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Looking for a lot more crystal on your fitness tracker? The Misfit Swarovski Shine goes full-on blingy: available in March, these trackers have giant Swarovski crystals embedded in the hardware.

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The Swarovski Shine isn't just a design tweak: a violet-crystal version coming later in the year is solar-powered, too.

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A peek inside the solar-powered Shine tracker. The crystal's facets help angle light inside, so 10 or 15 minutes of non-flourescent light should power the Shine each day.

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The Swarovski Shine has accessories like this pendant, either included or purchased separately.

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A look at the clear crystal version in the same pendant.

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Other accessories include crystal-studded watchband-type designs.

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A variety of slake colors.

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The Swarovski Shine bundles will include two accessories and start at $170 (which converts to around £110 or AU$210). The accessories work with the original non-crystal-bedecked Shine, too.

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Some of the pendant accessories even look good as jewelry on their own. Read our hands-on impressions at CES 2015.

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