Body Location

Worn on the Neck & Wrist

Primary Application


About Cuff

The Cuff is a wearable security device that can be attached to jewelry. This technology can be use to locate the user and is equipped with a distress button that will alert other people who are in the user's Cuff network. The alerts are relayed by a vibrator which is installed inside the Cuff. It will vibrate when other Cuff users press the distress button or another user try to locate the Cuff using their smart phones.



Device Name


Consumer Release

September 2014


$35.00 USD

Cuff Network


Vibrator & GPS

Power Source

Disposable Battery





Immediate Workplace Benefits

Safety & Security

Workplace Potential Overview

This device can improve safety in the workplace by locating the wearer in case of distress or danger. It also has some security potential as it allows people in the Cuff network to keep in touch with colleagues and workers.

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