CommBadge

CommBadge is Now Available for Pre-order

The only wearable personal communicator for iPhone and Android. You'll have seamless access to Siri and Google Now voice command functions. Simply use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. All while your phone is in your pocket or it's charger.

 

However, holding your phone while busy at work or doing household chores is a pain. For many situations using a speakerphone is a better solution, and the only way to truly multitask. For example, cooking, walking the two dogs, home projects, and the list goes on.

So I started thinking. Why can’t I just wear a speakerphone? I did some online research and I couldn’t find anything! Then, about a year ago I started prototyping and experimenting with placement and functionality. The more I tested it in various environments, some being very noisy, the more I was blown away. Why hasn’t anyone done this I thought? So I formed a team of five to build a real CommBadge.

With today’s noise canceling technology wearing a speakerphone totally makes sense. It’s super convenient and really great with Siri too. Put your iPhone away, and you can still access Siri from a distance of up to 30 meters!

Furthermore, most people are required to wear an identification badge while at work. A lot of people use badge reels for their access convenience. That’s how the CommBadge came to life, combining an ID badge reel and a tiny speakerphone. It’s always with you, and great for lunch breaks, etc. After work, simply remove your ID badge and it becomes your personal assistant.

The uses are truly limitless; and you’ll be hands-free in your car if your car is not Bluetooth equipped. Once you start using it you’ll never go back to a Bluetooth headset. Science Fiction has now become a reality!

--Charles, Founder and CEO of CommBadge Technologies, LLC

VIDEO

  • Technology has finally caught up with the science fiction that was first imagined by 'Gene Roddenberry in Star Trek - The Next Generation'. Finally, there is a real CommBadge, it's a miniature speakerphone with big sound.