Guardian Angel is a Smart Safe Swimsuit for Kids Designed to Automatically Inflate to Prevent Drowning

Live on Kickstarter, the Guardian Angels is an intelligent swim-suit with an automatic inflatable system designed to protect children while swimming.

Shenzhen, China - June 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Guardian Angel, the revolutionary new smart swimsuit from KSOS with an automatic inflatable system designed to protect children while swimming, is live on global crowdfunding platform Kickstarter and raising funds to bring the project to life.

Each year, thousands of children tragically drown in accidents worldwide. The Guardian Angel intelligent anti-drowning swimsuit hopes to keep children safe and parents at peace with their groundbreaking new product.

"Thanks to our product, playing by the beach, swimming at a community pool, or enjoying a wonderful holiday by the resort pool won't be a worrisome issue anymore as this equipment will be guarding the safety of children like guardian angels,” says founder and CEO Tony Ke.

To get started, parents simply need to set the alarm time before swimming. Once the swimming kids sink into the water the alarm will trigger and the swimsuit airbag will inflate in 3-5 seconds and the child will float back up to the water’s surface. It is very comfortable to wear and won't any panic to the child while using as it feels similar to sleeping in an inflatable bed. The Guardian Angel’s effective buoyancy is 2 hours after the airbag is inflated, after which point a new compression cylinder will need to be replaced along with the waterproof seal.

In addition, an LED on the swimsuit emits a red alarm indicator for positioning and alarming effects, which is especially helpful at night, to accurately locate the child. The Guardian Angel is easily charged a USB cable and when fully charged boasts a battery life of up to 10 hours.

The Guardian Angel swimsuit kit includes a swimming cap, a swimsuit tops, a swimming trunk, a USB power cable, and a compressed cylinder for inflation. Backers of the project are able to access special pricing during the Kickstarter campaign.

"In August 2017, the number of teenagers and babies released by the United Nations who had drowned worldwide was 370,000 people. The pain and hurt experience by the surviving relatives of these children shocked my heart,” adds Ke. “I asked myself at the time, ‘What can be done and what would be the most timely rescue solution?’ The answer is: self-help. This is why we set out to create the world’s most intelligent anti-drowning swimsuit ever created.”

The Guardian Angel Swimsuit by KSOS is live and available to support on Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/protmex/childs-guardian-angel-ksos-smart-swim-suit

About KSOS

Founded in October 2000, our company is located in Shenzhen, the capital of modern innovation and Silicon Valley in China. It is a high-tech enterprise recognized by Shenzhen Science and Technology Bureau. We are a research and development, production, sales as one of the integrated enterprises specializing in the management of the KSOS brand.

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