Smart trackers and smartwatches can tell you more about your body than your aunt who likes to remind you of your dimensions. So it's not surprising that the majority have slapped one on their wrist even if they use it for nothing more than timekeeping. It’s the additional function and the low cost that drives Indians to wear a smartwatch or smart tracker even if the city dwellers hardly use it beyond basic step tracking. Throwing in a smart ring will take the fiddly screen time and notification nudges away from your daily schedule, so you can go back to working out, eating and burning those Diwali gains.
However, how much value you see in the Luna Ring depends largely on you and not just its feature set because let's face it, convincing anyone to drop ₹15,999 on a smart ring is still a little perplexing.
And I repeat, it’s not the Luna Ring’s shortcomings that make it any less desirable. In fact, for something that cannot be tucked between the sleeves like a watch, the Luna Ring must look pretty in all instances, and it does! From office meetings to event gatherings and family functions, the Noise Luna Ring will blend in and sit comfortably on your finger; fashionably monitoring your steps to the dessert section at the wedding.