Introducing the hi-tech way to unhook a bra…

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“Until now, the bra was a piece of clothing to remove, but now it is an instrument to test for true love.”

So much so that Japanese lingerie manufacturer Ravijour has released a hi-tech bra, which only opens when a woman’s heart is racing.

Comprising of a sensor which monitors a woman’s heart rate and other vitals, the data is constantly transmitted via Bluetooth to a mobile phone, unhooking the bra if the woman’s excitement levels increase – or finds “true love” as the advert puts it.

“True love”, as the company call it, is measured when Adrenal Mellule secretes Catechlomine which increases the heart rate when a woman is excited, thus popping off the lingerie.

Labelled the “True Love Tester”, the bra has been designed to help women find their soulmate, with the promotional video released below:

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