This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wearsafe. All opinions are 100% mine.
About two years ago I pulled into a parking lot and a man walking through the parking lot immediately locked eyes on me. I saw him follow where my car was going, and when I parked, he walked up to my window.
Of course, I stayed in my car with the doors locked. I very slightly cracked it so I could hear what he was saying and ask him to leave.
After a few minutes he left, but I can’t imagine what situation I may have been in if I didn’t spot him as I was pulling in. What could have happened if I didn’t see him, had gotten out of my car and he had approached me when I was away from the safety of my vehicle?
Knowing how uneasy I felt at that incident, I can only imagine when my daughters are a bit older and out on their own. I want the certainty of being able to protect them even more than I want to protect myself.
When it’s just me and my daughters out for a walk, I also like having extra safeguards knowing that we’ll be safe no matter who or what approaches us. I know my husband likes to feel confident about that too.
So when I first heard about the Wearsafe Tag, I was pretty excited to try it out. This nifty little gadget allows you to stay one step ahead when you or your daughter is in a potentially dicey situation.
Instead of pulling your phone out and giving away your lifeline, you can simply push a button on the Wearsafe Tag. This tag can be worn on your clothing or on your key ring. It’s very easy to disguise. I can wear it on my shorts and very easily pull my shirt down to hide it.
When the button is pushed, the Wearsafe Tag will send friends and family (who are listed in your network through the app) audio from the scene – through your phone. It then starts a live chat room where they can coordinate a response or call 911. I love that it can go out to multiple people, so if one of our daughters was in trouble, both my husband and I could be alerted simultaneously and work together to help them.
It pulls GPS information to let you know if the person is traveling, moving or stationary. It also sends an audio file of 60 seconds before the button was pushed to you have full context of what is going on.
The Wearsafe app is compatible with both iPhones and Androids. The actual Wearsafe Tag is free with a $5 monthly subscription (with no commitments). You can order the Wearsafe Tag online and download the app from the Google Play store or the Apple App store. Try it free now.
If you’re looking for a way to keep your daughter (or yourself) safe with the push of the button, check out the Wearsafe Tag. There is no similar product that offers audio, GPS and group chat. Try it free today.