The Kyon pet collar is designed to help you communicate and send messages to and from your pet.
The multi-purpose collar allows you to track your pet using GPS technology and communicate with others using an LED display on the outside of the collar.
While incorporating a chip into the animal is becoming more common, Kyon could be good for someone who feels uncomfortable by placing a chip on his dog.
Η application allows you to create a perimeter around the base station / charger so that if your puppy wanders too far, you will immediately be notified with a notification on your phone. If a dog has run away, the Kyon may display the "lost" message, as well as a phone number to alert any of the people around it.
The 3D GPS looks quite impressive for a dog collar. It allows you to see the elevation of the collar location, which can help you determine on which floor or apartment a building your dog is in, if it is stolen.
Pet owners will also be able to check some of their dog's health features. The tracker monitors the temperature and activity of the dog, so if the dog has a fever, it gets cold, it has drowsiness, it is happy or it takes a walk, you get a message from the collar itself, and a notification on his device. The tracker can also tell you when it's wet, if the dog has fallen into water.
In addition, the collar claims it can calm a dog barking with the use of "ultrasound" triggered by the app, although we must admit that we are a bit skeptical about it, especially for cheerful dogs. Kyon also claims he can prevent a dog using the same technology, emitting a high frequency sound.
Battery life is supposed to be 30 days, which is required for a device like this one. In $ 249, it is not considered cheap and a $ 4.99 charge is required every month for GPS mode. The collar is currently available for pre-order and is expected to be released by the end of January.
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