Silent Beacon is a wearable panic button

NEWS – The Silent Beacon is a wearable safety tracking button that connects to your smartphone, tablet, and another compatible Bluetooth device to reach out to designated contacts, 911, or an ambulance with your GPS location in the event of an emergency. With the press of one touch, you can send text messages, push notifications, and email. The device even uses a patent-pending two-way communication system that will let you use the device as a speakerphone to relay important info in a voice call to your pre-stored emergency contacts inside the Silent Beacon mobile app.

Silent Beacon is water resistant and has 72-hour battery life. To use it you just need to press two indented buttons which will make the device vibrate and will flash red LEDs lights. There is also a silent mode that allows you to call for help without tipping off those around you if you’re in a dangerous situation.

The Silent Beacon app is free, and there are no monthly fees. The personal safety device is available in four colors and is priced at $94.33. Visit silentbeacon.com for more info.

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  2. That’s just a little too ugly for my tastes when there are other wearable panic devices out there like the Lotus by Seam and the nimb ring.

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