How A Normal Looking High Heel Emerges As The Future Of A True Fashion Wearable

Do you struggle with pairing your heels to your outfits every day? There is now a solution for this problem. A smart high-tech heel has been conquering the market since March 12 this year. This heel is called Volvorii Timeless smart shoe developed by a Lithuanian startup with the name iShüu Tech. It is available on Indiegogo right now for $249 and expected to be shipped as from this December. What makes this heel so special and how does it simplify women’s daily struggle? No matter what color your outfit has, the high-tech heels change colors.


How? You just download the smartphone companion app that will be announced and available on iTunes later during the year. Through clicks within the app, you can change colors in seconds. The heels are made of smooth leather and rubber, outfitted with hidden circuitboard, Bluetooth as well as battery components. They are provided with electronic e-ink paper on the sides. For now, just black, white and the Louis Vuitton logo can be chosen but the developers will add more color and pattern options to the app. The battery powering the display, recharges through an integrated USB wireless charger. It takes two hours for reaching the heel’s full power again.


Read more about this Volvorii Timeless smart shoe on the Entrepreneur.

What an invention, right? Looks like we do not need so many shoes anymore since we can switch colors depending on outfits and moods multiple times a day. The price is affordable and the heel looks very comfortable. Make sure to watch the stunning video in the sidebar. (ML, 11:57 PM)



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