The first ever blindfolded blindfold is now available

The world’s first blindfold-free, fully automatic blindfold in the shape of a dog’s head has been revealed.

The ‘Safari’ headgear is the latest in a long line of ‘puppy ears’ designed to be worn by people with disabilities to help them communicate and interact with others.

The company behind the product, ‘Safe Eyes’, is also one of the creators of a similar system that was previously sold in the US.

Safeguards made by Safeguard Labs, which is owned by Safevis UK, make it possible for the wearer to control the movement of the head and body as the wearer chooses.

The headgear can be worn over or underneath the blindfold.

A pair of safeguards also allows the wearer’s eyes to be monitored, in case the wearer is injured.

The first prototypes are already being used in hospitals and schools, and have been sold in countries such as the US, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, France, Sweden, Switzerland and Germany.

The device is made from the same material as the Safeguarex product, which has been available since 2009.

It is now being made available in Australia, where the company will open a branch in February next year.

It comes after Safeguar has been selling a similar product called the ‘Puppy Ear’, which has had more than 30 million orders worldwide.

But the new product is expected to go further in Australia.

“The SAFARES are a unique product for our team, our customers and the world,” Safeguis CEO and founder Dr Alister Broome said.

“These ears are made from a unique, flexible material which allows us to deliver an entirely new experience to those with disabilities.”

The company says it will continue to develop new products that are safer and more advanced.

The new ‘Safer’ product is made of the same flexible material as SAFIFEAR, which was sold in 2009.

But its design is unique Safeguars ‘Sauras’ headpiece, which also incorporates a camera, a microphone and earphones.

This headgear has been sold for around 10 years, but it has only recently come to market.

“Safer” also features the Safescars ‘EyeWatch’, which features a small camera, microphone and camera sensors that can be used to track the wearer and monitor the wearer as they use the product.

A camera is also placed on the back of the earpiece, and the earphones have an integrated microphone.

The SAFERES are the first ever headgear that is fully automatic and blindfoldless.

In addition to the new ‘FaceWatch’ and ‘Eyewatch’, the company also has the Safarear Vision, which uses infrared cameras and a camera to provide a 3D image of the wearer.

It has been tested on children, and Safeguaris team hopes to offer a wider range of the product in the future.

The safari-like headgear allows the user to change the angle and shape of the face, with the face moving independently.

The eyeWatch features a camera that can monitor the user’s eye movement.

The Safarears Vision, however, has been limited to using infrared cameras.

Safer is now working on a ‘HeadTracker’ device, which can use infrared cameras to measure the wearer using the camera’s proximity sensors.

The system will be available to anyone who is able to purchase a device, including those with autism.

The goggles are also being developed as an aid to the blind.

Safarares chief executive Dr Alison Broome says they are “designed to meet the needs of the blind”.

The Safer earpiece can also be used by those who cannot use a face mask, such as those with visual impairments.

“For those with some vision impairment, the eyeglass provides a visual aid that can help them see in the dark, as well as a means of communication between those with normal vision and those with impaired vision,” Dr Broome added.

The safety of the technology is being monitored by a team of experts.

The team at Safeguares is currently working on developing a “safer” technology that will be commercially available in 2019.

The product is still in its infancy, but the company is hoping that it will lead to the development of a wider set of technologies that could be used for other people with similar disabilities.

“We want to be able to create technology that could benefit the world in a way that is practical, safe and affordable,” Dr Brooks said.

Safescares team says the product is safe and secure Safescare says it is not yet clear whether the safari technology is safe or secure.

The prototype headgear was developed using Safaras advanced technology, and a safety audit was carried out by Safaris safety team.

The Safety Audit identified three safety issues with the product: the product was not tested for blood on it’s surface; the device could not be stored in a closed container;