Fitness trackers and smartwatches may be all the rage today, but some women dislike the outer design of the bland straps or the glaring screens with the chunky designs. It’s a good thing smart jewelry is whole new class of fashion for those who want to look good and fashionable while still being able to use their devices. And what’s more, no one will ever notice that you’re even wearing a gadget.
Bellabeat Leaf Urban – $120
It’s subtle and versatile for women to keep tabs on their activity and mindfulness practice. Bellabeat has made the ultimate fitness tracker that looks like urban leaf jewelry. Inside the beautiful design is packing power of a Fitbit with meditation exercises. You can wear it as a necklace, as a bracelet with leather strap, or as a brooch clipped on your clothes. It’s water resistant and the metal clip comes in rose gold or silver finish. To see your data, you have to sync the Leaf to the companion app. In the app, you can set goals for your active minutes, calories burned, distance traveled, sleep, and mindfulness meditation sessions. You can also set up silent alarms to wake you up and track your period or fertility in the app.
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Ringly Aries Smart Ring – $195
Ringly is a startup that makes fashionable smart jewelry look exactly like real jewelry. They even use semi-precious stones on some or coat in 14K gold. Its latest smart ring, the Aries, comes in five different styles and is available in 18k gold or gunmetal plated stainless steel varieties. You can choose between lapis, black onyx, rainbow moonstone, and tourmalated quartz gemstones. The ring charges up in its jewelry box at night, which saves a lot of hassle, and will last a couple of days before needing recharging. The ring not only offers up customizable notifications for more than 100 apps, but they also track your activity. You can view your activity metrics, set up how you want notifications handles for different apps, and set different vibrations and colors for each notification type.
Ringly Aries Bracelet – $235
For those who don’t dig rings, Ringly also has a line of stunning smart bracelets also called Aries. The bracelet offers all the same functionality of the smart ring. Just like the ring, it charges up in a special box and should last a couple of days on a charge. Ringly makes the Aries bracelets in a variety of styles, including 14K gold or polished stainless steel for a silver look. The stone options include lapis, rainbow moonstone, labradorite, blue lace agate, snowflake obsidian, and tourmalated quartz.
Caeden Sona Connected Bracelet – for $180
For those into smart jewelry that offers a more traditional wearable experience, but still looks like jewelry, you’ll like the Caeden Sona Connected Bracelet. It’s a slim leather band that looks like a bracelet, in white and rose gold, black and gold, or black and gunmetal finishes. It straps around your wrist with a butterfly clasp. You can also take out the band and swap it for silicon when you work out. The Sona has a heart rate sensor to track your heart beat variation and give you a better idea of both your activity and stress levels. The app tracks normal fitness metrics like steps, heart rate, calories burned, and so on. And, the Sona’s meditation sequences are based on the same Resonance training that the Soviets used to train astronauts. The programs are built to not only relieve your stress, but teach you how to deal with stressful situations as they arise.