It’s rare when comparing products to have one come out so far ahead. Xbox vs PlayStation, Apple vs Samsung. Brands are in a constant battle to be the best. One brings out a new feature, and the other responds, matching or bettering the offer.
Not so in the fall detection watch world. The Kanega watch is so far ahead of the competition, that it’s Kanega first, daylight second, and the others. Well. They are missing so much desirable functionality that we couldn’t give the best of the rest even 3 stars.
The Kanega Watch has the smartest fall detection engine that learns when a fall is not a fall, never needs to be taken off to charge, is simple to use, works out of the box, and needs no other devices to operate. The Kanega watch is a purpose-dedicated watch, with fall detection built into it. It doesn’t require a connection to a secondary device such as a phone, or pendant.
All the others provided some level of fall detection but struggled with being complex to use, not having native fall detection, and in all ways just not being as complete a solution for someone looking for a fall detection solution.
In almost all cases, the best option is the Kanega Watch. It’s the only true, made-for-purpose fall detection watch. Other devices have wrist-wearing capability or can be set up to provide some level of fall detection service. Still, they let the user down with unnecessary complexity, poor charging options, or just low cleverness when it comes to fall detection.
The Kanega Watch is the clear winner.