The Top Five Stylish Wearables of 2015 that will Make your Head Turn!
Here is a list of the topmost innovations in terms of stylish wearables of 2015 with utilities which will get you to scream in delight! After all wearing technology is the newest trend. Get on with the bandwagon now!
Withings Activite Pop
Activite Pop is Withings newest Activite wristwatch that is affordable and drop-dead gorgeous. This is one damn attractive smartwatch that made the rounds at the CES and developed by the French company Withings.
This gadget is the affordable version of Activite smartwatch, priced at £120 instead of £320 which is the price of the original watch. It uses trackers for steps taken, along with the number of calories burnt and number of hours slept by the individual wearing the wrist watch. The difference compared to other watches is that the wearable has a gorgeous analog watch face and even a smart secondary dial which keeps track of the metrics.
The watch has all the functionalities of an activity tracker and yet looks attractive enough to be displayed in a Swiss watch store. This is one of the CES 2014 Wearable Tech Award winners too.
Amazingly enough, the watch battery lasts eight months too!
Garmin Fenix 3
Garmin Fenix 3 is rugged and masculine and fit enough to fight for itself. This stylish wearable is part of a brand that always features something hardcore and technology meant for outdoors.
The Fenix 3 has a colour LCD screen which displays the tracking stats of every sporting adventure that you take including hiking, cycling, running, swimming, snowboarding and the like. Mountaineering, skiing and other adventure sports also make the list.
The gadget is meant to vibrate every hour as a reminder to move around especially in office. With the gadget, you will certainly feel more alive than ever!
Misfit Swarovski Shine
Swarovski Shine is a solar-powered fitness tracking gadget from a combined alliance of Misfit and Swarovski. This tech bling made quite an impression at this year’s CES show with some help from Swarovski. The sparkle and sheen of the gadget incorporated solar cells using glorious sunshine to charge its insides.
Here is the right stylish wearable that actually makes an impact on natural conservation too with solar power thus making it an exciting prospect.
MICA is the short form of “My Intelligent Communication Accessory.” This digital gadget features a beautiful curved sapphire touchscreen, with fashionable credentials that have warranted headlines. This one is made through a collaboration of fashion house Opening Ceremony, and Intel, the tech giant. The gadget comes clad in black water-snake skin and has embedded pearls from China and sourced lapis stones from Madagascar. The gadget is also available in white water-snake skin, the tiger’s eye stone from South Africa and even features the obsidian from Russia. This is one hell of a premium gadget wherein Intel handles the techie insides, prompting notifications when they pop on smartphones. It has a 3G connection so that you are connected to the web even without pairing with the smartphone. One can easily view messages, set up your calendar, and receive alerts from important contacts.
The gadget is priced at $495 (£329)
Ringly connects to your smartphone and sends custom notifications with the help of vibration and light. The gadget got featured in various news channels, social sites and fashion magazines too including Glamour, ABC News, Elle and BuzzFeed. The smart ring is a stylish wearable, crafted with 18K matte gold and a rich 3 micron plated setting and also laden with varied precious and semi-precious stones. You do have a sizing guide for your fingers too!
Ringly creates smart jewelry and accessories that can be connected to the phone and sends in notifications. You can even configure social accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and even Snapchat.
Dhruvil is a Writer & Marketeer for Nimblechapps, joined in December 2014, based out of Sydney, Australia. He has worked briefly as a Branding and Digital Marketing Manager before moving to Australia. At Nimblechapps, he worked on Social Media Marketing, Branding, Email Marketing and Blogging. Dhruvil studies Business at University of Western Sydney, and also handles Operations for the company in Australia.