ZOMM Reviews

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

AOL Shopping Recognizes ZOMM Pink

AOL Shopping’s Stylist on a Soapbox did a post in October about products that give back during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We were thrilled to see the ZOMM Pink included in the list! You can read the article about Breast Cancer Awareness Month or watch this video:

See the ZOMM Pink

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

The Perfect Gift for Dad This Father’s Day

“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” — Clarence Budington Kelland

Do you have one of those dads who will do anything for you, without asking for anything more than a “thank you” in return? If so, now’s the time to show him how much you appreciate him—That’s right, this Sunday, June 19, is Father’s Day!

We think ZOMM makes a great gift for Dad…but you don’t have to take our word for it.

ZOMM in FORBES

Jim Gorzelany included ZOMM in his “Great Car-Themed Gifts for Dads” post for Forbes. So if your dad sounds something like this:

Auto aficionados tend to be a breed apart from mere motorists. While it’s cliché to infer they have motor oil coursing through their veins, their interest in all things vehicular run much deeper than the mere act of getting from one location to another,”

Then ZOMM makes a great gift!

Luxe List ZOMM

The Luxe List’s Merilee Kern boasts ZOMM as a gift to “help him keep better track of it [his phone] — and the related stress at bay”. Her guide was also featured on Associated Content.

ZOMM Fox news

And Fox News contributor John R. Quain listed ZOMM as a great tech gift for Dad (or grads) because, who hasn’t forgotten their cell phone?

What are you getting your Dad for Father’s Day?

Monday, May 9th, 2011

ZOMM on Great Day St. Louis (KMOV-TV)

ZOMM Pink is featured on the Monday, May 9th episode of  “Good Day St. Louis” – ZOMM is seen at the 1:45 mark.

Monday, April 4th, 2011

ZOMM Featured in Miami Herald

Gear + Gadgets

Cellphone nanny

   Zomm Wireless Leash
Zomm Wireless Leash

By Judi Dash

Special to The Miami Herald

Bzzz, flash, screech — that’s your cell phone being left behind. Well, actually, that’s the new ZOMM Wireless Leash, a little round keychain-sized device that, when activated, uses Bluetooth technology to detect and sound an alert when you and your Bluetooth-enabled cellphone become separated by 20 to 40 feet. The Bluetooth connection also lets the ZOMM act as a speakerphone, so you can answer an out-of-reach phone with the press of a button. A built-in panic-button feature lets you initiate a piercing alarm, and auto dials 911. Alas, it can’t keep the phone battery going or boost reception. But stay tuned.

Zomm Wireless Leash is $79.99 at www.zomm.com; 888-821-0888

Read original article here

Monday, March 21st, 2011

ZOMM Featured in Los Angeles Times

Cell phone panic: This alerts you if you’ve left yours behind

If you leave your cellphone behind, this device will alert you.

By Judi Dash special to the Times

Bzzz, flash, screech — that’s your cellphone being left behind.

Well, actually, that’s the new Zomm Wireless Leash ($99.99), a little round keychain-sized device that, when activated, uses Bluetooth technology to detect and sound an alert if you and your Bluetooth-enabled cellphone become separated by 20 to 40 feet.

A built-in panic button lets you initiate a piercing alarm and auto-dials 911.

Info: (888) 821-0888, Zomm

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

“Your Mac Life” Interviews ZOMM at CES

YML interview with ZOMM

Posted January 7th, 2011 by Shawn
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The Consumer Electronics Show is on right now in Las Vegas, Nevada and is one of the largest industry trade shows in the world. Thanks to our friends at Etymotic Research, Your Mac Life is attending CES from January 6th to 9th, 2011.

In this interview, I spoke to Laurie and Henry Penix, Co-founders of ZOMM, the world’s first Wireless Leash for cell phones. Click here to listen to the interview!

Monday, January 17th, 2011

ZOMM start-up story featured on MSNBC

Booming Business: Zomm

MSNBC’s Your Business

5:13 | Jan 16, 2011 – There are plenty of big names at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas every year, but small business owners are making their presence known as well. For most companies, the road to CES takes years, but for one small Oklahoma tech startup, it took only months. So how did Zomm do it? It was one part inspiration and one part shear force of will.

See the full video on MSNBC here.

Friday, January 7th, 2011

See ZOMM in action with Hands-On ZOMM Reviews

ZOMM co-founder and CEO Henry Penix always says, “The fact that the ZOMM Wireless Leash is the first of its kind is a good and a bad thing…”

And he’s exactly right. Our Wireless Leash is a young and unique product. That makes it hard to explain, in words alone, just how it works. That’s why we’ve taken the time to create numerous videos demonstrating how to use ZOMM.

However, we also understand that it can be nice to get the opinion of a real-life ZOMM user (outside of our company). So here are a few user reviews that we have seen on YouTube:





Still have questions about how ZOMM works? Feel free to leave a comment below or contact us through our Facebook or Twitter pages.

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

ZOMM Featured in Scientific American’s “2010 Gadget Guide”

SciAm‘s 2010 Gadget Guide: 10 Gizmos Taking Digital Learning and Entertainment to the Next Level [Slide Show]

Big pop-tech dominated the headlines this year, so we present an array of mainly pint-size products that may have sneaked under your radar.

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WIRELESS ALARM

Are you sure you have your mobile phone with you each morning as you’re rushing out the door to go to work? Attach ZOMM, LLC’s alarm to your key ring and, assuming you haven’t also forgotten your keys, the device—four centimeters in diameter—will start to flash and vibrate when it gets more than nine meters from your phone. (The two communicate wirelessly via Bluetooth.) Because of this Bluetooth connection, the ZOMM device can also act as a speakerphone with built-in noise cancellation, enabling you to answer your phone even when it’s out of reach. A panic button feature lets you sound a 40-decibel alarm and call for local emergency assistance.
Cost: $90

See full slide show here

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

ZOMM Featured in BusinessWeek’s Holiday Guide

Bloomberg Businessweek’s Total Tech Buying Guide 2010

Zomm Wireless Leash

Zomm Wireless Leash

What it is: Zomm Wireless Leash
Who makes it: Zomm
What it costs: $80

Why we like it: This little plastic disk sits on your key chain and emits an alarm if you move more than 30 feet from your wireless phone. It also doubles as an external speaker for your phone. It can even be programmed as a panic button to automatically dial your local emergency-services number. If you ever need it, you’ll be very glad you have it.

See entire gift guide here

  • ZOMM Loves Female Innovators

    As many know, ZOMM was invented by Laurie Penix, the mom of the Penix family. Laurie recalls being on the treadmill, watching Oprah, when a phone call from a girlfriend inspired her to look further into the idea of a wireless leash. Inspired by Laurie’s innovation, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to find some of the other top mompreneurs to share with – and hopefully inspire – everyone....

  • Keep Your Children Safe – Alternate Uses for ZOMM Wireless Leash

    In light of this spring’s annual National Safe Kids Week, we wanted to share these alternate uses of our Wireless Leash. Keep reading to find out how ZOMM can keep your toddlers and teens safe…...

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    2010 has come and gone! Here's ZOMM's 201 Wrap-up....

  • Latest ZOMM Happenings

    As usual, things have been super busy in the ZOMM headquarters this fall. We’ve been busy traveling to conferences like Opencamp and shows like CTIA’s Mobile Focus in order to spread the word about ZOMM....

  • ZOMM = A Mother’s Peace of Mind

    With my two girls being on their own this summer, I felt better knowing they had their ZOMMs. I knew that with a ZOMM in hand, they would drive safer by using the call notification and speakerphone feature. ...