Nimb Smart Ring with Panic Button

Using its concealed panic button, Nimb smart ring notifies your family, friends, emergency services and its community when you’re in trouble. Need the feature? Let’s keep checking.

Nimb is a Panic Button Integrated Smart Ring

The Nimb is a stylish and practical smart ring which comes in US ring sizes 4-12, so you can wear it on any of your fingers, and as we can see from the images, the smart ring shows off a minimalistic and fashionable appearance along with elegant contours, and Nimb is made of high-quality glossy metal and matte plastic. All the materials are hypoallergenic, so you can wear it on your finger in comfort.

Nimb is a Panic Button Integrated Smart Ring

The smart ring uses Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, and it features an integrated panic button. When you’re in trouble, all you need to do is just press and hold the button on the ring for three seconds. Nimb will send message with your location to your family, friends, emergency services and Nimb’s community, and your rescue team will be on their to help you. Nimb will track your location in real-time when you press the panic button, so your rescue team always know where you’re.

Nimb is a Panic Button Integrated Smart Ring

Furthermore, Nimb also features audio recoding function that automatically collects evidence from your smartphone once the panic button has been pressed, and it doubles as Bluetooth tracker. When the distance between the ring and the phone exceeds preset limit, it will alert you by vibrations. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to two weeks of usage between charges.

The crowdfunding campaign for Nimb is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $99 to preorder the smart ring with panic button. It will be shipped in March 2017. BTW, also don’t miss the smart ring with fitness tracker and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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