Sandistore Newest Magic Smart Ring Universal For All Android Windows NFC Cellphone Mobile Phones,Black,Ring Size 6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13 (11)

January 21, 2019 - Comment

Specification: Size:6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 (please refer to the size picture) Chip: NFC chip Working frequency band: 13.56MHZ Storage space: 144BYTES Transmission rate: 106kb / s Uses: set up smart lock, card recharge, smart phone unlock, phone important file lock, transfer files. Features: No charge, programmable read-only lock function, 7-byte serial number clone protection Package: 1 x Smart

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(as of 11:05 am UTC - Details)

Specification:
Size:6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 (please refer to the size picture)
Chip: NFC chip
Working frequency band: 13.56MHZ
Storage space: 144BYTES
Transmission rate: 106kb / s
Uses: set up smart lock, card recharge, smart phone unlock, phone important file lock, transfer files.
Features: No charge, programmable read-only lock function, 7-byte serial number clone protection
Package:
1 x Smart Ring

Product Features

  • Lock and unlock your Smart phone or tablet quickly, hide the app when you leave your smart phone alone
  • Quickly start the phone application, in advance will need to quickly start the program startup command written in the smart ring, when the smart ring touches the phone will automatically find and start the program.
  • Control Applications (you can write a fixed process list ahead of the time, and the ring will start the applications each time by simply touch.
  • Multi-functional NFC smart ring, the main function is to store and exchange personal information, as well as mobile content and personal privacy encryption unlock, support for Apple, Samsung, Huawei, millet and other DNF-enabled mobile phone.

Comments

Anonymous says:

For the price…not the worst deal. Read updated review FINAL UPDATE: About 6 months into it and the ring finally died. It no longer emits RFID frequency and is rendered useless. I still firmly believe that the price is fair for the novelty of the ring.UPDATE: Less than 1 month later, the RFID section of the ring fell out. I ended up taking some fine sandpaper to the edges of the black section so that it would be more “recessed” into the ring and not catch on things. I then re-glued it in place with high strength epoxy. Problem…

Anonymous says:

Smart ring what a turd This thing is a turd the saying I can’t seem to have it turned on even with the NFC save your money I think it’s a scam.

Anonymous says:

It is what it is. It doesn’t look as nice (mine has bubbles in the “screen”) and the black appears to not be a screen of any kind like it seems from the ad. I guess it is what it is though.

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