SelfSafe is a USB Emergency Identification Wristband it is able to store emergency, general, family history, providers, medications, illnesses, immunizations, insurance/financial, documents, and Itinerary when you are traveling. It is a black, sporty silicone wristband worn on your wrist it is all secured as it’s encrypted and password-protected. It’s not in the cloud. You don’t need an Internet connection. And even if you lose it, no one can access your information. Even if your SelfSafe is lost or stolen, the security built into SelfSafe makes it extremely difficult for unauthorized users to access your information.
Simple drag-and-drop features make adding and updating information easy. And since it’s not in the cloud, you don’t need an Internet connection. Even if you lose your SelfSafe, no one can access your information. They retail for $29.95.
My Opinion: This I found it easy to use as I just detach USB from the wristband, plug into a USB port on computer or laptop, launch the user guide, and begin. I think this is perfect for traveling as there I so much crime nowadays with theft, human trafficking and more wearing this can be identified for you. If you know someone with dementia or memory loss this could be helpful if they get lost out walking or driving.
See more at https://selfsafe.net
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