Tool Time, July–August 2015: Ringly & More

We give you the details on a ring that tells you what you need to know plus a new polishing system.WHO, WHAT, WEARABLE Ringly Of all the wearables we’ve test-driven here at JCK over the last year, Ringly—a notification device embedded in a classic cocktail ring that buzzes or blinks to show when calls, texts, and emails come in—feels the least tech-y, and the most effortless. That’s because it looks and wears exactly like a ­cocktail ring, as opposed to a device. What we liked: It’s real jewelry—not a plastic or ­rubber facsimile. At press time, there were five models ­available: a rhodium-plated ring with a tourmilated quartz stone, and four 18k matte gold–plated models with a center stone in moonstone, pink sapphire (pictured here), emerald, or black onyx. What we didn’t like: The lack of a Ringly with a glossy gold patina, which would be truly irresistib

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