Maybe it passed your mind once or more: the holiday called Valentine’s Day is a commercialized act. Despite the fact how you feel about this event, coming home empty handed is a no-go with most women. A Valentine’s Day card is fine, a bunch of roses is already better and chocolate is – of course – always a good idea. But do you really want to impress her? We will help you out!
Especially for Valentine’s Day we released a unique love edition of our popular Waterproof Bluetooth speaker. Order the heart-shaped speaker here, so she will be the first to enjoy Valentine’s Day with her favorite music in the shower.More info
She can keep her cold ears warm and listen to her favorite music at the same time. And if you call her, she won’t even have to put off the Earmuffs. She can simply answer the call using the integrated microphone.More info
Valentine’s Day origin
Where Valentine’s Day used to be a feast day to celebrate the canonization of priest Valentinus, who in the 3rd century AD. was beheaded because he secretly married soldiers with their loved ones (singles were more willing to die on the battlefield). Or because a few hundred years ago it was unusual to openly express your love to someone, but on February 14 everyone could surprise his/her lover with a gift or letter, without being punished. That it is caused by the writer Geoffrey Chaucer who wrote “For this was on seynt Valentynes day, Whan every foul cometh ther to chese his mate” in the 14th century, or is it derived from the Roman Lupercalia Festival?
This is actually a post-Valentine gift. It will take a lot of burpees to get rid of that lovely breakfast you serve her on February 14. These wireless headphones connect to any smartphone and are designed to make sure they never fall out of her ears. She can put her smartphone in the Sports Belt, to have 100% freedom of movement.
The only fact are the English immigrants who introduced Valentine’s Day in the United States. The first mass production of lace cards was set up in Boston in 1847. Ever since, Valentine’s Day has become increasingly commercialized and a popular gift-giving event.