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Circul Ring: “Elastic” Smart Ring Starts Crowdfunding on Indiegogo

The Circul Ring features elastic connecting pieces to adjust its size, ensuring easy wearing and removal. It incorporates typical smart ring functions like pulse monitoring and activity tracking. With a sleek metal design, waterproof capabilities, and an upcoming crowdfunding campaign, its success depends on execution and pricing.



Circul Ring

The Circul Ring has some elastic or easily extendable connecting pieces in four places. This essentially “stretches” the ring and increases its circumference when it would otherwise not fit on the finger.

It is then no longer perfectly round, but this is not noticeable without very close inspection when wearing it. Above all, the ring should be easy to put on and take off. It is not yet clear whether there is additional added value; After all, there is talk of an “Elastic Sensor”. Does this mean that something is being measured here? We have yet to find out.

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The cladding of the Circul Ring is made entirely of metal

In the pictures shown so far it shimmers sometimes blue, sometimes black; It is not yet known whether there will be different colors.

In terms of its functions, the ring is similar to other models. Built-in sensors measure the pulse and the steps taken, and there is also talk of sports tracking . The blood oxygen level should also be able to be measured, and there is also sleep monitoring . Everything you can expect from a smart or fitness ring and what most of the other rings released in the last few months also offer is included here.

Circul Ring
The Circul Ring has some elastic or easily extendable connecting pieces in four places. Source

Circul Ring will start a crowdfunding campaign

The ring is waterproof ; 5ATM means that you can theoretically dive up to 50 meters deep with it. In addition, there are the usual advertising slogans of such campaigns, so of course material “from aerospace” is used.

The Circul Ring doesn’t feel like it’s reinventing the wheel (or the ring). The “stretch” function looks exciting, I would like to try out how it feels on my finger. If implemented poorly, I can imagine that it would be rather unpleasant. Ideally, the function even offers more convenience.

In the end, it comes down to the actual functions and also the necessary app, about which nothing has been said yet. Of course, the price will also play a role. Anyone who finds the concept interesting can register their email address on the Indiegogo campaign page and be informed about updates. It remains to be seen whether the crowdfunding campaign will be a success and whether you will even be able to buy the ring in this form at some point.

In the meantime, more and more “smart” rings are coming onto the market, including from industry giants like Amazfit. Have you already joined the (smart) ring bearers?


(Featured image by tung256 via Pixabay)

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