Shiny new wearable fitness tracker from Swarovski- actually really pretty! Via Misfit Wearables Blog.
Today we announced our partnership with Swarovski, the leading producers of cut crystal in the world. In the course of its history, Swarovski has developed groundbreaking innovations and inspired creative trends in such diverse fields as jewelry, fashion, accessories, interior design, culture and industrial research and development. That being said we are excited to unveil our most luxurious Shine’s and accessories yet. This premier collection includes:
Two new, fully waterproof wearables: 1) a clear Swarovski Shine with a brilliant crystal face and 2.) a violet Swarovski Shine which uses a patented “energy crystal” technology to power itself. This is the world’s first wireless activity and sleep monitor that utilizes an energy harvesting technology to enable it to never require charging or replacing of batteries. Simply expose the violet Swarovski Shine to light to keep it charged. No collection is complete without matching accessories – Swarovski and Misfit have delivered with 9 stunning and unique accessories for all Misfit Shine devices. All that glitters is gold with Swarovski and Misfit.
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