Swiss engineered Armillion bracelets take contactless payment and remote car/home access to the next level, with bank-grade encryption 

  • Contactless payments up to £200,000, can be used globally  
  • Backed by Mastercard© 
  • Limit can be set by the wearer or purchaser   
  • Comprised of Ceramic with a diamond-like carbon coating
  • Water and scratch resistant 
  • Unlock your car and home with ease
  • High-level encryption 
  • Never needs to be charged 

Whilst it may be sleek and stylish in design, it’s the technology behind this emerging product that is really impressive. The bracelet acts as a key to daily life, offering the wearer the convenience of a world totally unlocked – but with strict security measures. 

The NFC technology behind the Armillion bracelet not only provides high-level encryption to ensure safety and security, it allows for contactless payments of up to £200,000 to made anywhere in the world, protected by a PIN code and supported by Mastercard. Unlike most wearables with frustratingly limited battery lives, the Armillion bracelet doesn’t need to be charged – it instead charges from the very process of making contactless payments, via the card readers. 

The Armillion bracelet is made from one of the hardest materials on the earth, Ceramic, and treated with a diamond-like carbon coating to make it entirely scratch resistant; this is usually only seen on the bezels of high-end, swiss watches. Each bracelet is embellished with a variety of textures and finished with either 18K rose or yellow gold. 

Born in Geneva, a city known for its banking, security and watch-making companies, the idea was simple – Armillion wanted to harness a team of security and FinTech experts to create a beautiful and luxurious product, but also a practical one. Not only can it make contactless payments, it can also unlock your car and home, and disarm your security system on your approach (again using a pin, and easily deactivated) – no keys needed. 

The exclusive Zirconia Oxide core is made from just two complex solid pieces, each of which takes five days and up to 1500 degrees of heat to create, before they are machined together for 98-hours with diamond-tipped tools to a thousandth of a millimetre for the perfect fit. A further five days of polishing is required, before they achieve the unique ‘black mirror’ finish that will then receive the flawless guilloche engraving.

Each edition of the Armillion bracelet is limited to 10 pieces available worldwide; the company also provides ‘bespoke’ services for those who would like to create their own design. 

For more information, please visit: https://www.armillion.com