Chic wearable tech

Even if most of the time wearable tech has a rather geek look, there are some that are highly stylish and make a great accessory.

Some of the manufacturer companies such as Jawbone and Misfit figured that the looks of their devices are important and finally started to make pretty wearables for both men and women. That's why you can now find some good looking jewelries that are actually high tech smartwatches

Further, you will see the top 12 most good looking and chic wearables.

1. Opening Ceremony MICA

MICA is a fashionable bracelet that was launched during the New York Fashion Week and had a lot of supporters before even knowing what the bracelet can actually do. The bracelet appeared due to a partnership between Intel and Opening Ceremony, displaying information and notifications even if you don't have your phone with you, considering it has a 48 hour battery life. But the looks almost overrules the functions: 18k gold details, semi-precious stones and pearls, make the bracelet one of the most beautiful wearable tech.

The bracelet can be ordered from for $495.

2. Sony FES Watch

The Sony FES Watch isn't the regular smartwatch you would expect, monitoring your health, heart, blood pressure and fitness activity. The watch, also known as the FES e-paper watch, is made out of what is called an e-paper surface, both the screen and the strap.

You can only find this in Japan, for $167.

3. Mira

Mira is probably the most advantageous price-looks-quality fitness bracelet. It looks like a pretty bracelet, completing your look, it comes in three sizes to fit all wrists and it also makes the perfect coach due to the fact that it gives you motivational quotes throughout the day.

Order it on for $149.

4. Altruis

Altruis is what you might call a modern pager that can take the form of a ring, necklace or bracelet. It looks really pretty, especially because it is made out of gold, rose gold or platinum.

You can get it from for £290.

5. Misfit Shine

Misfit Shine combines the perfect activity tracker with a good looking jewel. It does the same things as a regular activity tracker bracelet does, but you can fit it in your necklace so you won't feel any discomfort by wearing it. The Misfit Shine comes in 8 s so you can chose the one that fits you best.

You can get it from

6. Cuff

Cuff is similar to the Misfit Shine device, meaning that it is a small device that can be attached to a bracelet of necklace. Not only it is a great asset for your daily routine but it also fits almost any outfit.

Pre-order the device from starting from $29.

7. Google Glass x DVF

The device is the perfect catwalk device, considering that one of the most important names in fashion created the frames for Google Glass. You can choose sunglasses or clear lens for both men and women. However, the only issue might be the price.

Order your Google Glasses from for $1,800.

8. Ringly

This is one of the most successful combination between technology and fashion, a wearable tech ring that fits your every outfit. Not only it comes with sapphires attached, but it also announces if you have any notifications from Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Order Ringly at for $145-$180.

9. Memi

Memi is the device produced in such a manner that people would actually want to wear it. But however, the downside is that it doesn't have so many functions.

You can get your bracelet from for $150.

10. Tory Burch x Fitbit

It is enlightening for everyone who likes to be in fashion and at the same time monitor their health to know that the well known designer got involved in the production of Fitbit.

Order your jewel for £175 at

11. June by Netatmo

June is the perfect device that won't let you do the mistakes that actually everyone does. The bracelet will constantly monitor the UV exposure and keep you updated on the fact that for example, you should use sunscreen.

Get your life savior for ‚¬95 at

12. First Sign Hair Clip

This is a hair accessory that is concerned with your health and safety, because it constantly transmits your location and audio from the phone to the “cloud”, only by paying an additional $5 per month.

Pre-order it for $95 at