[Clayart] iwatch for safety
gerholdclay at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 21:29:25 UTC 2022
Never give up and never give in!
Sent from my iPad
> On Jan 17, 2022, at 3:41 PM, mel jacobson <melpots at mail.com> wrote:
> My loving family is on my A** to be much more
> safety conscious living alone in the woods. My doctor
> neighbor is 500 yards away, but if i should fall and
> get knocked out, fall down the steps, whatever....I may
> be stuck. I bought one of those "hep me, me can't get up"
> sort of devices but it is like 15 bucks a month and you
> get a dispatcher, maybe. The arm bracelet is like wearing
> an alarm clock. (west bend, big ben.)
> I went into the big Verizon store in Rice Lake last week
> and sought out the manager. I said...."if I was your dad
> what sort of iwatch should I buy?. New Verizon price like
> He said "the truth is, you want just the SOS feature, not the
> workout schedule. He said...go to Amazon and get the cheapest
> one, re/built. He said those are new, but had a battery issue.
> $185. Who knows what you get on craigs list etc.""
> So, got one.
> I cut the strap, wove in a nice neck strap, Put it on each morning
> and and i really don't even know it is on me. it makes a small
> shudder when i get a call. email same thing...It has my entire
> mailing list/contacts on it. I can SOS any of my family or neighbor.
> It works on both verizon, or gps. 911 answers if i hold down the
> off button for 6 seconds. The 911 operator can pinpoint me within
> 25 yards. If I should take a really bad, hard tumble, it can sense
> that and call 911. (The ads are running now on TV.)
> I have added large handles in my shower. double railings for my two step
> drop to the living room, bedroom. As many of you do, I do leave my iphone
> on desk tops and jacket pockets. This system keeps me in touch except when I
> am in bed. But the watch is hanging 3 seconds from my pillow.
> So, just information passing. One cannot be too careful living all alone.
> website: www.melpots.com
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