Looking out for each other just got a lot easier.

In a bad situation, making a phone call is harder than you think. Meet Wearsafe — an instant call for help that makes it simple to reach the people you trust.

Say Hello to the Tag


At the first sign of trouble, pressing the Wearsafe Tag keeps you a step ahead of the situation.

It uses the power of your phone to alert friends and family, sends them audio from the scene and starts a live chat room where they can coordinate a response or call 911.

All while keeping your phone — your lifeline — out of sight.

Wearsafe Tag White Personal Safety Device

It uses the power of your phone to alert friends and family, sends them audio from the scene and starts a live chat room where they can coordinate a response or call 911.

All while keeping your phone — your lifeline — out of sight.

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Wearsafe Features

The smartest way to call for help

On-scene Audio

Your trusted circle can hear what’s happening as it happens—no need to guess what’s wrong.


Wearsafe Rewind

Captures what led up to the situation with audio from 60 seconds before you pressed the Tag.


Group Chat

The Wearsafe App becomes a virtual situation room where your friends can coordinate their response.


Easier to Activate

If you’re hurt or in danger, you can’t count on being able to find, unlock and dial your phone to call for help.

Wearsafe iPhone App and Tags in White and Gray

Real-time Feedback

Wearsafe lets you know help is coming by silently vibrating each time someone gets your alert.


200-foot Range

Send an alert from up to 200 feet away from your smart phone.


One-touch 911

Your friends and family can take immediate action by calling 911 right from the app, if needed.


Sends Location Only When Pressed

Your GPS coordinates are private and only shared when you press the Tag.

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