With a subsidy from the government and in collaboration with Safety Tracer (Ivengi) and design agency GBO, we set to work to design a more successful personal safety device that is accepted by more elderly people. We started this journey with one goal: to create a device that does not need to be charged every day. We thought that a solar-powered device could be the deciding factor, but a watch or pendant is often covered by clothing. Hence, we have also tried to make a device that is more beautiful than the competition, so that the user would want to wear it in plain sight. Although these are interesting starting points and the aesthetic aspects of a product are of great importance, it appears based on conversations with the elderly, care providers, and the primary care environment that the looks of energy supply, based on the current functionality, are not the deciding factor for success. More is needed to address this market.