Homeware that helps.
The ask, a CPR & First Aid training product that fits seamlessly into your everyday. The answer, Redware, household items that are engineered to teach CPR & First Aid.
Developed from the Red Cross First Aid training manual each product in the line is created with the primary, household use and their secondary function being CPR & First Aid training, teaching, and emergency implementation.
CPR Gardening Gloves.
These teach you the proper hand position for CPR and click when you’ve got it right.
CPR Floor Pillow.
It is made of a thick foam like material that resembles the same resistance as a CPR dummy. When practicing compressions, the pillow will make a clicking noise when you press down using the correct amount of pressure.
It can convert into a sling for breaks and sprains.
This clock has the conventional three hands, as well as a CPR hand that beats 100 ticks per minute keeping you on track for effective compressions.
It can help someone hyperventilating get their breath back.
Heart Attack Chair.
It teaches you how to properly position someone when they are having a heart attack.
It teaches you the proper amount of water someone having a heat stroke should have.
Can be torn into strips of gauze to wrap cuts and scrapes.
Flexible Ice Tray
With the case on, it can wrap around limbs for bone, muscle or joint injuries.
Used for for stopping major bleeds, as well as closing your snack bags.
Teaches you how to help a baby who is choking.
Products In The Physical World
The products will be available for purchase in pop up shops around the city. Vending machines will be at the pop ups as well as around the city. They will also allow pedestrians to purchase a Redware product on the spot.
The products will also be displayed at prestigious design shows such as IDS, DesignTO, The Canadian Furniture Show and more. In addition, the products will be showcased at real estate house staging, Airbnb’s and Hotels to promote safety in the space.