I need a WiFi connection? How do I connect the Lovebox to my WiFi?

Yes, the Lovebox requires WiFi connection in order to be set up and receive messages. Lovebox 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. When you connect your Lovebox for the first time, it will ask you to connect it to its own WiFi to configure it. See the user guide here for more information.

Does the heart keep spinning until they open the box?

Yes, it does.

What can I send on my Lovebox?

Lots of love. You can send messages up to 168 characters but also smileys and small drawings.

Can I view the messages I receive later?

No, the message will remain on the screen for up to a minute or until you return the lid to the box. If you received multiple messages, the messages will display on the screen one after the other.

When I spin the heart does everyone connected to my box receive a shower of hearts on their app?

Yes.

Do I need a subscription for the app?

No, no subscription needed. You just need to download the free app, (which is available on iOS and Android).

Learn more about the product

Spinning Heart Messenger see details
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