Crystal Shine Brought to Wearables

    swarovski shine activity tracker

    Photo source: Misfit

    Are you a multitasking Diva? Think you should look stylish no matter what situation you’re in or activity you’re performing? Well, then I’ve got news for you!

    This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2015) featured the Swarovski Shine collection of activity trackers (in partnership with Misfit) & Stellé Audio‘s Earbud Locket.


    Photo source: psfk

    These particular wearables stood out from all other innovations and new gadgets presented at CES – for me, at least! – but not because of the blitz and glitz. They stood out because they are two examples of stylish jewelry, first and foremost, that happen to come with multiple tech functions. Oh, (geek)joy!

    swThe Swarovski-Misfit collection includes several sets of shiny pendants, bracelets and wristbands “powered” by the Swarovski activity tracking crystal. This tech-laden gem can measure the steps you take, the calories you burn, the distance you walk and your sleep quality, and send all these details to your smartphone.

    [quote_center]Move more. Sleep better. Look great.[/quote_center]

    Photo source: Swarovski

    On the other hand, Stellé Audio’s Earbud Locket has totally different functionalities, but preserves the crystal shine. The beautiful octagonal crystal locket hosts a pair of Bluetooth earbuds that give you easy access to premium sound, anytime, anywhere. So you can listen to music or speak on the phone… in style.

    We’ve covered the ‘what they do’ part. But what about the ‘how they work’ part? Check out CES 2015 Highlights: Shiny Wearables Steal the Show to get these details.

    One important mention, the Swarovski Shine is now available for pre-order at the Misfit store. But if you’re more interested in the earbud locket, you’ll just have to keep an eye on the Stelle Audio shop, as it’s not available yet.

    How do you feel about shiny gadgets? Let’s chat in the comment box below.


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