Fitness Device That Doesn’t Look Like One

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The Misfit Ray can rest on wrists or sway from necks, via hidden spring bars

The Misfit Ray can rest on wrists or sway from necks, via hidden spring bars (Credit: Misfit)

Although activity trackers come in a variety of shapes and types, most look like what they’re assumed to be. The latest device from Misfit, however, bucks trends with a unique fashion-forward design. The Misfit Ray fitness and sleep monitor features a minimalist, cylindrical aluminum body that keeps track of personal activity no matter how it’s worn.

The market for fitness and sleep monitors is a crowded one, but Misfit stands out through its proclivity for designing products that blend together function and simple style. Similar to the Shine 2, the Misfit Ray encapsulates its hardware within a water-resistant, aircraft-grade aluminum body.

Measuring 38 mm long by 12 mm in diameter, the Ray takes on a sleek, versatile form that can rest on wrists or sway from necks via hidden spring bars. Users can opt for a sport or leather band, choose from other Misfit accessories, or create their own way to wear the Ray.

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