One of the best things about post New Year’s is the start of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
This year, the interest in wearables is dominating headlines. One of those stealing the show is Mira, a woman-designed collection that takes inspiration from the fashion world and applies it to tech know how.
Slated to launch in 2016, Mira’s new bracelet allows for the utmost discretion. Hidden in the sleek, ribbon-inspired design, is the opal, Mira’s proprietary tracker which measures steps, calories, distance and elevation. The newest addition to Mira’s line of smart jewelry boasts a covert design, the perfect option for the woman who wants to keep her tracking habit private. The setting will be available in two bold finishes – Rosé All Day and Heart of Gold.
Mira will also expand by adding a smart pendant. All Mira accessories will pair with the enhanced mobile app, which gives women an easy and personal way to monitor activities, find healthy inspiration and unlock their wellness data. New for 2016, Mira’s App provides additional goal-setting features to help women track what matters most to them.
But that’s not all. Mira is taking design cues from the fine jewelry world, adding innovative tech and moving away from the sea of black, rubber sameness that has permeated the market. Their current collection features the Mira bracelet ($169), available in five finishes (Heart of Gold, Hot Chocolate, Rosé All Day, Jetsetter and Polished Rosé All Day) and pairs with the custom mobile app for both iOS and Android.