These earbuds are designed to keep you out of danger. Talk about the right idea. They are smart, small, and safe. Meet Harsaa.
Harsaa Earbuds Use Panic Feature to Run Off Creeps
These truly wireless earbuds aretiny, but mighty. Equipped with a panic button, the earbuds are not playing any games when it comes to safety. The button sounds the alarm on your phone. An alert with your location can also be sent to friends and family indicated on an emergency contact list you compile within the companion app.
Harsaa earbuds are also built with noise cancellation technology. However, users can simply tap their earphones to adjust the level of their music to a safer volume in which they can still hear ambient noise like car horns, dog barks, etc.
Harsaa doesn’t want to only keep you safe, but healthy and fit. The companion app features a fitness tracking functionality which will monitor your steps, distance, speed, and time, along with calories and heart rate while you listen to music. The buds are also sweat resistant and can be submerged in water.
Many of us often forget how important sleep is to a healthy lifestyle. Harsaa aims to remind you of such. The buds use noise cancelling to tune out the snores of your beloved while also tracking your breathing to helping detect any hidden sleep disorders. The quality of your sleep is just as important as the amount of sleep you receive. Harsaa monitors your sleep cycles and gently wakes you during your lightest sleep phase just before your external alarm does.
To boot, the buds use NFC technology to instantly transfer any information from your smart device. In addition, they can unlock smart doors (once programmed).
Harsaa earbuds are able to charge wirelessly using a portable charging case (that attaches to your key chain). Between the earbuds and the charging case, the buds should run for up to 12 hours while only requiring 20 minutes to charge.
Harsaa can be yours for $99 via their Indiegogo campaign. The small, smart, and safe truly wireless earbuds will ship to backers in December 2016 and January 2017.