Zomm Wireless Leash for Mobile Phones

The Zomm Keychain

I was just watching a podcast and came across the Zomm. It seems like it would be the perfect gift to buy that person that has everything.

Most people can't live without their mobile phone these days, they're just lost without it. Problem is, phones are so easy to forget. Zomm is a wireless 'leash' for your phone. You keep it on your keychain, and if you walk off without your phone it will let you know.

This 2010 CES Winner for Best of Innovations does more than alert you when you forget to grab your cell phone, it's also a hands free device for you to answer calls on the go with a push of a button. It also functions as a panic alarm and will dial 911 if you need emergency assistance.

This 1.62" diameter gadget includes a metal loop to attach to your keyring, a back-lit function button, three perimeter alert lights, a reset button, a high power micro-speaker, microphone, and a Micro-USB port.

ZOMM Wireless Leash (Black)


The Zomm is also available at Buy.com. They offer a discounted rate, free shipping, and have a 45 day return policy.

Each Package Includes:
A Zomm Wireless Leash Device
Clear plastic belt clip
Micro-USB Wall Charger
Micro-USB Update Cable
One Key Ring
Quick Start Guide

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timonweller 6 years ago

Handy tool, handy for if the mobile gets dropped mistakenly or i leave at the coffee shop or whatever.

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Janet21 6 years ago from New York

I could definitely use one of these!

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