Katana Safety Arc: The first personal security system that attaches directly to your smartphone and offers three layers of defense. Bronze

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Aluma Safety Inc, DBA Katana
Katana Safety Arc: The first personal security system that attaches directly to your smartphone and offers three layers of defense. Bronze
Aluma Safety Inc, DBA Katana 900-00001GLD - Both alerts bypass the user’s locked home screen iOS or Android to contact the second layer of defense: Katana’s 24/7 Response Center. The first is a piercing audible siren that can be activated with just the flick of a finger or by using the ingenious hidden wristband. Its batteries never have to be charged.
Critical to the system, katana’s technology knows a user’s location once an alert is activated so, if necessary, an agent can contact the closest emergency services as well as initiate Katana’s third layer of defense: texting and calling the user’s Katana Circle—up to seven pre-determined contacts who will be sent a map of their loved one’s location, and who can then join a private conference call to coordinate next steps.
Katana Safety Arc: The first personal security system that attaches directly to your smartphone and offers three layers of defense. Bronze - The arc is the first of three layers of defense offered by the Katana Safety solution. Katana safety provides three layers of defense. The katana arc first layer of defense is an ultra-slim alarm and relay device featuring two alarms. The first alarm is a piercing audible siren that's activated with just the flick of a finger or by using the ingenious hidden wristband.
The second alarm is a discreet silent-alert button for use in an uncomfortable situation when a loud siren might not be appropriate. Both alerts bypass the users locked home screen to contact the subscription-based Katana 24/7 Response Center second layer of defense who can contact local emergency services and/or up to seven friends and family.
The free katana app third layer of defense facilitates a user's Circle: up to seven pre-determined contacts that will be sent a map of the user's location in the event of an emergency, and more!
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