Totwoo smart jewellery has several functions which include automatically calculating your daily walk and consumed calories, UV monitoring, a reminder if you have been inactive for a specified period, a “shining” mode that makes your jewellery bling and the ability to pair up your Totwoo with that someone so messages can be sent by merely tapping the jewellery.
The newest collection is the Smart Clover. Featuring a gold and silver pendant, the high-end jewellery has been designed on the concept of “memory”. This means that the wearer can store precious memories like photos, audio and video clip into the jewellery using the Totwoo app. Also, Totwoo comes in its very own jewellery box with a mirror that doubles as a charger. Place your pendant in its box and plug into a USB outlet to start charging. Your Totwoo will blink red while charging. And it should take 1 hour to charge with the light off fully. The box does have its battery that should last in a month without needing to plug it in. A fully charged box can charge the jewellery about 20 times, and it can even provide around 15% emergency charging for a mobile phone.
Swarg Tech has come up with a smart jewellery product called Sakhī. Pronounced ‘Suhkhee’, the state-of-the-art jewellery for women has been built on offering useful, intelligent features while preserving the fundamental essence of wearing a stylish accessory.
Giving women the freedom of design, one of the great things about Sakhī is that you can customise your bracelet with beads and charms from other brands like Pandora, Chamilia, Baigi and Brighton. Their most significant selling point has to be the smart bracelet’s ability to safeguard women with a designated guardian network.