The watch is named O Boy. It tells the time on the one hand and on the other hand it can communicate directly with the satellite in case there is no signal in any difficult and desolate place.
If you are in the Himalayan range, right in the middle of the ocean or get lost in the Sahara Desert and no mobile signal is coming then this watch connects to the satellite which can save your life. That’s why the watch was made by Belgian technologist Hadrain Dorshi, who was once trapped in the middle of the ocean and lost his life.
After constant thought and research, Headrain designed this watch. Under normal circumstances, this indicates the time on which the strong guerrilla glass is mounted. It helps in two ways. There is a small button on one side of the watch which, when pressed five times, will start the “Get Me” mode. An instant help text message will be sent instantly to the four people you love and the message will also include GPS coordinates that will point you out.
Otherwise, if you press the button 8 times, your signal will reach the nearest rescue center. There is also a watch system that allows you to press a button for ten seconds while leaving home. This will start the Track Me service in Watch which will keep your four friends or loved ones informed at intervals of five, twenty or sixty minutes.
The third option includes women in particular, at risk, security and police personnel who may be at risk.
The watch is currently undergoing a kickstarter campaign with an introductory price tag of 29 295, which may increase later.