One thing about me is that I'm always researching new trends and ideas to share with readers. My most recent discover is Ringly. Ever since a co-worker shared this piece of information about this fabulous piece of smart jewelry, I fell in love.
The wearable device is disguised as a beautiful gem stone ring. It syncs with your phone to light up and vibrate when you have notifications. The one I'm most drawn too is the Into The Woods-Emerald. It's a bit pricey but is the perfect fashion tech accessory.
“All of our stones tell the story of moments in life where I wished I could feel a little less attached to my phone,” Christina Mercando, Ringly’s founder and CEO told Mashable
The beauty of Ringly, besides its fine craftsmanship, is that you don’t have to feel so attached to your phone. The ring isn’t a replacement for a phone, but using Bluetooth technology, a gentle buzz will serve as a reminder of a meeting—all without having to keep your phone glued to your hand, which in most cases leads to unprofessional distraction.
Image: Mashable/Jhila Farzaneh
[next]Using the Ringly app, you can set up and customize notifications about phone calls, texts, calendar alerts and more. Apps that work with Ringly include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Uber, eBay, Tinder and Net-A-Porter. Choose one or choose ‘em all, then customize to your heart’s content.
Each gem is hand cut and one-of-a kind, featuring unique gold accents.
Ringly is available in Stargaze (black onyx), Daydream (rainbow moonstone), Into the Woods (emerald) and Dive Bar (tourmalated quartz. Each runs $195 (except for Into the Woods, which is $260) and supports both iOS and Android users.
Images: via Ringly