Emergency Alert Systems For Seniors – Independent Living And Peace Of Mind

September 25, 2015 - Comment

Emergency alert systems for seniors provide safety, independent living and peace of mind for you and your loved ones. The Guardian Alert system provides protection in and around your home with a range of up to 600 feet from the base station. Full time 24/7 protection with no added costs or pricey contracts. One button press to speak

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Emergency alert systems for seniors provide safety, independent living and peace of mind for you and your loved ones. The Guardian Alert system provides protection in and around your home with a range of up to 600 feet from the base station. Full time 24/7 protection with no added costs or pricey contracts. One button press to speak directly to 911 in case of emergency. Allows those at risk to enjoy independent living with peace of mind for themselves and those that care about them.

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Enjoy the Freedom of Independent Living

Emergencies can happen in all parts of a home and frequently right outside a home in the yard or driveway. The Guardian Alert enables you to call 911 in the event of an emergency and speak directly to the emergency operator from anywhere in and around your home with a range of 600 feet – the equivalent of two football fields.

Guardian Alert requires no monthly subscription or service fee. It works like a cordless phone with 911 service and tone dialing. You can wear it around your neck, clip it on a belt or carry it in your pocket at all times. To avoid accidental activation, the blue activator button is recessed and must be pressed for a minimum of 2 seconds to initiate a call.

• No monitoring fees, service charges, or contracts ever
• Talk directly through your pendant to a 911 emergency operator at the push of a button
• Complete coverage in and around your home
• The world’s only 2-way emergency pendant communicator
• 24 hour 7 days a week emergency protection

Woman calling emergency services with Guardian Alert

Additional Features

Pendant is splash resistant System test and battery test functions Voice confirmations during dialing, shutdown, system test, and battery test Included duplex jack allows a second phone to be used on the same outlet Auto standby after 4 minutes of inactivity

Specifications

Operating Frequency: 900 Mhz Range: Up to 600 feet (183 meters), line-of-sight Battery Life: Up to 1 year standby or 30 minutes talk Compatible with any standard land-line and most VoIP FCC and DOC approved Factory is ISO 9001 approved

Package Contents

Base station 7-foot phone cord for the base Duplex jack AC Adaptor Lanyard Belt clip for pendant AAA Alkaline battery

Product Features

  • No monitoring fees, service charges, or contracts ever
  • Talk directly to a 911 emergency operator at the push of a button
  • 24 hour 7 day a week emergency protection
  • Complete coverage in and around your home

Comments

Barbara F. says:

Don’t cancel your other service too soon I recently purchased a Guardian Alert 911 unit to replace the monthly fee system I have now. When I tried to install the Guardian, I discovered a few problems. First, the pendant: the battery compartment door on the pendant is held in place by two incredibly tiny phillips type screws. They do supply an appropriate screwdriver to use, but heaven help you if you lose that and don’t have a jeweler’s type screwdriver on hand. Even so, the screws were in there so tightly that to open it to install the battery, I had to use my trusty pliers to grasp the barrel of the screwdriver to get enough leverage to get one of the screws to turn. A person with less than good vision, and/or hand strength and dexterity, would have a very difficult time with this, especially since the battery would need to be replaced every six months or so. Why not just a simple snap-in cover like my tv remote has? 

NightOwlBookstore says:

Expensive, but worth every penny in peace of mind (READ UPDATE AT BOTTOM!) First, let me say that I think the Guardian 911 phone is overpriced. It should cost $50 or less. Such is the beauty of selling a product with zero competition. Maybe once other companies realize there’s a market for this type of phone, they’ll jump on board and drive the price down. Having said that, we probably would have paid double the asking price. We bought this for an elderly family friend who needed a simple phone with one button (and ONLY one button) to call 911. Anything more complicated would have useless for his particular circumstances. 

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