PELHAM, N.Y. -- In the mood for love?
It is, almost Valentine's Day, after all. Though for Pelham resident Chris Choulet it's Valentine's Day almost every day. That's because the former banker turned entrepreneur developed a new product called the Moodsign.
According to the product's website, it's basically a way to “spice up your sex life," or, as Choulet explains, "It's a simple, easy to use, discreet and non-verbal device designed to help couples signal and communicate intimacy."
The Moodsign works by having a partner, when they are in the mood, simply raise their Moodsign arm. The device also lights up and has different colors which couples can pre-determine on meaning (i.e. blue might mean taking a nice, long bath, purple could mean a romantic evening together).
Choulet came up with the idea after dealing with jam-packed days and nights that came with working a full-time finance position, parenting, and commuting.
He says the Moodsign works as a romantic alarm clock for the busy couples - "a reminder that romance should not only happen on Valentine's Day but throughout the year."
Go to www.themoodsign.com/ for more information.