Ridersmate, Electronic Guardian Angel 16 September 16

Ridersmate comes from a UK company and is there to provide you with security and peace of mind that comes from knowing if you have a serious accident, help will be on the way.

The second you fall off your ride and suffer a serious injury, the clock starts ticking. Now, it's a race against time to provide you with the expert, specialist medical care you need.

It's what's known as 'The Golden Hour' – that crucial first 60 minutes after an accident when it's absolutely vital that you receive effective treatment. Failure to receive treatment inside this hour can be disastrous, significantly impacting on your likely survival rate and recovery outcome.

When you fall off, Ridersmate springs into action. You can relax, safe in the knowledge that your loved ones know exactly where you are, and that medical experts are on their way to help you as quickly as possible.

Operating the Ridersmate safety features couldn't be simpler — the unit attaches easily to your ride, with a detachable jack plug that tethers to your belt loop or clothing.

Should you fall off your ride, the jack plug will detach itself from the Ridersmate unit, automatically sending out an emergency message to your chosen contacts. To cancel the response, you can simply reattach the jack plug to the unit, which will send a second message.

A SIM card with credit is required for Ridersmate to work and Ridersmate will work on any network anywhere in the world.

Quick & Easy Setup
Ridersmate is designed with quick and easy setup in mind, and all the phone numbers and emergency contacts can be configured and changed through a few simple text messages. You'll never need to plug Ridersmate into a computer, or mess around with the settings when on the go.

Price: £179

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