Soft toy that nibbles your worries away to relieve stress is unveiled at tech convention 


Soft toy that nibbles your worries away by gently biting your fingertip to relieve stress is unveiled at tech convention

  • A new soft toy which mimic the nibbling patterns of dogs has been unveiled
  • The Amagami Ham Ham can also replicate behaviours of both cats and babies
  • The device, recently unveiled in Las Vegas is expected to coast around £30


For those who are on the search for a gadget to help them decompress, this one has a real bite.

A soft toy that nibbles gently on your fingertip to alleviate stress has been unveiled.

It mimics what dogs, cats and babies do, which can be a source of comfort to people. 

Users can select one of two dozen nibbling patterns, including ‘massaging’ and ‘suction’ modes. 

A soft toy that nibbles gently on your fingertip to alleviate stress has been unveiled. It mimics what dogs, cats and babies do, which can be a source of comfort to people

The battery-powered Amagami Ham Ham – which roughly translates as ‘sweet biting’ in Japanese – was revealed at The Consumer Electronics Show 2022 in Las Vegas. 

The gadget is expected to cost around £30. Its inventor even claims he uses one while driving to lower his stress levels.

Other innovative designs on offer at the technology show included a mattress topper that mimics the effect of caffeine on your body without having to get out from under the duvet.

Canadian firm Hapbee’s patented technology emits a low-powered electromagnetic field that stimulates the body’s cells to react in the same way coffee would.

The battery-powered Amagami Ham Ham ¿ which roughly translates as ¿sweet biting¿ in Japanese ¿ was revealed at The Consumer Electronics Show 2022 in Las Vegas

The battery-powered Amagami Ham Ham – which roughly translates as ‘sweet biting’ in Japanese – was revealed at The Consumer Electronics Show 2022 in Las Vegas

Customers can set a schedule for the topper so that it acts as an alarm in the morning to help them wake up.

It takes effect after 15 minutes and will wear off straight after the session ends.

The topper can also help users nod off in the evening by generating a magnetic waves that triggers melatonin, often referred to as the sleep hormone.

The technology can also replicate the effects of CBD and nicotine – but without any of the side effects.

It is set to be on the market by the end of this year.

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