Swarovski Shineby Misfit

  • Swarovski Shine
  • Swarovski Shine
  • Swarovski Shine
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PROS

  • These fitness trackers look more like fashionable jewelry than tech gadgets.
  • Misfit's interchangeable system of accessories allows you to mix and match styles.
  • The battery life is impressive.

CONS

  • These statement pieces may not go with all outfits, especially workout attire.
  • The Swarovski Shine is pricey, especially if you want to purchase additional accessories.
  • While the crystals are waterproof, not all of the accessories are.
Most wearables are utilitarian looking devices: plain, rubbery bands that wrap around your wrist without adding or subtracting from your look. Not Misfit’s Swarovski Shine, fitness trackers that stand out, thanks to their bejeweled appearance. The fitness tracker itself is the Swarovski Activity Crystal, a gem-like device available in blue and a clear, diamond-like design, which can snap into the available bracelets and necklaces. There they sit and track your steps, sleep, and a variety of activities, including cycling, tennis, and swimming. Prices range from $170 to $250 for packages with crystals and accessories, while individual pieces are available for less.
NameSwarovski ShineMisfit ShineFlexFlashMisfit Shine 2
ManufacturerMisfitMisfitFitbitMisfitMisfit
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Step counting is accurate, as we've come to expect from Misfit, and this is pretty crucial because the Shine is being billed as an everyday …

Step counting is accurate, as we've come to expect from Misfit, and this is pretty crucial because the Shine is being billed as an everyday piece of smart jewellery, not something to strap on when you're exercising.

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The solar powered Misfit Shine is also a reasonable step for fitness tracking wearables. Charging all my smartwatches and fitness trackers h…

The solar powered Misfit Shine is also a reasonable step for fitness tracking wearables. Charging all my smartwatches and fitness trackers has always been a huge hassle - especially with proprietary cords and cradles.

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It’s like Tiffany & Co meets the Jetsons.

It’s like Tiffany & Co meets the Jetsons.

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Even though it may seem like the Swarovski Shine is too pretty to take on a run in the rain, it’s actually waterproof up to 50 meters if you…

Even though it may seem like the Swarovski Shine is too pretty to take on a run in the rain, it’s actually waterproof up to 50 meters if you wear it in the sport band.

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The clear Swarovski Shine runs off a watch battery, just like its less flashy sibling. But a blindingly purple version will supposedly never…

The clear Swarovski Shine runs off a watch battery, just like its less flashy sibling. But a blindingly purple version will supposedly never need external charging at all. It's powered by a solar cell (or, in Misfit's words, an "energy crystal") that keeps it running as long as it's exposed to the sun or indoor LED and halogen lights.

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Apart from its dazzling appearance, one of the best things about the Misfit Swarovski Shine is that it never needs to be charged. Instead it…

Apart from its dazzling appearance, one of the best things about the Misfit Swarovski Shine is that it never needs to be charged. Instead it uses a replaceable coin cell battery which lasts for around 6 months.

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