The world's first programmable friendship bracelet.
Get your kid coding today!
Order yours now to
be part of the first shipment in 2016.
Jewelbots are more than just pretty jewelry, they are a powerful communication tool. Kids can make their bracelets light up when a friend is nearby or send messages to a buddy across the room. They can come up with their own functionality and program their Jewelbot to behave in lots of cool ways!
Jewelbots are powered by the Arduino IDE, a powerful, yet easy to learn language intended for anyone making interactive projects.
16.7 million variations of rainbow fun!
Jewelbots come in different colors and shapes. You can even 3D print your own!
Match your mood, your style, express yourself.
Jewelbots have 4 lights that can be programmed to react to other Jewelbots. No other Jewelbots in the area? Not to worry. You can still program it to light up when it’s time for class, or to remind you to practice your violin!
All Jewelbots have a tiny motor in them that vibrates when it gets a message. Kids can send messages to their friends who are nearby by simply pressing on their Jewelbots, no phone required!
Using the free Jewelbots app for iPhone and Android, kids can set how their Jewelbot behaves and interacts with their friends. Don’t have a phone? Jewelbots can still be used without the app!
Jewelbots have a micro USB port on the side, and it can be directly connected to a computer. Using free Arduino software, kids can program their Jewelbots to do all sorts of cool things. Kids can then upload their code to our site and share and collaborate with other Jewelbot users.
We are making a product for kids, and their safety is our number one priority. Jewelbots don’t contain a GPS and we don’t store any personal data of any kind.
* Final colors and specs may vary slightly.
Every bracelet will ship with 3 different color bands, a Jewelbots charm and a charging cable:
32.5 x 32.5 x 14mm
16mm wide and 230mm long
The Jewelbot nylon band can be washed by hand. The charms should be wiped with a wet cloth. The cases should only be wiped with a dry cloth.
Jewelbots are splash resistant. Do not bath, shower or swim with your Jewelbot on.
Jewelbots sync wirelessly to tablets, iOS and Android smartphones using Bluetooth 4.0+ wireless technology.
Using basic if/then statements, girls begin to learn the fundamentals of computer science while engaging with their friends and expressing themselves. They can create friend-groups and decide how their Jewelbot lights up and vibrates when they are together. Once they get a hang of it, they can use the app to write little mods and take their skills further:
…the mod possibilities are endless.
And of course – Jewelbots basic functions can be used without a phone.
Jewelbots are also open source, so for the curious tinkerer, they offer the perfect platform to explore what is possible with wearable technology communication. Using the Arduino IDE, girls can literally make the bracelets do whatever they dream up. Light up when they get a call on their phone, why not?
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects.
Each 3-Pack presale includes our programmable Jewelbot Wearables Kit.
This is a pre-sale. Product aims to ship by Spring 2016. Shipping timelines are estimates.
Actual design of charm and bands may vary slightly. Every bracelet will ship with 3 different color bands.
Actual colors may differ. Because this is a pre-order, you are eligible for a full refund at any time before your merchandise ships.
Because Jewelbots won’t be ready until spring, we want to send you the next best thing. So we have designed custom wearable kits for you to construct your own projects!
Using these kits, along with our Intro To Wearables Video, you can make all kinds of cool projects right away, all while getting a jumpstart on coding in the same environment you will use to code your Jewelbots!
The Jewelbots Wearable Kit is a DIY kit, custom designed by the Jewelbots team to give you and a special kid an activity to do together. Pick an item of clothing, sew in LED lights, and program them to light up in fun patterns.
The best part, is that you get practice coding using the Arduino IDE, the same software you will use to program your Jewelbot!