Unaliwear Kanega

Body Location

Worn on the Wrist

Primary Application


About Kanega

The Kanega Watch is a standalone smartwatch that is not dependent on a connection to a home-based system or a smartphone. The wearable device can detect if the users has fallen, offers reminders when it is time to take meds, and can help prevent wandering by offering auditory directions back home. The company bills the devices as a "Wearable OnStar™" for seniors. The smartwatch device is voice activated, allowing the user to interact with it hands free.



Device Name



$299.00 USD


GPS, Accelerometer & Audio Speaker

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery


WiFi, Cellular Network & Bluetooth

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