A small technological anti-aggression jewel: it could be useful and has been designed in the USA. It is also sold online ♦
It’s a good or bad news the launch, for now in the US, of an anti-aggression jewel? Judge for yourself. The debut of the pendant necklace to protect women from attempts at violence began in Philadelphia. Athena, this is the name of the pendant, is designed to protect women from aggression with the touch of a button hidden in the jewel. When activated, the jewel can transmit the geographical position of the wearer, and at the same time emits a deafening sound of 85 decibels. Yasmine Mustafa developed it after a disturbing trip to South America. “In each of the six countries I visited, I met women who told me stories of aggression,” he said. So Yasmine Mustafa started working with self-defense experts to design an effective and easy-to-use device. It is available combined with three different colors: rose gold, silver or black.
The name derives from the Greek goddess of wisdom and victory. The jewel can be worn with a necklace, but also attached to a key ring, tied to a bag, hooked to the belt. It has a single activation button: when pressed for three seconds it is activated, starting the sound and a request for intervention to an emergency service. The security price is rather modest: 129 dollars. Will it also arrive in Europe? G.N