Ring Heats Up To Remind Wearer Of Anniversary

Ring Heats Up To Remind Wearer Of Anniversary

The Remember Ring uses electricity from wearer's hand to run an internal clock and heating mechanism.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 10 june 2013

Many men get a lot of heat from their girlfriends or wives when they forget anniversaries. Alaska Jewelry is looking to help guys remember the important date with the Remember Ring, a specially-designed ring that heats up to remind the user of their upcoming anniversary.

The ring uses a patent pending Hot Spot™ technology to warm up its interior surface to 120º F for ten seconds on the day before the anniversary. It will then continue to warm up every hour for the entire day. The heat is not enough to burn, but enough to cause slight discomfort to the wearer.

The Remember Ring utilizes a micro thermopile to convert the heat from the user’s hand into electricity. This keeps the battery charged and the microchip clock running continuously.

Buyers need only to specify the date and the maker will program the date into the ring. It is currently in its concept stage, but, according to Alaska Jewelry, it will be made available in seven styles in 14K white and yellow gold.


Alaska Jewelry

+Electronics & Gadgets
+fashion / apparel
+fitness / sport

Capsule Is Reimagining The Pharmacy As A Patient-First Experience

AI june 23, 2017
Social Media june 23, 2017
No search results found.