There's nothing like a Kanega Watch
There’s nothing like a Kanega Watch anywhere in the world – except here in the USA. Get rid of those old stereotypes, and let our frequently asked questions guide you in the exploration of a new world of independence with dignity for vulnerable populations.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
About the Kanega Watch
We know who you are and can find you in an emergency.
In an emergency situation, the cell phone requires the user to initiate the call, which may be difficult or impossible in a medical emergency. The 911 operator will have no information about the caller, their location, or emergency contact information. Even if the caller can communicate, valuable time can be wasted while the 911 operator gathers needed information.
In contrast, the Kanega Watch can detect a fall and automatically connect the wearer to the monitoring center. The wearer can also initiate a call to the monitoring center with a button press or a spoken command. Whether initiated automatically by the watch or by the wearer, the Kanega Watch connects to an operator who has the wearer’s contact information and location at hand, and if needed, can quickly summon help.
While some smart watches have safety features such as fall detection, the watches must be removed to charge. Most people charge their watches at night, when many falls happen. A trip to the bathroom with the smart watch on the charger provides no protection.
The Kanega watch has a patented quick-swap battery system, which means you never have to take it off to charge.
Two Payment Options
Watch price: $449
Annual Plan – YOU SAVE $420!
$59.95/mo service (12 months paid in advance)
Watch price: $149
30 day satisfaction guaranteed return policy
We have a special rate for 2 people in the same physical location, and for active duty military and veterans. Call us at +1-888-343-1513 for details.
The Kanega LTE watch has been tested to an IP67 Waterproof Rating to provide protection against running water. You can wear your watch while exercising, washing your hands, and in the shower, but immersive activities such as swimming are not recommended.
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Using the Kanega Watch
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