Get really social with the one you love this Valentine's Day.

Start by staying off your mobile device.

To make sure Cupid's arrow hits its mark and the sparks fly without interruption, we recommend giving one

of these naughty little gifts to your significant other.

Offlining CellShield Condoms

with Texticidal Lubricant:

Show you care by coming prepared. Keep your phone

covered and let your sweetie know you're only thinking

of one person tonight.

Don't let texts, calls or emails interrupt your night of romance. Offlining CellShield Condoms with texticidal lubricant are so thin, you'll forget that your phone is there.

Offlining Pintimate Hands-Free

Security System:

This Valentine's day, keep it in your pants

- your phone, that is.


Nothing can kill an intimate evening like a text message, email or phone call. Keep love in the air and your phone out of your hands with an Offlining Pintimate hands-free security system.

Offlining Bonding Bands:

Show your devotion to your honey with some light bondage. The Offlining Bonding Band keeps your phones together, screen-to-screen so you can stay cheek-to-cheek.


Are you really going to let a text message get in the way of a romantic dinner with your special someone? Of course not. Slip your phones into an Offlining Bonding Band and keep your romantic evening from slipping through your fingers.

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The founders
Mark and Eric Cartoon

Why Offlining?

Short answer: We persuade for a living.

We've devoted much of the last couple of decades to convincing you to log on, click here, call now, surf, search, pay bills in your underwear, trade from the beach, add "friends" to your digital network and, as AT&T once famously promised in their "You Will" campaign, tuck your children in from your mobile device.

Then one day we made a mistake -- we looked up.  We took our eyes off the screen long enough to see. We noticed we had kids and wives. We took in the way leaves open their faces to the sun. We reacquainted ourselves with the sounds birds make. And we realized these things could no longer compete. Click to continue reading


The Challenge
February 21st, 2011 suggests dedicating 10 device-free days by Feb. 14, 2012. Mark DiMassimo and Eric Yaverbaum, co-founders of Offlining Incorporated, persuade for a living by convincing people to call or click, which has created an addiction to cellular devices. Despite their love for marketing and respect for its power, the duo developed a way of giving back to the community. DiMassimo and Yaverbaum first introduced Tappening, by promoting to make drinking tap water more popular.
Then they followed a similar pattern by encouraging others to have a “No-Device Day” on Sept. 18 in honor of Yom Kippur. The Jewish New Year is a time for Jews to reflect on how they have lived over the past year and seek forgiveness. Advertisements with celebrities were used to influence others to take part in the device-free day, despite their religion. From CNN Belief blog, “If only Mel Gibson had put down the phone. If only Tiger Woods hadn’t had such easy tech access to other women. If only Lindsey Lohan had kept her thoughts, and tweets, to herself.” to read more click here.

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  1. “I happen to think turning our phones and other devices off on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur would be a wonderful way to demonstrate to ourselves and others that we are serious about making people, not electronic tools, our priority,” said Rabbi Maurice Salth of Central Synagogue in New York, who plans on speaking about the role of technology in his 5771 High Holy Days sermon.