Futuristic French start-up Wistiki just launched a product with the same name, described by the company as “the first connected jewels ever.” Wistiki is a device that can be attached to one’s keys, pet, wallet or any frequently lost item in order to locate them from a phone. Designed by Philippe Starck, Wistiki is available in three different shapes suggested for a variety of uses: the ahā! (pets collar), the voilà! (keys), and the hopla! (wallet).
All three devices encompass a wide range of features, including a GPS locator, a ringtone with a hot/cold radar, reverse ringtone (use your Wistiki to find your phone), and virtual leash. The ringtone feature saves time in locating the article by making the device ring, while the electronic leash mode alerts the user when the item is moving away from the smartphone.
The waterproof device has an impressive battery life that can last up to 3 years, and is compatible with both the iOS and Android software. Further, the wearable has a ringtone power of 90 decibels, and a range distance of 328 feet. Available in 4 colors (pink, yellow, blue and orange), Wistiki boasts a brushed metal case and an antenna made from real gold.
The product can be purchased on Wistiki’s Indiegogo campaign page. For more information, see Wistiki’s website here.
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