Echo Urgent Messenger is the First Key Fob Emergency Mobile Phone
We designed ECHO Urgent Messenger as a key fob emergency phone and personal emergency responder.
DALLAS, July 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Echo Urgent Messenger is the first key fob emergency phone and personal responder designed to work anywhere in the world. This creates peace of mind to consumers who are traveling anywhere in the world to use their Echo Urgent Messenger in case of emergency. The product also introduces several innovative features:
-- First and smallest phone to use dual AAA batteries -- First, Only and Smallest phone that supports GPS/GLONSS/A-GPS -- First and Smallest Quad Band Phone -- First and only locator to support Braille -- Waterproof (P7) -- No need remember to carry a water prophylactic -- One-button Echo Alert deployment worldwide, and direct contact with our Urgent Care staff and your specified friends and family
“Pro-Active Personal Safety is our passion! Every time I read about a disaster, whether natural or man-made, I reflect upon what could have been done to either prevent or limit the human suffering that invariably followed. This same passion resulted in the creation of ChildMinder® System (www.babyalert.info), a child safety system designed to prevent cases of children inadvertently being left alone in a vehicle,” stated Addison Larken, founder of Echo Urgent Messenger.
They have spent the past two years designing, testing, and perfecting ECHO to the point of production quality and working samples. Echo Urgent Messenger will be launching a crowd funding campaign to raise funds on the Indiegogo platform. You can learn more about the crowd funding campaign by visiting the following URL: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/echo-urgent-messenger
About Echo Urgent Messenger
Echo Urgent Messenger is a product company located in Dallas, Texas dedicated to providing innovative technologies in keeping people safe. The company is dedicated to advancing their product design to surpass the needs of the global community.
SOURCE Echo Urgent Messenger