I brainstormed with my son Aaron for many hours, put our minds to it, and figured out how to come up with an invention that could prevent children from falling out of windows, slow down or even stop home intruders from entering a home and save lives.
Bayside, NY (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Owner of Major Home Corp. in Oakland Gardens, N.Y, Mitch Kersch, unveils the release of the device, The Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound, today on ForeverSafeNSound.com. Young children and those with physical disabilities or aliments such as dementia may be at an increased risk of getting injury due to common occurrences around the home. Described as the "world’s smallest, safest, and portable window and door safety device," Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound prevents children and disabled adults from falling out of windows or wandering out of the home undetected by their caregivers. With its built-in audible alarm, the Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound platform also provides a location-specific preventative measure.
The invention contains a one-of-a-kind Patented window suction cup safety mechanism that is created for double hung, sliding windows, and sliding patio doors. It takes seconds to install and requires no maintenance. It is designed to prevent children from falling out of windows they open and protecting adults who are in a high risk category of getting injured by identifying and/or preventing unauthorized window movement.
This brand new patented safety device can not only saves lives but also deters criminals by sounding an audible alarm if activated, thereby reducing the incidence of abductions, forced entries, and burglaries.
Attached to a window or sliding-glass door with a high powered suction mechanism, The Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound device bumps against the sash and activates the built-in alarm if a child or a burglar slides the door or window open past the point that a user presets. Besides making it for difficult for intruders to enter homes, and decreasing the likelihood of children and people with dementia wandering out patio doors, the high-powered locking suction cup mechanism prevents unwanted device removal.
This platform is also designed for college students and for those who leave their windows open at night for air circulation. Its compact design also enables its use on doors or windows in hotels or while on cruises.
“I brainstormed with my son Aaron for countless hours, put our minds to it,” Mitchell said, “and figured out how to come up with an invention that could prevent children from falling out of windows, slow down or even stop home intruders from entering a home and to stop children and people with dementia, stroke victims and people with brain injuries from wandering out of the house unsafely.”
Mitch Kersch, whose granddaughter Lytal is now 14 months old, worked alongside his son, Aaron, to build the device and spent three months designing The Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound device, priced at $29.95.
For more information about The Forever Safe ‘N’ Sound, visit http://www.ForeverSafeNSound.com.
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