Ringly Is the Super-Handy Tech Gadget

Wearable technology hits a high fashion note in the form of Ringly, the company that recently launched four semiprecious, 18 karat gold cocktail rings ($145-$260) that are also Bluetooth LE-enabled.

After the jewelry is hooked up to Ringly's mobile app, users can set different vibration and light settings to alert them of incoming calls, texts, emails, Instagrams, tweets and, yes, even Tinder messages. Plus, never worry about leaving your phone behind with Ringly's automatic alert system.

There's another reason why Ringly could become a must-have (next to a good set of earplugs) for music fans and executives: "Ringly is perfect for concertgoers and anyone in a loud venue," says Christina Mercando, CEO/founder of the company, which debuted its jewels in June. "No more holding your phone in your hand while you wait for a friend to show up and text you that they've arrived. Put your phone away and enjoy the show."


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