The last thing you want your smart jewellery to do is buzz constantly with random notifications from apps that you've forgotten to switch off.
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The smart ring connects up to your iPhone - Android support is coming in early 2016 - and it does handle alerts using subtle vibrations to let you know someone is calling or messaging you. The twist is that the Ungaro ring only buzzes for one VIP contact set up in the Omate app.
That's it - no lights, no vibration patterns to remember, no keywords. Just choose a family member or your partner and away you go. The battery life is five days, which is on a par with most smart jewellery we've tested, though admittedly its more affordable rivals such as Altruis and Ringly handle more alerts, from multiple contacts, throughout the day.
Manufactured in a fine jewellery factory in Arezzo, Italy, the smart cocktail ring comes in gold and silver and customers have the option to choose from blue topaz, opalite, sapphire, onyx and ruby for the gemstone.
The design is said to be inspired by Ungaro's Diva perfume from 1983 and it certainly nods to the styling of the bottle. Put it this way, judging by the press pics, Joan Collins would happily wear this.
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If the Ungaro ring doesn't sound cheap, that's because it isn't. Prices range from $500 to $2,000 and it will be available to buy from November 2015 through the Richline Group, which makes and markets fancy jewellery.
If the ring isn't quite to your tastes, Omate announced the smart ring as part of a strategic partnership with the design house so we could see more luxury tech collaborations.