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Ditto: A wearable device that helps you with missed calls & notifications

Ditto: A tiny wearable notification device that allows you to stop worrying about missed calls or left-behind phones.


You’re probably thinking, “oh great, another wearable”, but Ditto is a wearable device you can actually use in your daily life.

If you’re like any other person with a smartphone these days, missing an important phone call or email can be devastating. Or what about losing your phone? It seems these days losing your smartphone is the modern day equivalent of losing your first born. OK, not really but you get what I’m trying to say.

Ditto - Wearable device that notifies you

Ditto helps people stay connected, without always having to check your phone. The device vibrates when someone important is trying to get in touch. It’s tiny and really light weight, so you can fit it in tiny pockets. It’s even got a clip that allows you to attach it anywhere like a shirt collar, waist band, or braw strap.

Ditto vibrates anytime you get a call, email, texts, or any other notifications that you’ve set up as your favorites in the Ditto app. What’s even cooler is that you can even customize the vibrations so you’ll know exactly when to check your phone.

Some other notable features:

  • Digital Tether – If you leave your phone behind somewhere, it will vibrate and let you know.
  • Silent wakeup alarm
  • it’s waterproof.

One of the best things about Ditto? You never have to charge it! After months of use, Ditto will notify you to replace it’s low-cost lithium battery.


Ditto is currently running a crowdsourcing campaign on Kickstarter. You can get your hands on one for only $29 if you back them up now. They plan to sell them at $49.99.

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