“I am planning to give one to my love and keep one for myself... At first, I just wanted to get one for him so that when he’s away, he’d have a physical representation of knowing he had my heart with him.
When I saw that you could each hold the enso and feel each other’s heartbeat live, in the moment, I knew I had to have two.”Anima
“I love the idea of Enso, a palpable way to connect with someone who you cannot be with at the moment. I will be capturing the heart beats of my family members…
I am going to be also using to capture the heartbeat of a very close friend that I often miss and will also be gifting it to her.”J
“My Mom is a Holocaust survivor and is in stages of dementia. My daughter is having a baby in 2 weeks and I am planning to give the Enso as a gift to my daughter, with my Moms heartbeat ❤”H.P.
“My first thought is to save my father's (Papa) heartbeat. I don’t see him often; he’s 74 years old as healthy-as-a-horse and a tough-as-nails cowboy. He’s not going anywhere anytime soon but I’d hate to know I could have captured the feeling of being with him when I could have and then didn’t... Papa’s a big softy and I know it will be as meaningful for him as it is for me.”K.T.
“I travel a great deal for my company...so the Enso was actually for my wife and two year-old son rather than for me. The few times I have been able to come home, it's usually late at night from whatever flight I've just come off of and I do my best not to wake my wife and son - but when I finally crawl into bed before getting back up for the next flight in the morning, I usually find the Enso on the pillow just near my wife's hand. Thanks for helping us stay connected, one heartbeat at a time. ”Anonymous
“I purchased Enso as a Christmas gift for our son and daughter-in-law who just had their first child in September. Our daughter-in-law had to return to work shortly after the holidays. When I saw the Enso I knew it was the most perfect gift. She takes it to work with her everyday and couldn't be happier. When she opened the gift and I explained what it was, she was so touched she broke down crying, tears of happiness, of course. ”Anonymous
“I love [my Enso]. I got one for my dad for Christmas and he likes it too. He works in construction and he shows it off to the other guys he works with in meetings. I think he uses it for his anxiety. I like to use it to help me meditate and fall asleep. I love it and would recommend it to anyone! ”Taylor Madison
“We have had some tough losses in the family in recent years. I thought this would be a tremendous way to capture and hold a piece of cherished loved ones. Eternally. A visceral reminder and means of staying connected wherever, whenever, and for whatever reason one desires.”Anonymous
“I am planning to use [Enso] to capture the heartbeats of the people that capture my heart. They will be a collection of the people that have played important roles in my life. I will leave mine on there for fun and then leave it for my daughter to carry on on the legacy and her own heartbeats.”Wendi Michelle
“I will be giving the Enso to my wife for Christmas. 2 years ago, my wife gave birth to our son, she finds it very hard leaving him everyday for work...My plan is to have our son hold it, then wrap it up, Christmas morning she will get the gift of always having him with her.”Anonymous
“I’m a mental health therapist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I’ve already introduced Enso to a few of my clients and they were SO intrigued. Having a tangible item that guides you through breathing is super great for people with anxiety.”Lindsey Schaaf
“It's a present for my husband who travels a lot. I would like to have our son's heartbeat always with him ❤”Anonymous
“She now has the heartbeats of her grandparents and mother along with my own and our dogs. She likes to use it around night time to help fall asleep or to help calm her down if she feels anxious. It seems to reassure her quite a bit.”Seth Martin
“My sister and I are planning to gift the Enso to our father for Father’s Day. Almost three years ago he suffered cardiac arrest while on vacation with our mother. Thankfully three individuals were able to perform CPR to keep him alive until medics arrived. He has made a miraculous recovery and has made positive life changes to ensure his heart health improves. Our plan is to record each of our heartbeats, along with my nephew’s, so that he knows our hearts are always with his and always helping his be stronger. ”Anna Woods