The Remember Ring – Alarm Clock On Your Finger

Remember Ring Finger Alarm Clock

Why is it okay for the girl to forget an important date like your birthday, when you first met, or perhaps a wedding anniversary but if the guy happens to forget, it’s a really big deal? Not everything in life is fair but you can avoid anniversary related drama with your significant other with the help of a new product made for people who have a terrible memory. Thanks to the Remember Ring, you will never forget her special day because the ring will remind you 24 hours in advance.

The Remember Ring uses patent pending Hot Spot™ technology which will heat the interior surface of the ring to 120 degrees Fahrenheit which is enough to cause discomfort but not enough to send you to the hospital for burns. 24 hours prior to the alarm date, the Remember Ring heats up for 10 seconds every hour, all day long making it pretty damn difficult to ignore.

Finger Alarm Clock

I suppose you could always put the reminder in your phone but the Remember Ring is way more interesting and stylish. The ring uses a micro thermopile which will convert the heat from your hand into electricity, keeping the battery charged and the microchip clock running perpetually. The good thing about the Remember Ring is that it’s maintenance free, water proof, and impact resistant. Just tell the company the date to program and it’s a done deal. Unfortunately, it’s only programmable for one date.

The Remember Ring is available in seven different styles in 14k yellow or white gold. It’s only available in sizes 10-13. The ring is currently in pre-order stages and the price is set at $760. What do you guys think? Waste of money or something useful? Let’s hope no malfunctions occur and some poor schmuck ends up burning his finger.


  1. Mike says

    I feel this is still expensive and if you are looking for unique, the Kinekt Gear Ring is still the ring to beat.

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