Limmex, Emergency Watch: Review
Product name: Emergency Watch
Manufacturer / Distributor: Limmex
Compilation: Q4 2015. Updated Q4 2018.
This page contains our Limmex Emergency Watch review.
Analyst Summary: Limmex Emergency Watch
This is a very intriguing product and really stands out from the other products in this Guide because of its elegant appearance. It is designed to look like a swiss watch and be something you would wear at all times. The bad news is that you cannot buy it in the USA. But if you live in Europe this is well worth a look.
This product lacks autodetection of falls, and the waterproofness sounds less good than most of the competitors, although details are unclear.
The basic watch can be set up to make autocalls to various people when you trigger the alarm. You can also add a 24/7 monitoring service as an option.
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