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ZOMM Wireless Leash for Mobile Phones, Bluetooth Speakerphone, and Personal Safety Device - White
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- Connects Wirelessly To Cellular Phones
- Alerts User When Separated From Phone, Such As Leaving It Behind At A Restaurant, Cab, Movie Or At Home
- Incoming Call Notification, Including Vibration, Flashing Lights & Alarm
- 1 Button Press Answers Call On Zoom & 2 Button Presses Sends The Call To Voicemail
- Speakerphone With Noise-canceling Microphone
- A wireless leash, a speakerphone, and a personal safety device combined into one sleek device--connects to all Bluetooth enabled phones
- Fully functioning speakerphone with a noise-canceling microphone; notifies you of incoming calls
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- Size (LWH): 7.8 inches, 3.9 inches, 2.2 inches
- Weight: 0 ounces
From the Manufacturer
Meet ZOMM: a wireless leash, a speakerphone, and a personal safety device combined into a single sleek device.
Losing your phone can be a nightmare. With ZOMM, never lose or misplace your phone again. Your ZOMM alerts you anytime your phone is more than 30 feet away. Using Bluetooth technology, ZOMM will vibrate, flash and sound an alarm letting you know that you are leaving your phone behind. No more leaving your phone on airplanes, in taxicabs, restaurants or movie theaters.
With ZOMM you will never miss another important call. ZOMM notifies you of an incoming call when paired with your mobile phone. Your ZOMM will vibrate, flash and ring when receiving a call. One push of the center Z-button and your ZOMM becomes a fully-functioning speakerphone with a noise-canceling microphone. Press the Z-button twice and your incoming call goes directly to voicemail. You can use your ZOMM to answer calls when reaching for your phone would be inconvenient or unsafe. When used as a speakerphone, ZOMM provides up to two hours of talk time on a single charge.
Personal Safety Device
You can feel safe with ZOMM. Have you ever found yourself in a potentially dangerous situation? Have you ever had an emergency and needed help immediately? ZOMM gives peace of mind knowing that help is only a button push away. Hold the center Z-button for 9 seconds and your ZOMM will sound a loud panic alarm. Continue to hold the button through the alarm and your ZOMM will automatically dial emergency assistance from anywhere in the world. In a situation where you can not speak, a pre-recorded message will tell the operator to send help immediately.
What's in the Box
ZOMM (white), key chain, belt/bag clip, instructions manual, wall charger and USB to Micro-USB computer cable (see image of included items).
ZOMM is powered by a Lithium ION battery which gives ZOMM a battery life of about 3 days (under normal usage conditions) or up to 2 hours of talk time. A rubber boot is installed to protect the micro-USB charging port.
More About ZOMM
ZOMM is qualified by the Bluetooth SIG (Bluetooth.com) and uses the Bluetooth hands-free and headset profiles to connect with any mobile phone that supports Bluetooth wireless technology. ZOMM has been tested to work seamlessly with user's devices insuring the best possible experience. ZOMM uses a multi-layer PCBA onto which is soldered a highly integrated CSR BC05 MM chip and all of its supportive components including a FLASH memory, drive circuits for the microphone, vibrator, speaker, and seven bright white LEDs.
Top Customer Reviews
Although at first it sounds like a wonderful idea (good enough for me to buy 2 Zomms), the Zomm suffers from one fatal problem (for most people) - it is really just a Bluetooth headset with a disconnect alarm. It's not really a "Wireless Leash" as the advertising says, just another headset. And what does that mean? First and foremost, it means that when you install and select the Zomm it automatically de-selects and replaces any REAL Bluetooth headsets on your phone. If you currently use a wireless Bluetooth headset (I live on my headset), you CANNOT use it when the Zomm is selected. If you de-select the Zomm to use your headset, then the alarm goes off! You are forced to use the handset or the "speakerphone" option of the Zomm. My Plantronics headset is now useless.
And when you start your car (if you use a built-in hands-free system), either the Zomm gets disconnected by the car (and then the alarm goes off!) or your hands-free system is now useless. Which means that, if you keep the Zomm selected in the car (in order to silence the alarm), you must then use the Zomm speakerphone option to make calls (making a non hand-free call is illegal in my state). And without the noise-canceling built into my automotive hands-free system, all the road noises interfere with the call and essentially my phone is useless.Read more ›
It syncs with your phone via the bluetooth connection (which means you cannot use another blutooth device) and functions as a speakerphone while driving, alerts you if it is more than a certain distance from your cellphone, allows you to call 911 at the press of a button and emits an panic alarm if you need it to.
I was able to sync the ZOMM to my phone with no problem at all. Changing the settings of my device (turning off the panic alarm which seemed just to easy to trigger in a crowded bag) was a little harder since I could not access the correct place on the website for a while.
This is no more than a bluetooth on a keychain. The speaker phone aspect when actually driving (which means the Zomm is swinging from your ignition) is not so good. Scratchy at best, indecipherable at worst.
This thing needs to be charged regularly. Even more regularly than my phone. So, there have been plenty of times that I have waltzed out of the door sans phone since my ZOMM has run flat and so failed to function as a 'leash'. If it has a warning beep for when it needs charging, I have not heard it. Perhaps the next model needs a battery that holds a longer charge time??
The price is way more than acceptable, in my mind, for something that promises much and delivers little.
As a personal safety device, I suppose it replaces an Onstar system in case of an accident. Press a button and you can call 911 - as long as you have remembered to charge it, of course.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kind of difficult to set up. First 2 I got didn't work but were immediately replaced which was great customer service. But didn't find it particularly usefulPublished 12 days ago by Elizabeth Barton
Sorry to write this comment as I don't like it. I literally have high expectation with this device. The device didn't work at all when came out from box. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
bought from another seller. Not very useful. Instructions and downloads a bit cumbersome. Thought my wife would use it to keep from losing her phone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Mahan
Wireless Leash did not work right out of the box. Connecting with the company is impossible since the majority of their web sight has been taken down, what remain is a sham. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cam's Mom
My husband loves this it is his second one cannot find your keys cellphone your problem is herePublished 2 months ago by jeanie