Wearables That Will Make You Put Your Phone Away

BARCELONA, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 24: Samsung Gear2 is shown to the media during the first day of the Mobile World Congress 2014 at the Fira Gran Via complex on February 24, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. The annual Mobile World Congress hosts some of the world's largest communication companies, with many unveiling their latest phones and gadgets. The show runs from February 24 - February 27. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

The internet is changing and as it grows we all evolve with it. First, there were computers. You would wake up, log in and check out your newsfeed, only to discover what you did last night with your mates (!) Then came your phone, your best friend from dusk till dawn. You were inseparate, couldn’t stop looking at each other. They called it “The era of the smartphone”. And then it all changed. Let me welcome you to the age of wearable technology.

We ‘ve all started to notice them around, from smart watches like the famous apple watch, to the futuristic google glass that was eventualy paused as a project. As users report though, these devices look more “techy” than fashion-wearable accessories. Well, this is not the case with these three wearables, so let’s jump right into them.

Samsung Galaxy Gear Watch


This stylish full-metal bodied Android Smartwatch that functions by connecting to your Samsung smartphone or tablet. Specifically speaking, the apps on the watch connect via Bluetooth to the Samsung Galaxy range of smartphones or the Samsung Note tablets. It virtually makes the watch an extension of the Android mobile device, which means you can do most of the stuff you do on smartphones and tablets.

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Part of the “genius” of the device – which sports a minimalist design suitable for a man or a woman — is that it really does look like a piece of jewelry. If you go on and unfold it though, it will give you a charging connector, where you can plug your phone.The internal lithium-ion battery will deliver a charge of up to 60%. The bracelet itself takes up to 90 minutes to charge and will last for about 30 days in standby mode.

The “Ringly” ring experienceringly_FINALIf you are a woman, we ‘ve got some great news for you. At last there is a piece of amazing jewellery with “smart” capabilities. You’ll be able to connect it to your phone using Ringly’s mobile app and set up how and when you want to receive notifications.


We all dream of wearables that are wearable and thirst for tech jewelry that looks like what we would normally wear but does digital double duty. As we are patiently waiting for more new devices, we are pretty sure that these devices will boost your social living without you going out for another dinner with your phone on the side.

You can always look for more wearable tech tips and devices at Argos Uk