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And Scott Stein how what -- if you like your wearable tag editor question. Well what I'm about wearable tech is basically anything you put on your body you start to see a lot of the governor's fitness trackers Smart watches and some of them look better than others while. Enter the -- -- shine. Which attempts to be the most stylish fitness tracker that's out there. It's available in retail stores now and costs under box that's competitive with things out there like the -- it devices. And the white things poles which I also reviewed recently. And there are a handful of others you've got the Nike fuel band you've got the job on up. What makes this different well these are all pretty much use similar technology under the -- usually three access excel -- runner. And churn -- this as a to you but it's put into this totally alien housing it looks like a little sleek aluminum quarter and that's it. This device has a built in battery and Bluetooth. And there are no buttons no charge port the whole thing is waterproof you -- swim with it you can also cycle with that you could -- -- -- -- it. It -- track your fitness in the shower as far as I know. But it works only with iOS devices right now it will work with Android probably early next year is a new company. Try to -- -- interesting and different on the market. And the idea is that it feels more like a piece of jewelry to interact with it there's not even a screen you double tap day. And it brings up a ring of white LED lights twelve of them. Which begin to glow around to mark your progress time your day. When you get to all all of them -- it pulses and says the doesn't say anything -- pulses to show you that you made it you succeeded in your goal. Which you set via an app. It also tell -- the time the -- strange series of -- markers that will show you basically. Let you know one of the LED lights for our one of them for the minute and it looks kind of cool and funky and we'll take some -- to figure out. It's there you need it. But it's not really people watched the way you'd imagine. In the box for a hundred dollars you get the misfits shine and you also get to accessories. As silicone or watch band and you -- in little. Attachment with a -- clip. Loops around -- sites here and allows it to clip on anything to hold onto your shirt or your belt or whenever plus it has a watch battery. And a little accessory to pop out the watch battery. That might Wear down over time but the pieces are replace -- -- about five bucks and a nineteen bucks for the wrist band and you can also get a leather wrist and if you want to -- based on independents who Wear this like jewelry. Will you wanna Wear like jewelry I don't know the respect for me feels a little thin and a little more like a women's watch although it does also feel like something out of Logan's run. Or some sort of a side -- -- -- easy and and that's the conversation starter here what is that what is that crazy thing clipped on your shirt. And it has some appeal there you got to understand that this is very minimal it's not gonna give you redoubt is not a full set of features like others and sync it. You need actually pop it out of that band. And drop it onto your iPhone screen where it sinks seemingly like magic but in fact there's a reason why it's doing that. It's making capacity of contact. To initiate a very short range Bluetooth pairing. Because due to some of the metal doesn't have quite a long range of others where you just press -- -- while sitting on your wrist it's actually -- -- the downside because. And it takes away the fun of wireless you literally have to -- -- here war. Hold a quarter here and hold it nearby and that that works too. He needs interest in his conversations starting he could be easily lost it could scratch if you scrape -- on the ground as I discovered. But it is one of the more stylish. Fitness trackers out there. And maybe it's a sign of where more stylish interest in wearable tech could go -- people there to think I'll need it differently. I'm Scott Stein and that's a quick look at the mysterious. -- -- --
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