Introducing McLEAR Contactless Payment Ring

McLEAR is a Smart Ring made for Contactless Payments at Points of Sale. It is based on NFC technology, and you can use it via an Android or iOS mobile app.   

McLEAR Ring allows you to confirm payments with simple gestures. The ring can be connected to a credit card and bank account - however, only with certain UK providers, currently. The connection with the financial providers not only allows you to make secure contactless payments but also allows for keeping track of daily expenditure.

McLear Contactless Payment Ring

What about Security?

The system behind the McLEAR Smart Ring features a secure, isolated bank account that sits between the user's credit cards and the stores where contactless purchases are made. This setup reduces the risks of a credit card being stolen, recorded or copied - as the ring is mounted on your finger.

McLear is a Passive NFC Device

One of the benefits of NFC-enabled contactless payment rings - including McLEAR, is that you don't have to worry about running out of battery - the ring simply doesn't have one! When the ring is brought near the point of sale device, an electromagnetic induction field formed between the two. The needed energy is passed through the ring's NFC circuit to enable the required authentication procedure.  

McLEAR ring is waterproof, scratch-resistant, and made of Zirconia.

product functionalities
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tech specs
Bluetooth for Wireless Connection
Gyroscope Sensor
NFC - Near Field Communication
Water Resistance
5 Atm
Battery Life/Passive device with no battery
Passive device
Smartphone and Computer Operating System (OS) Support
Android, iOS
product availability
Is the product available for purchases?
Yes. Launched in 2017