Sgnl Smartband Lets You Make Phone Calls by Your Fingertip

Forget your Bluetooth headset that needs to stays on your ear. The Sgnl smartband provides a more simple way to answer your calls. All you need to do is just placing your fingertip on your ear. Cool? Let’s continue checking.

Sgnl Smartband Allows You Make Calls by Your Fingertip

The Sgnl is an innovative and versatile smart band that fits all sorts of classic watches and smartwatches with its specially designed lug adapter, and in addition to using as a smart watchband, the Sgnl also works as a standalone wearable smartband. The smartband measures 24mm wide and comes in three colors to match different senses of style. Meanwhile, water-resistant design allows it to withstand powerful water jets.

Sgnl Smartband Allows You Make Calls by Your Fingertip

The smart strap features an integrated actuator unit that generates a body-conductible vibration with remarkably low power consumption, and its built-in audio algorithm selectively amplifiers voice signals with proper wavelength modulation, so you can place your fingertip to your ear for answering calls, and the sound is contained within your ear, only you can hear the voice.

Sgnl Smartband Allows You Make Calls by Your Fingertip

The smartband wirelessly connects with your smartphone using Bluetooth technology, so the Sgnl has the ability to remind you of keeping in touch with those who matter by monitoring call frequency and nudging you to call your significant others, and it alerts you to calls, texts, and app notifications with different patterns. In addition, the smartband acts as a fitness tracker that monitors your workout patterns and tracks your steps, and its rechargeable battery offers a week of usage between charges.

The crowdfunding campaign for Sgnl is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $129 to preorder the smartband. It will be shipped in February 2017.

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