One day a device looking just like this will teleport you around the world, for the moment it connects to your phone via Bluetooth to give you some handy features.
The bracelet is a single piece wrap around design and comes boxed with a proprietary USB power connecting cable for recharging the fixed internal battery. There are just two operating buttons on the side of the bracelet and a display panel which occupies only a small portion of the display area..
In use the bracelet lets you leave your phone safely in a bag whilst you can access some of the phones features, primarily taking calls and listening to music played from the phone.
The bracelet has a microphone and speaker and operates as a kind of handset, allerting you when a text, email or call is received. It lets you complete the call hands-free, but you’ll have to get your phone out of the bag to read texts or emails.
The other useful feature is that the bracelet vibrates to alert you when the phone is going out of Bluetooth range. As I’m prone to leaving my phone wherever I go, this is personally a very useful feature for me.
The internal battery promises 72 hours of use, but this will depend on how you use it. In any event you need to develop the habit of recharging the bracelet alongside your phone.
I don’t think of myself having large wrists, but I found the bracelet uncomfortably tight to wear for extended periods. This and the styling give the impression of this being better suited to women rather than men. As with most displays the small screen is best viewed indoors and impossible to view in bright light and the sound quality is acceptable rather than spectacular.
In summary the bracelet won’t fit everyone’s taste or wrists, but for some people the ability to take calls whilst keeping their phone safe using a fashionable bracelet accessory will make this an attractive gift item.