Top 3 Superhero Wearables Designed To Keep You Safe

I am sure that some you already know that there are wearables out there designed to be your guardian angel. They will not only keep you safe, by alerting your family and friends that you need their help, but they will also give you peace of mind.

The great thing about such wearables is that they have been created for everyone. Many assume that such types of wearable devices are for women, but I disagree. Men, children and seniors could also benefit from investing in such a device. On that note, here are three of the most talked about devices, that you can order now.



SIREN is a smart ring that discreetly houses a startling, unbearably loud alarm that can be activated in less than 2 seconds. It serves as a powerful deterrent during the first few critical moments of an attack, or whenever you feel a protective advantage is necessary.

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SIREN produces a high-pitched sound intended to be jarring and extremely unpleasant if positioned too close to the ear. SIREN is acoustically designed to project sound outward and away from the wearer through the apertures (holes) along the top of the ring. While the alarm is audible from more than 50 feet away, SIREN is specifically designed to repel a close and aggressive threat, not to alert distant assistance.

To activate SIREN, the wearer simply twists the top of the ring 60 degrees counterclockwise (left) until the top locks firmly into position and can no longer rotate. Once activated, there is a delay of 1.5 seconds to allow the wearer to cancel the process by rotating the ring top clockwise until it clicks back into its original “off” position. This must be done immediately to prevent accidental activation. If uninterrupted, the ring will enter the alarm mode, generating a piercing sound exceeding 110 decibels (in close proximity) for a programmed duration only disclosed to the wearer.

Priced at $199, the SIREN ring features a hand-textured, lightly distressed finish and modern silhouette. Plated in 24k yellow gold with an antiqued patina, the cool green facets of natural Aventurine reflect shades of deep jade, light emerald and sage, you can reserve your limited edition SIREN Ring today.


Nimb is a ring with a concealed button that notifies family, friends, emergency services and the Nimb community when you’re in trouble. When in trouble, press the button and hold it for three seconds. The panic button that allows you to send an emergency alert to preset contacts from the mobile app with just the touch of a thumb. Sending an alert message takes only three seconds. Once you press the panic button, the smart ring provides vibration feedback to let you know that a message has gone out and help is on the way.

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When you use the Nimb mobile app, you’re free to choose and set up your safety circles however you like. You can set it up to alert only the emergency services, just your best friend, your entire family or people nearby. Remember that Nimb is for everyone, including your kids or your grandparents.

Putting the power back in your hands, Nimb has had 1,918 backers who have pledged $237,775 to help bring this project to life you. Available in classic white or stealth black for $249 pre-order now.


Ivy smart jewellery is all about putting your safety back in your hands. A Cubic Zirconia stone set in silver plated frame, IVY can be worn as a pendant or as a bracelet.

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Ivy syncs via Bluetooth to your phone. To activate it you can either tap two times to emit a loud alarm to scare away attackers or tap three times your phones sends your location and audio recording to your selected friends and family. You can also tap four times to call your guardian, who can be someone from the IVY guardian community.

With no charging required, the waterproof device is hard to trigger by mistake. Available with either a black, purple or red stone, the smart jewellery is priced $75 and available to buy now.

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