When the founder of elemoon, Jing Zhou, moved to the United States, she noticed that girls in China and the United States have several things in common. They can never find accessories to match every outfit, they constantly play hide and seek with their phone and they hate missing important messages and calls. A year ago, the emergence of wearable technology captured the imagination of Jing's experienced team of manufacturers, designers and marketers and sparked excitement for their acclaimed group of advisors like E! Entertainment co-founder Larry Namer and Vogue Publisher Tom Florio. Together they set out to solve these universal problems with elemoon, a bracelet for the modern woman, with customizable LEDs, custom alerts, health tracking and a clock. It's most ingenious feature, however, may be the ability to track your missing phone. Since its launch, elemoon has been covered by US and international media, including The New York Times, ABC News, CNBC, FOX, Time Out, VICE, Us Weekly and Forbes China. It was named “the best new invention for September” by MSN and “fashion-forward accessory of the week” by the Creators Project.
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