6 pieces of pretty technology that double as jewellery Most plastic and rubber wearable technology stands out from a daily ensemble for all the wrong reasons. However, we've found six jewellery-like accessories that can easily transition from workout to fancy cocktail party. By Erica Rae Chong 6 pieces of pretty technology that double as jewellery Slideshow View Slideshow 6 pieces of pretty technology that double as jewellery Replay This Slideshow Next Slideshow Previous Next By: Photo: © Copyright View more galleries The best Canadian jewelle 20 colourful jewellery pi 5 accessories to make mom 1. Tory Burch Fitbit accessories Turn your Fitbit Flex into a fashion statement with Tory Burch's latest high-end collection of accessories. The collection consists of three bracelets and a pendant necklace, all of which house the Fitbit's tracker, which calculates your steps, calories burned and sleep quality. If you want a piece of Tory Burch without the designer price tag, the printed pink and blue silicone bracelets ($38) are an upgrade from the plain original Fitbit. For a lux-look, there's an open fretwork bracelet ($195) and necklace ($175) made from solid brass.Tory Burch Metal Hinged Bracelet, $195, toryburch.com. 2. Misfit Shine The Misfit Shine, like the Fitbit, tracks your activities, calories burned and sleep quality. It pairs with a smartphone app that allows you to sync the data by simply placing the device on the screen. The Misfit Shine is available in nine colours and has customizable accessories that pair with the device such as leather bands, a minimalistic sport necklace and the bloom necklace (left).Misfit Shine Bloom Necklace, $80, misfit.com. 3. June If diamonds are a girl’s best friend, then this chic smart-bracelet is a skin-savvy lady’s soulmate. It measures your exposure to the sun throughout the day and offers you information in real-time via your smart phone. The bracelet also tracks your UV exposure and suggests the appropriate SPF creams, warns you when your “sun dose” gets too high and even reminds you when to put your hat and sunglasses on. According to the site, the device is cut to resemble a diamond so that the facets play with the sun’s rays.June bracelet in Platinum, $99, netatmo.com/june. 4. Ringly Ever had your friend annoyed at you because you missed six of her calls while your phone was in your purse? That was the inspiration behind Ringly, a series of 18K gold rings set with precious and semi-precious stones. The ring connects to the Ringly smartphone app, where you can customize different colour and vibration patterns for different kinds of notifications— texts, calls, emails, calendar reminders, social media and more. Assign a colour to each type of notification and a tiny light on the side of the ring lights up when you receive one.When you get your Ringly, don’t throw out the box! It doubles as a charging device. Simply place the ring back into the box and plug the box into a USB outlet to charge the ring.Ringly in Daydream (Rainbow Moonstone) and Into The Woods (Emerald), $195 and $260 respectively, ringly.com. 5. Cuff Cuff is a small rectangular device that you can embed in a collection of Cuff bangles, necklaces and keychains. The device has a button you can press in case of an emergency. When activated, it uses Bluetooth to send an alert to a pre-configured contact via the Cuff smartphone app. If the contact is wearing a Cuff, their Cuff will vibrate. If not, the alert goes straight to their phones. You can program the app to also send your location and other relevant information such as allergies, medical history and insurance information.Cuff The Mia bracelet in Shiny Gold Tone and Textured Stingray, $150 each, cuff.io. 6. The Guardian Angel This sleek necklace provides two functions—press the button on the pendant once to activate a fake call, press and hold the button for three seconds to send an SOS message with your location to a designated phone number. You will also receive a text message to confirm your SOS message has been sent.While the necklace could potentially get you out of awkward dates, it was designed to be a personal safety accessory. According to the site, “nearly one in five women or approximately 22 million have been raped in their lifetime.” When faced with an uncomfortable situation, the necklace’s fake call function may act as a deterrent against sexual harassment or violence and provide a way for women to get help.This necklace is a collaboration between JWT Singapore and the Association of Women for Action and Research (AWARE), a not-for-profit gender equality advocacy group. 10 percent of each sale of the Guardian Angel necklace will go to AWARE.Guardian Angel necklace, $120, the-guardianangel.com.Check out these 20 colourful jewellery pieces for under $100.