Smart jewelry pioneer Ringly is at it again, now offering an elegant Aries bracelet collection that combines smart features with a sleek, stylish design.
Ringly offered some of the first wearables specifically designed for women when it launched its smart rings, but the new bracelet collection now takes it to the next level.
Instead of hefty statement rings, the new Aries bracelet is svelte and elegant, sporting a gold-plated metal band with semi-precious stones to complement its aesthetics. It has far more than just good looks, however, as it's a smart bracelet that aims to keep you fit and connected.
The Ringly Aries bracelet will make it easy to keep tabs on notifications and smartphone alerts. Moreover, users can customize alerts for calls, texts, apps and such, selecting from various vibration and light patterns. You can choose from four different vibration patterns and five subtle notification colors.
Ringly has also integrated its gadgets with more than 100 popular apps such as WhatsApp, Uber, Snapchat, Slack and more. Step-tracking functionality is also in the mix, and Ringly says they added the feature following customer requests.
"Effortlessly track your steps and monitor your calorie output without sacrificing your style," says Ringly. "Set targets and receive alerts when you reach your goals."
The Aries bracelet lasts for up to 48 hours on a single charge and works up to 30 feet away from your smartphone.
The gold-plated Aries bracelets from Ringly are available in four different styles: Labradorite, Tourmalated Quartz, Rainbow Moonstone and Lapis. The semi-precious stones are hand-cut, adding to the uniqueness of each piece. Customers can choose to spice up the Tourmalated Quartz or Lapis model with pyramid studs on either side, or add crystals to the Labradorite or Moonstone models.
The new Ringly Aries smart bracelet collection is up for preorder now on the company's website, going for the promotional price of $195 instead of the regular $279. Two sizes are available: S/M and M/L.
The gadget will start shipping this summer, and the first 1,000 customers will also get a real diamond on the side of the bracelet.
By Alexandra Burlacu for Tech Times