New Smart Watches For Kids, Elderly And Pets From Chinese Haier
Haier, a brand best known for its home appliances and air conditioners has launched a new series of smartwatches along with a pet collar. These three devices are connected, and they help the caregiver to be in contact with the person or a pet who is wearing the smartwatch. The three devices have similar functions with a few differences in design.
Design And Features Of Haier Smart Watch
The smartwatch designed for children is used for locating the track and parents will be able to set a “safe area”, when the child leaves the area. The smartwatch will alert parents of monitoring apps. The watch comes in bright and youthful colors, just like kids like want them. The smartwatch made by this Chinese company has a sport 0.96 inch OLED screen. It is waterproof, which means a lot because children can sometimes be careless, and the watch might get damaged. However, with the waterproof feature that will not be the case. The battery life is two days long. This smartwatch has microphone and a speaker built in for making calls. Another great feature this watch has is a red SOS button. That button is used to send an alert to different members, in a case of an emergency. The watch can send an alert up to three members. That particular function is what makes this smartwatch different from any other smartwatches. That feature is of highly importance when children or elderly are concerned. Having this smartwatch guarantees that your kids will have something to rely on when things go south.
This intelligent watch has a “baby monitor” mode, which is perfect for parents to hear their baby. With this and the SOS button used as a distress signal, the Haier Smartwatch for children is one of the best innovations on the market. Without a doubt, this intelligent watch will have many supporters. The watch is strapped with rubber material, and it provides plenty of bright colors to choose.
Parents can use the features of the smartwatch to set up a safe zone, where their children can play, and if they leave the zone, parents will get an alert. The app also stores all the history as a log file. There are many other brands and devices which can track people in a similar way; this particular smartwatch has a microphone that doubles up as a speaker. That differs it from any other devices, making it unique and a novelty on the market. People using this app are also free to talk to the wearer via the band.
Smart Watch Designed Specifically For The Elderly Population
The difference between the smartwatch designed for children and this one, designed for the elderly is in seen in nuances. The software is pretty much the same, but the appearance has been altered. While children smartwatches come in a pallet of bright colors, the smartwatch for the elderly comes with a leather strap in darker colors. The feature called “baby monitor” was replaced with “remote monitoring.” The function remained the same, only the name changed. The child version and the elderly version both have a 0.96 inch OLED monochrome screen, and the battery lasts up to two days. Both versions of the smartwatch are waterproof and can be emerged up to 30 meters underwater without noticing any damage.
This kind of smart watch is ideal for the elderly population and their caretakers. If an emergency happens, the red SOS button will most defiantly come in handy.
Smart Watch Designed For Your Dear Pets
Time has come for the pet owners to star tracking their pets with Haier’s new smart collar. The smart collar has s GPS tracking technology and has basically the same features like the smartwatch, but designed like a pet collar. It works for dogs and cats. These wonderful features will help dog or cat owners to be sure everything is ok with their precious pets, and that no harm comes to them. The design is really awesome and who knows what comes next. Haier has set up some high standards and time will tell if this pet collar will take its toe. So far, the interest is high, and people seem to love this wearable pet technology. You will never know unless you give it a try.