What can go wrong will go wrong. So it’s a good idea to be prepared. The 1st Response: Emergency Kit is a must-have for those who like to be prepared. It puts as much practical information as possible into your hands for unexpected situations.
1st Response: Emergency Kit has a bright, clean-looking visual interface that loads quickly — a real plus if your experiencing a real emergency. There are five buttons at the bottom of your screen that provide users with a broad range of information.
Resources is an essential listing of must-know categories that are not only easy to search but easy understand. It provides information on everything from bee stings and poison ivy to burns and seizures. In addition to offering first-aid help, 1st Response: Emergency Kit offers solutions on some of the most common auto problems from flat tires to a dead battery.
There is a light function that allows you to use your handset as a light. Just tap it and open or close the aperture to get as much or as little light as you need. The distress button provides access to a SOS function. You can adjust the flashing light by color and the rate of flashes in seconds.
The medical profile button is pretty complete. List your emergency contact number, physician’s number, blood type and any pre-existing medical conditions along with any medications and medical alerts. Don’t forget about your health insurance provider.
In the call area the emergency call number is set to 9-1-1 by default. You can add additional emergency contact and personal contact information. The device also has a GPS function to determine your current location in this area.
This application appears to be pretty complete. It’s easy to use and fully functional. The SOS light seems a little cheesy but maybe not so much when you really need it.
1st Response: Emergency Kit is definitely worth downloading. It seems like a fair price for all the important information it provides.