Revibe Connect Attention Wristband


Revibe Connect helps kids pay attention and stay on-task with vibration reminders and text cues.



Revibe Connect is a wearable, non-medication option to help kids pay attention and stay on-task. The watch uses vibration reminders and text cues to refocus users. The connecting app tracks focus, attention, and exercise, which as part of a healthy lifestyle, may help living well with ADHD.

End the Homework Battles
Along with three pre-programmed ‘Modes’ based on the user’s distraction level (Low/Medium/High), Revibe has a special, psychology-based ‘Homework Mode’ that keeps students focused and working with vibration reminders for 15 minutes, then cues a 5-minute break. As kids learn to work independently, homework struggles with parents are reduced.

Improve Grades and Behavior
Revibe Connect reminds students to get back to work. Instead of an embarrassing tap on the shoulder from their teacher, they feel a gentle, automated ‘vibration reminder’ from Revibe on their wrist. This type of discreet redirection empowers students to complete their work independently, improving self-confidence.

Key Features

Focus Vibration Reminders
Step Counting
Watch (Time and Date)
Water Resistant
No Phone Required for Student

View Revibe Connect for more information.


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Revibe Connect Attention Wristband