– Advertisement – This personal alert wearable is super easy to use. Once you get it, simply create an account on the SOS app. Then, enter your emergency contacts onto the list. In the event of an emergency, press the button on the front of the band. It sends one-click GPS and elevation coordinates to your contacts immediately. And the best part is, you don’t even need to have your phone on you to use this device. The SOS will cover you no matter your phone’s status. So it sounds like a practical gadget pretty much anyone would want to include in their EDC.SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person outdoorsDoes this gadget track your movements?While this personal alert wearable can pinpoint your location when you need help, it doesn’t keep a log of your movements. It only works when you activate it, keeping your movements private and personal. So this is one device, at least, that won’t ask you to rate the bakery you passed during your last bike ride.– Advertisement – The beauty of this personal alert wearable is that it works globally. So you can wear it while you jog in your neighborhood or hike while you’re on a business trip. For now, the SOS Band works in over 213 countries, and more are being added all the time. Check the list before you head out.SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person rock climbingCan I wear this emergency wristband in the rain?The makers of the SOS Band know that when you’re outside, rain and splashes happen. That’s why they’ve given their wristband a completely sealed design so that it can go with you pretty much anywhere. It’s even saltwater proof, so you can wear it while you’re wakeboarding or doing any other watersport in the ocean. It’s definitely a product you’ll want to take with you on your next beach vacation.SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person paddlingDoes this product take the environment into account?According to the company’s Indiegogo page, this personal alert wearable promotes sustainability since its battery is so long lasting—this cuts down on the use of batteries compared to similar products. Also, the durable material stands up to heavy use. This means you shouldn’t have to replace the band for over ten years. It also means there’s less material manufacturing, putting a smaller load on the planet’s raw materials.SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person throwing a ropeThe SOS Band personal alert wearable is a great gadget for people who exercise alone outdoors. This device is easy to use and provides a truly great service, sending your location’s coordinates to your emergency contacts. And with the millions of sporting accidents that occur in the US each year, it’s a wearable that could prove to be a lifesaver. So it’s a gadget you’ll want to consider getting for yourself and loved ones.The SOS Band global personal alert wearable costs $75, and you can preorder yours on Kickstarter.What other gadgets are you crazy about for your solo adventures outdoors? Let us know in the comments :).SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person walking through the forest SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person rock climbingHow long does the battery last?You won’t have to worry about running out of batteries with this sports wearable. That’s because the SOS Band‘s batteries last for ten years. That’s right; you won’t need to change the batteries on this wristband for a decade. This is a huge improvement over the typical wearable’s battery life, which only lasts a few days before needing a recharge.SOS Band global personal alert wearable on a person huntingWhere does this location-sharing wristband work?- Advertisement – Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. You love exercising in the great outdoors but know it can be dangerous out there. Breathe a little easier with the SOS band. This emergency wearable is easy to use and sends your location’s coordinates to your contacts if you’re in trouble.If you bike or run solo, you know how important it is to stay connected to emergency contact while you’re out. And luckily, today’s wearables are making that easier than ever, especially the SOS Band global personal alert wearable. In the event of an emergency, this wristband shares your coordinates with your contact list. All you have to do is press a button.The SOS Band looks like a sturdy smartwatch or fitness tracker. It has the company’s logo engraved on the front and has a rugged, durable quality. In fact, this wearable is dust, impact, and water-resistant with an IP-69 rated housing case. Overal, it’s a personal safety gadget that looks like it was meant to be worn outdoors, and you’ll feel quite stylish wearing it.How does this alert wristband work?- Advertisement –
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However, according to RAC1, the next step is for Suarez’s lawyers to negotiate the termination of his contract. It appears to be a sorry end for Barca’s No 9, who is their third all-time leading goalscorer with 198 goals alongside 109 assists in just 283 games since leaving Liverpool in the summer of 2014. read also:Barca gets Koeman’s go-ahead to terminate Suarez’s contract Koeman was only appointed manager of Barcelona on Wednesday, signing a two-year deal, but is keen to make his mark on a side who went trophyless in 2019-20. As well as Suarez, fellow stalwarts Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets could all be heading for the Nou Camp exit door – while talisman Lionel Messi’s future remains from certain with the Argentine unhappy at the direction of the club under under-fire president Josep Maria Bartomeu. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Upheaval at Barcelona continues with star striker Luis Suarez told he has no future at the club and that they wish to end his contract a year early. Suarez’s future at the Nou Camp has been cast into doubt among a raft of others as the Spanish giants lick their wounds from a disappointing campaign. And, according to RAC1, the Uruguayan has been told in no uncertain terms that he has played his last game for the club. They claim that newly-appointed manager Ronald Koeman has told the 33-year-old that he is not in his plans at all, following a phone call on Monday. Suarez is currently on holiday but was informed of the decision in a ‘brief conversation’ between the two. His contract, worth £290,000 per week in wages, doesn’t expire until June 30, 2021, and there is an option on that to extend it by another year.Advertisement Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best Car Manufacturers In The WorldTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeIs This The Most Delicious Food In The World?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Court of Appeals will decide whether a lawsuit against the governor challenging a new law that changed the way Iowa picks some judges can move forward.The Iowa Supreme Court on Thursday issued an order sending the case filed in May by a group of Democratic lawmakers and lawyers against Gov. Kim Reynolds to the appeals court.The order signed by Justice Thomas Waterman said Chief Justice Mark Cady did not take part in the deliberations and that Justices David Wiggins and Brent Appel disagreed with the decision. They would have had the Supreme Court decide the case.That means the four remaining justices, all Republican appointees, favored sending the case to the appeals court.The case had been dismissed in June by a judge who said the lawmakers and other plaintiffs don’t have legal standing to challenge the law.The new law signed by Reynolds in May gave the governor an additional appointment to the 17-member state judicial nominating commission, resulting in the governor having a majority of nine appointees.The commission nominates justices for the Iowa Supreme Court and the Iowa Court of Appeals.