Some products are understood by their renowned shade, and for Coca-Cola, it’s that brilliant red stripe.
Misfit, the company behind the Sparkle health and fitness tracker, has actually coordinated with Coca-Cola to develop a version of its little device that’s is that exact red hue that you have actually familiarized and enjoy.
In honor of the Fourth of July, Misfit and Coca-Cola introduced the Coca-Cola Red Luster (US$ 99.99), which comes with the typical black sporting activities band and clever little magnetic clip-on clasp. However, there ares much more for you that salute the red, white and blue: the Superstar Spangled Collection!
Take a Coca-Cola Red Sparkle, an unique white sports band, and a brand-new navy blue t-shirt total with a tiny pocket on the arm to house the Sparkle, and you have the Superstar Spangled Set. It’s readily available now for an unique price of $ 119.99, although you’ll have the ability to purchase the white sports band and navy tee individually from Misfit in the future.
The Misfit Sparkle is quite different from a lot of fitness trackers in that it’s good-looking and can be accessorized with every little thing from the magnetic clasp to lovely lockets, does not require charging (there’s an exchangeable battery inside), and utilizes small white LEDs to not only mention your progression to a daily target however likewise tell you the moment. The Sparkle is included in Apple’s “Strength” advertisement (it’s the little round tool being synced using positioning on an iPhone screen), and rated well in our late 2013 assessment.
And a final little facts to end this post: one of Misfit’s co-founders is none apart from former Apple CEO and Pepsi Head of state John Sculley, who Steve Jobs goaded into taking the Apple task by asking him if he would like to “sell sugared water for the rest of his life”. It’s ironic that Misfit coordinated with Pepsi’s arch-rival for this special health and fitness tracker.