Haier Introduces SOS Connected Watches For Children And Seniors At CES 2016

Posted: Jan 5 2016, 8:09am CST | by , Updated: Jan 5 2016, 8:21am CST, in News | CES


Haier SOS connected watch
Photo credit: Haier

At the CES 2016 Central Hall Booth #12814, Haier will be showcasing its new SOS connected watches made for senior citizens and children.

SOS connected watch for children

This line of watches made for children between 2-8 years of age and comes in three distinct colors. They are designed to keep parents connected to their children at all times and comes with a 0.96 inches OLED screen that is waterproof at up to 30 meters depth. 

The watch’s battery stays up to 2 days and the watch has a microphone and speaker to facilitate its use for phone calls. There is a red SOS button that sends emergency alerts to three numbers if the wearer is ever in some unpleasant situation.

Parents can limit their children remotely to a safe zone via the Via app on the watch – this can be activated on Android and Apple mobile phones – and alerts the parents if the child ever strays outside the defined geographical zone marked for him.

Parents can even listen remotely to the surroundings of their child through a baby monitor function on the watch.

SOS connected watch for senior citizens

The Haier SOS connected watch for senior citizens comes in authentic leather strap of red or black, and it has OLED screen size and waterproof quality like that of the children’s model. Its SOS alert can also notify three contacts in case of any emergency situation and its geographical safe zone and GPS tracking facility is similar to that of the children’s model.

People can also use the remote listening feature to listen on the surroundings of the wearer in case of any uncertainty.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
Charles is covering the latest discoveries in science and health as well as new developments in technology. He is the Chief Editor or Intel-News.




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