The Armill Self-Powering Smart Bracelet is a Must Have!
The Armill Self-Powering Smart Bracelet you must buy right now!
The next gadget in our list comes from Christophe & Co. and it is called Armill.
To create the design for their Armill, Christophe & Co. hired the world-famous talents of the Pininfarina design house in Italy; mostly know for the design of Ferrari cars.
The designers combined a slightly automotive and modern edge to the high-end wearable which is made of high-quality materials and lots of gold and precious stones.
The more technology evolves the more it will be found in our daily objects. We already know that the wearable technology is the new thing right now, so this bracelet couldn’t come at a better time.
The wearable technology so far is a luxury that not everyone can afford having. It is typically limited to the world of watches and jewelry.
But the world of smart and wearable things is quickly changing, thus the bracelet.
The body of the bracelet features materials such as 18k gold, precious stones, Alcantara leather and ceramic as well as NFC and Bluetooth connectivity.
All you need to do if you want to own the bracelet is to visit the Christophe & Co. website if you are interested.
The story of the bracelet and how they come up with it is quite simple. They were looking to create an ultra-high-end wearable tech that will incorporate the elements of high tech while focusing on exclusivity as jewelry for a gentleman.
The bracelet doesn’t fit in the watch category which means you can wear it as an accessory that will come along with a fancy watch.
They claim that the power reserve can be up to one year and with frequent wear, users won’t likely ever need to charge their Armills devices.
Did you know that the term “Armill” comes from an ancient type of bracelet often worn for symbolic protection or to designate one’s own esteemed status?
Don’t you worry about the bracelet being decorated with diamonds, your masculinity won’t fade away; you’ll be as masculine as you want.
The Pininfarina designed the Armill to be as square as possible in order to fit on your wrist which should make the bracelet be more comfortable and not dangle around like a bangle.
The brand already announced that each Christophe & Co. Armill bracelet will be produced in Britain. The process will begin with a carbon fiver inner frame, which will also be produced in Britain, topped with a range of materials from gold to ceramic and precious stones.
There will be various limited edition versions of the bracelet, but the company has announced that they wish each piece to be individualized by the needs of the wearer.
For some local markets the bracelets will come in various decorations. For example, for the Chinese market, Armill bracelets will have engraved dragons, while in Russia they will have the St. George slaying a dragon.
Christophe & Co. are currently taking pre-orders for the planned initial run of 425 Christophe & Co. Armill devices.
That includes 300 limited edition Virtus models, 100 Orion models, and 25 Apollo models. Prices are $75,000, $93,000, and $149,000 respectively.
pictures from: Christophe & Co. Facebook Page
What do you think about the bracelet? Do you think it will go well with your current watch?