[WORLDKINGS] Daily Highlights November 23, 2020 - SOS Band global personal alert wearable shares your location in emergencies


(worldkings.org) You love exercising in the great outdoors but know it can be dangerous out there. Breathe a little easier with the SOS band. This emergency wearable is easy to use and sends your location's coordinates to your contacts if you're in trouble.

If you bike or run solo, you know how important it is to stay connected to an emergency contact while you’re out. And luckily, today’s tech is making that easier than ever, especially the SOS Band global personal alert wearable.



The SOS Band looks like a sturdy smartwatch or fitness tracker. It has the company’s logo engraved on the front and has a rugged, durable quality. In fact, this wearable is dust, impact, and water-resistant with an IP69 rated housing case. Overall, it’s a personal safety gadget that looks like it was meant to be worn outdoors, and you’ll feel quite stylish wearing it.



This personal alert wearable is super easy to use. Once you receive it, simply create an account on the SOS app. Then, enter your emergency contacts onto the list. In the event of an emergency, press the button on the front of the band. With one click, it sends your GPS and elevation coordinates to your contacts immediately. And the best part is, you don’t even need to have your phone on you to use this device. The SOS will cover you no matter your phone’s status. 



While this personal alert wearable can pinpoint your location when you need help, it doesn’t keep a log of your movements. It only works when you activate it, keeping your movements private and personal. You won’t have to worry about running out of batteries with this sports wearable. That’s because the SOS Band‘s batteries last for 10 years. That’s right; you won’t need to change the batteries on this wristband for a decade.



The makers of the SOS Band know that when you’re outside, rain and splashes happen. That’s why they’ve given their wristband a completely sealed design, so it can go with you pretty much anywhere with you. For now, the SOS Band works in over 213 countries, and more are being added all the time. 

According to The Gadgetflow

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