The Calder, the Duchess, and the Kingston, $300 each, available for preorder on Wisewear.com.

You carry a cell phone with you at all times and keep an eye on your friends during a night out, but even when taking precautions, there's still always a possibility for women to be at risk of sexual assault. According to the nonprofit Rape Response Services, a 2014 study conducted by the Main Coalition Against Sexual Assault showed that one in every five women has been the victim of either an attempted or completed rape or assault. The numbers are even more disturbing when it comes to Latinas as one in every seven has experienced rape at some point in her life.

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Now there's a way to prevent this. Wisewear, a brand of fitness and wearable tech, has a new bracelet that can discretely send out a distress call to family and law enforcement should you find yourself in a dangerous situation. Available for preorder, the bracelets are water-resistant and have a battery life of up to three days. The Calder, the Duchess, and the Kingston, part of the Socialite Collection, are made of brass and are plated with 18k gold, making them not just a smart investment, but a beautiful addition to your accessories, too. 

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Specifically, the sleek, metallic bangles are made with a state-of-the-art chip, which can connect to your mobile phone via Bluetooth. Through the Wisewear mobile app, you can easily configure the settings to send notifications to a list of family members or friends if you were to tap the bracelet a specific number of times. 

For example, you can specify that one tap is to notify family members or friends and two taps to send an alert to the nearest police station in the area you are in.  If your gut tells you that a situation just isn’t right, the piece can send a call for help without causing a distraction or letting a potential assaulter know that help is on the way, all while recording your current location and activating a sensor that records the sounds of your surroundings.

“[It has] an innovative antenna system that permits RF (Bluetooth/Wifi) through metal  objects. Basically, the consumer loads our app and trains the bracelet with their personalized tap command at specific frequency.” says Gerald Wilmink, CEO of Wisewear. “Once the signature tap command is set, this activates either a distress message which makes a direct phone call or text to a loved one of their exact GPS location and informs them that they are distressed.”

Along with it’s unique distress notification feature, the gold and silver bracelets also come equipped with the standard wearable-tech features, including a calorie tracker, pedometer, and information on your health and activity levels. Beat that, Siri!