Misfit kicked off its CES 2015 by introducing the Swarovski Shine Collection, a collaboration between the fitness wearables company and the well-known crystal jewelry maker. The new Swarovski Shine Collection includes the Swarovski Shine Activity Tracking Crystal and accompanying accessories.

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The Swarovski Shine Activity Tracking Crystal is a Swarovski crystal with Misfit's fitness and sleep-monitoring sensors. The clear version is powered by a replaceable battery, while the violet Swarovski Shine is charged using patented solar power technology.

This is the world’s first wireless activity and sleep monitor that utilizes an energy harvesting technology to enable it to never require charging or replacing of batteries. Simply expose the violet Swarovski Shine to light to keep it charged.

Both the clear and violet versions of the Swarovski Shine are waterproof, and similar to previous Misfit Shine models, the Swarovski Shine tracks activity, monitors sleep, and includes a connected iOS app for food and weight logging.

The Swarovski Shine will be sold with a variety of optional accessories including slake bracelets, pendants, and wristbands. The clear version will be available in three sets that include two accessories each, with prices ranging from $169.99 to $249.99. Pricing on the violet version has yet to be announced.

Top Rated Comments

Robert.Walter Avatar
119 months ago
No doubt Swarovski makes great optical instruments (like B+L used to), but their kitch & schmuck jewlery is so tacky ...
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
A MacBook lover Avatar
119 months ago
Haters...this looks nice from a female perspective, it's just about $120 overpriced.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jaro65 Avatar
119 months ago
At least now I know which wearable device I don't need to consider. I don't even care what functionality it may offer.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
2457282 Avatar
119 months ago
This looks terrible. The smart watch/activity trackers seem to be the thing at this years CES, but of all the ones reported here at MR, this seems the worst so far,, IMO.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Zelmung Avatar
119 months ago
This site has become JunkRumors in the last couple of days.
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