Muse Wearables has announced a smart ring Ring One, which borrows some functions from smart watches. When placed on your finger, it measures your heart rate, blood oxygenation, VO2 Max, blood pressure and your skin temperature. Of course, the ring can also monitor your movement during the day, records the number of steps taken and calories, and can also record the quality of your sleep.
However, the ring can also be used for contactless payment via NFC, and it also has a so-called “rotating” interface from the factory, which is an additional security layer and at the same time a method of how you can “control” the ring. That is, something like the rotating bezel of a watch. Depending on the manufacturer, for example, you can switch between exercise mode and contactless payment mode. However, you will need a pairing app for the vast majority of features. In it, for example, you can find out your readiness score or the point evaluation of your last sleep.
The ring is water-resistant up to 100 meters, will be offered in nine different scratch-resistant body sizes, and will be charged wirelessly. It lasts up to 7 days on a single charge, with a portable charging case you can extend the life of the ring up to a month. We don’t know its price yet, the complete campaign will be published today or tomorrow. However, if you are interested in this kind of wearable, you can go to Indiegogo pre-registerand get up to 40% off its MSRP and a free lifetime subscription to the matching app.
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