About the size of a bluetooth earpiece and lightweight, less than an ounce, the alertme® is the latest and safest lifesaver electronic device that helps prevent accidents caused by falling asleep behind the wheel.
The alertme® device works by detecting when the user’s head nods while driving or working which indicates that you may be feeling drowsy. Its ergonomic design makes it very comfortable to wear and improves your vigilance on the road.
Safe on the road
“Bought it for my daughter who drives some distance to work and back early mornings and late nights to keep her from falling asleep at the wheel. Works great and keeps my daughter safe.”
Easy to use • Safe and efficient • Peace of mind • Compact and lightweight • Easy battery replacement
WHERE TO PLACE
1. Remove the plastic tag from the batteries for activation 2. Move head to upright position 3. Place behind ear 4. Turn to ‘on’ position
HOW TO USE
5. Nod your head about 15 – 20 degrees until device sounds.
POWER YOUR DEVICE
6. Open the cover to change the button cell batteries (x3).
“Used it on a cross-country driving trip. Once I figured out how to get it on (yes, I read the directions), it worked. I had no problem getting it to stay on even though I wear glasses.”
Used it on a cross-country driving trip
“It works as advertised. You put on right ear, bend or tilt head and it gives a sharp continuous sound. I recommend it for safe driving.”
Safety device that I use
“I do a lot of driving. Saw this and thought it was a cool concept. It's super loud and definitely would wake me up. Test it out before you use it as you have to get it just in the right spot. Wearing it is no big deal.”
Will definitely alert you
3L x 1.60W x 0.5D (in.) | 7.60L x 4W x 1.30D (cm.)
0.4oz | 12 gr
ABS plastic | Mercury Free
Replaceable LR41 (x3). Will last about 30,000 rings
Yes! Once behind the ear, you can adjust the sensitivity of the alarm by placing it further down your ear.
Keep in mind that setting up alertme® to a lower sensitivity will reduce its effectiveness to
nodding due to drowsiness.