Fashion Darling Ringly Launches Wearable Bracelet Aries

Following the success of their smart rings in 2015, Ringly have now launched the Aries collection.

If there is one wearable tech brand that seems to be the darling of the fashion industry it is Ringly.

Ringly, a New York City-based company, is composed of designers and engineers dedicated to blending fashion and technology in meaningful ways. They have built a reputation for producing a line of smart jewelry and accessories that notify the wearer of important calls or messages through vibration and subtle light.


Following the success of their smart rings in 2015, Ringly have now launched the Aries collection. The aesthetically pleasing wearable jewellery introduces us to a quartet of slim, gold-plated bangles available in four semi-precious stone options.

Ringly’s core belief is that [inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”null” suffix=”null”]technology should be more discreetly integrated into our lives[/inlinetweet] and we do feel that their ethos has been clearly communicated in the beautiful Bluetooth connected bracelets they have designed.


Placing fashion first, in the simplest way, Ringly latest offering works with the Ringly app which you can use to control the kind of alerts you want and how you want them. For example, you can choose how your receive your alerts by colour and/or vibration. Ringly also gives you the power to filter messages and select who you want to hear from.

As lovely as Aries is, we did wonder what tech made the Ringly bracelet different from their popular ring? Well the bracelet has the ability to track your steps, including calculations of distance traveled and calories burnt.

Ringly Aries Tech edit

Priced at $279.00, you can grab your very own as of Tuesday 5th April 2016 for a special price of $195.00, but expect delivery to be as of late July 2016.

Pre-order now.

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Founding editor-in-chief & WearableTechStylist of, Muchaneta has worked in the fashion industry for over 14 years. She is currently one of the leading influencers speaking and writing about the merger of fashion with technology and wearable technology and a regular contributor to digital news sites like Wareable.
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