I wanted to write a fair and honest RE-vibe product review to share with all of you. I was wondering if and how it actually worked. When the company reached out to me, I decided to accept their free product to share my reaction with all of you. This anti-distraction wristwear is to help you and/or your family stay on task.
How does RE-vibe work? It doesn’t sense when you are off task, what it does is sends you a simple vibration reminder so that you can ask yourself if you are doing what you are supposed to be doing. It comes with different settings for those who are mildly distracted (10 minute vibrations), moderately distracted (7 minute vibrations), Significantly Distracted (every 5 minutes), and HOMEWORK mode (3 minutes BUT a 15 minute break for 5 minutes)!
My daughter has about 45 minutes of homework a night but it takes her about an extra 30 minutes to get finished because of the distractions. Just trying something NEW like the RE-vibe is going to definitely help her out. I am actually a school teacher and I have many students who find themselves being distracted. I PERSONALLY find myself getting distracted when I am blogging. I work with a lot of brands and campaigns that I am easily distracted from going back and forth through tons of tabs.
RE-vibe was nice enough to send me a $5 off coupon for anyone interested in purchasing their product through www.FokusLabs.com. Use the code 5FORFRIENDS at checkout for a nice savings! It retails for $100. If you are that much more productive at work, time is money and it will totally be worth the purchase.
Gladys Parker says
This would be great for people, like me, that go to return an action at night and realize that they never got around to putting their action in during the day for lack of staying on task! Where was Re-Vibe when my children were in school?
How interesting and unique! I suppose this is would be amazing help for those with ADD!
About the only thing that can distract me is my cat–and she is REALLY good at it!! This would definitely help me to remember what I was just going to do before my cat’s paw (leg) was placed across my keyboard–or her body in front of the screen.