Ringly recently announced a new wearable technology to women. The device, which is an actual cocktail ring, is meant to prevent women from missing calls or texts that might otherwise go unnoticed because their phone is stuffed into a bag.
Ringly was founded by eBay alum Christina Mercando, whose goal was to fit technology into an item that was actually stylish. It actually connects to your phone and sends you customized notifications through vibration and light.
Using Bluetooth LE-technology, the ring can be set to vibrate and light up when the smartphone receives a call, text, email, or calendar alert. The app can also push alerts from apps such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Snapchat, Tinder, Tumblr, Twitter, and Vine if the wearer so chooses.
The wearable is made of 18K gold and comes in several different stone varieties, including black onyx, rainbow moonstone, pink sapphire, and emerald. They are now available for pre-order with a price range around $145 to $180, and will run at $195 to $260 retail.
Ringly also created a ring box that both stores and charges the device. The wearable will last about three full days on a single charge, according to the company. We havent seen any wearable technology as simple and as stylish as this! Go pre-order them here.