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Photo via Misfit/Swarovski Shine Collection
Photo via Misfit/Swarovski Shine Collection

In the never-ending quest to defeat ugly wearable tech, Misfit announced new fitness trackers that will be covered in bling, or Swarovski crystals to be exact, at CES.

The Swarovski Shine Collection is designed to “make you look great every day, all day long,” and features several new wearable options that will use the “Swarovski Shine Activity Tracking Crystal,” to help you keep track of your steps.

According to a release by Misfit: “We are excited to unveil our most luxurious Shine’s and accessories yet. This premier collection includes: Two new, fully waterproof wearables: 1) a clear Swarovski Shine with a brilliant crystal face and 2.) a violet Swarovski Shine which uses a patented ‘energy crystal’ technology to power itself.”

That’s right. The solar-powered “energy crystal” will never require charging or a battery change. (It’s the purple bracelet and crystal featured in the hero image).

The crystals come with nine different accessories so you can swap out your crystal into different looks, including pendants. Misfit is taking pre-orders, the basic set with the non-solar-powered tracking crystal starting at $169.99.

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