Enter the world of Cuff, founded by Deepa Sood, and this may change how we look at necklaces, bracelets, key chains, and other accessories. It is based on a simple removable and interchangeable module with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. When pressed, the module pings anyone who the wearer defines on an iOS smart phone. Called Cufflinc, the module is fairly inexpensive at around $30.00 or E 21. The jewelry itself is scheduled to sell for a range from $50 to 150 dollars. It will be available at the end of this year and can be pre-ordered. The only flaw that I can see is that in order to be effective there has to be a cell signal. The module is waterproof and has an internal battery with a one year life. I tried to find out if it will eventually be useful on the Android platform but at this time, I have not been successful. As my readers know, I do not endorse products but I will include the link to Cuff here. You can check the idea for yourself and comment as desired.
This could be the start of some significant safety for everyone who watches trends in technology. Personally, I would like to see a miniature stun gun!