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Wide range of customization now available for Misfit Shine 2 and Ray models

02 September 2016 0

Misfit Wearables – the wearable gadget company, revealed a whole new round of accessories for their wearable fitness trackers – Misfit Shine 2 and Misfit Ray, today at IFA 2016 event.

The company has announced four new colors for the Misfit Shine 2 along with fourteen new sports colorful bands and four Field bands which are made of extremely resistant braided nylon and leather. There are also bands in the Halo series, which are available in three colors. The company says that these colors are inspired by summer landscapes, devices and help the Misfit accessories get colors like bright, neutrals, pastel-colored and also offer a wide range of shades for all types of user flavor. These new accessories and colors help the user to customize the Shine 2 in over 80 new ways!

Along with the Shine 2, the Misfit Ray also got four new colors and thirty new accessories. The various types include leather, paracord and stainless steel long wit gold and silver. These allow tuning up their Ray with over 150 potential combinations.

The General Manager of Misfit –Mr. Preston Moxcey said, “We have always focused on giving our customers options to customize their wearables, and now the possibilities of almost endless. Between Shine 2 and Ray, there’s something for all styles.”

By introducing all these new colors and accessories, the company has definitely placed itself way ahead of other wearables currently in the market in terms of accessories.



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