The McLEAR Smart Ring is a ceramic programmable smart ring, the original NFC enabled Ring.
The original NFC Ring, as featured on The Guardian, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, BBC, The Washington Post and many more. The NFC Ring can be used to unlock doors, mobile phones, transfer information and link people. It comes with two special NFC tag inlays sealed inside the ring, allowing you to program each side to do different things – such as unlocking your phone, your door (with an NFC enabled door lock) or store custom settings for your device, for example. One smart ring, unlimited possibilities.
- Unlock your Smart phone or tablet
- Share & Transfer information
- Lock and unlock your door
- Control Applications
- Water Resistant and No charging required
At amazon.com you can purchase a 2022 New Version NFC Ring Wireless Smart Ring Multifunctional Ring, Smart Phone Remote Control, NFC Smart Door Lock Quick Unlock, Smart Attendance, Stainless Steel Waterproof, Gifts for Women for Men for only $9.99., which is 100% less than the cost in eBay ($7,500.00). The cheapest price was found on May 28, 2023 5:21 pm. – View Buying Options
Inventors of the smart ring We catalysed the smart ring industry in 2013 with the NFC Ring ®, so we know a thing or two about making them. McLEAR works in partnership with Visa, Gemalto, Infineon and other financial and technology institutions.
McLEAR is a Smart Ring made for Contactless Payments at Points of Sale. It is based on NFC technology, and you can use it via an Android or iOS mobile app. McLEAR Ring allows you to confirm payments with simple gestures. The ring can be connected to a credit card and bank account - however, only with certain UK providers, currently.
Your Smart Ring just got even smarter… It’s finally here and we’re super excited for the launch of RingPay by McLEAR! Being the pioneer of wearable payment technology and the inventor of the Smart Ring, we strive continuously to bring new and innovative services to our Ringholders.
I’ve had this ring for ~1 month, and I really enjoy it. The carbon fiber looks super classy, and I’ve gotten several compliments on it. The after I explain that it has an NFC chip and what it can do, people get really impressed.I personally use my NFC ring for 2 purposes:1. The outside NFC chip (carbon fiber side) stores my name, email address, and phone number. I can ‘fist bump’ an Android phone to share my complete contact information. It’s super fast, and people are extremely impressed by it.2. The inside NFC chip (black side) is used to unlock my cell phone. I can just hold my phone in my hand, and it will unlock without needing to type in a passcode.I was most impressed that the NFC chip was able to work despite my thick phone case. My Galaxy S5 phone case adds an additional 1/4 inch to the back, yet the ring is able to consistently be read through the phone case. I’ve been able to get my phone to read my ring from ~1/2 inch away.You can store many different types of data, or trigger many different types of actions for your phone with the NFC chip. There are so many possibilities.
Ace Talbert –
It fit right and does what it said, I’m satisfied.
D. Lyons –
pretty cool, finding the hot spot on the phone is like finding the “G” spot. But once you locate it, game on.
I was too ruff with it, but because it’s ceramic, it sliced my finger open when it broke. Lost the part in some gravel when that happen so I wasn’t able to unlock my phone and had a $300 paper weight. It worked great up until that point though.
Kellen S. –
Opens the Samsung keyless digital lock for my front door.AwesomeI have a tendency some would call a ritual to lock myself out or lose my keys on a moment to moment basis. So the ring is perfect for my unlikely habit.In March i dropped it and it snapped in half. Disappointed. I maybe should habe purchased a metal one. If there is a metal one.
Mel Torme –
More features would be nice, but I did know that when I bought it. That would be fine if the 2 features it does have worked well, but they really don’t. I hope you can improve on it, it’s actually a pretty interesting idea.
The ring stopped working before 12 months just by using it.I tried to return. No success.
chris lee huerta –