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wearables - about


Wearables can be divided into passive and active wearables. You can read the difference between the two hereAdornPay sells passive wearables. It is not immediately visible that it is a wearable. Everyone will think it is an ordinary piece of jewelry, while in the meantime you can use it for payments and as your digital business card. The wearable, like a debit card, contains an NFC chip, which is integrated into the jewelry. The advantage of a passive wearable is that you can transform a 'fashion item' into a payment item. You can read important information about the warranty and lifespan of the chips in our wearables here . 

Pay with a wearable 

All you have to do at the cash register is hold your wearable no more than 2 centimeters from the payment terminal, just as you normally do with your debit card or mobile phone. With our ring you pay by giving the ATM a box (don't forget to also give the person behind the cash register a box)

In the Netherlands you can pay up to 50 euros contactless, without entering a PIN code on the payment terminal. Above this amount you must enter a PIN code on the payment terminal itself. You can find the PIN code in the Curve or VIMpay app.   

If you lose your wearable, you can easily block it, just like your debit card, in the Manage Mii app. The advantage of our wearables is that it appears to be a 'normal' piece of jewelry. When someone finds the jewelry, it is not immediately visible that it is a payment jewelry. This makes misuse of the wearable very unlikely. 

Prepaid or linked to your account 

You can link your wearable to your checking account, many people find this most convenient. Unfortunately, in the Netherlands you can currently only link a credit card or new debit card (with card number) directly to your wearable (via Curve). Unfortunately, it is not possible to link a Maestro debit card directly.

Because AdornPay would like everyone in the Netherlands to be able to pay with our wearables, you can also opt for a prepaid option. This is just like a prepaid credit card or a prepaid SIM card for a telephone. You can top up the card by depositing an amount on the card (via an app). You can then pay with your wearable until the amount you have deposited is used up, after which you can recharge the wearable. This can easily be done via an app on your phone. Read more information about the prepaid option here.

Curve & VIMpay

After purchasing your wearable, you can link it to a Curve or VIMpay account.

Curve is a wallet that merges multiple payment cards in the mobile app. This allows you to make payments with one (virtual) card.

Note: Currently you can only link credit cards & the new debit cards (with card number) to your Curve wallet. Unfortunately, an old Maestro debit card cannot yet be linked. 

VIMpay is an app in which you can create a free, virtual prepaid credit card. Ideal if you don't have a credit card. 

NB: VIMpay only works if you are a resident of Germany or Austria. You need a German or Austrian telephone number and bank account number to register.
You can read more information about how to activate and connect your wearable here

Additional function

In addition to our wearables being an easy and fast means of payment, they also allow you to share your personalized digital business card . By simply touching your wearable to someone else's phone, your business card will appear and the business card can easily be added to the contact list. 

Our new wearable collection

Our latest wearable collection, including payment rings, is currently in production. Would you like to be the first to know when there is news about our latest wearable collection? Then sign up here