Silent Beacon is a wearable, wireless panic-button device that connects to smartphones, tablets and other compatible Bluetooth™ devices. Unlike other safety devices, with one button push the Beacon can place a call to 911 while simultaneously alerting up to 6 additional contacts with a text, email, and live tracking GPS location — so you can use the Beacon to talk to emergency responders while also letting your loved ones know where you are and that you need help immediately.
Silent Beacon users can easily customize the device’s call and alert settings through a free app in just a couple of seconds. No other wearable safety device does so much for so little — and so simply. Silent Beacon offers features not available on other wearable devices, at a much lower price, including:
- Ability to program any number into the one-push emergency call
- Works internationally
- GPS live tracking
- Two-way communication device thoughtfully designed for easy activation and avoidance of false alerts
- Multiple customized direct contact options (911/EMS)
- Customizable contact list
- No monthly payments or hidden fees. Special additional services can be activated upon request.
Silent Beacon is perfect for:
- Runners, cyclists, walkers, hikers and others engaging in fitness and solo recreational activities — including extreme-sports enthusiasts like high-performance motorcycle riders and others.
- Real estate agents and field-sales reps who need to meet strangers in unfamiliar, sometimes isolated surroundings.
- People working alone in offices, boutique retail stores, laboratories or other settings where they could be vulnerable to intruders.
- People in high-risk solo jobs, such as skilled tradespeople on isolated worksites.
- Seniors living alone or even in unsupervised group residential settings where they might experience a medical or personal security emergency.
- College students on campuses, in dorms or athletic facilities when others aren’t around.
- Commuters whose daily trips via public transportation, walking, or bicycling expose them to safety risks.
- Persons in wheelchairs or using temporary medical-assistive devices that limit their mobility.
- Individuals with identities that put them at risk of harassment and attack in public
Silent Beacon grew out of the founder’s own brush with death in a motorcycle accident. Former Hollywood stuntman and YouTube sensation Kenny Kelley crashed — while popping a wheelie on his motorcycle at 70 mph — and couldn’t even reach his cell phone to call anyone as he lay on the side of the road. In those long minutes of desperation, the idea for a wearable emergency communication device was born. After recovering from that crash, Kelley created Silent Beacon.