Logicmark Guardian Alert 911
List Price: $179.99

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Product Description

Is it possible that you might be in a home situation where you'd need Emergency help? Studies claim to support that faster responses to emergencies can help save lives or reduce recovery times. Guardian Alert 911 is a dependable way to assure that you can contact emergency when you really need it- fast. The Guardian Alert 911 system is a set - a base station which plugs into the phone jack - and a pendant which is worn by the user. It's a wireless phone device exclusively available to help you during an emergency. The system can operate anywhere in and around the home - with the base station plugged into a phone jack. It uses reliable wireless frequencies to communicate with the base station. The Pendant runs a year on a AAA alkaline battery (included). The pendant is splash resistant so that he can even be taken into the shower. The Test Button on the bottom of the unit gives an audible confirmation of battery condition. Hold the Test Button in an extra few seconds - and you can confirm that the full system is working. Guardian Alert 911 uses a AAA alkaline battery, which is included. The battery life is one-year and it can be tested at any time with the test button on the unit An optional Battery Backup (item #30912) will allow the Guardian Alert 911 product to run during a power outage for 24 hours until the power comes back on (see LGK 30912 to puchase this accessory) Home telephone service is required LogicMark is a Virginia based company that specializes in the design and manufacture of innovative Home Healthcare products. It is sold with a 1-Year Warranty

  • Base connects to any home telephone jack
  • A push of the pendant button notifies the base to immediately call 911
  • Uses reliable radio frequencies for wireless use
  • The pendant range is up to 600 feet in a free-space environment! It will cover large homes and even a short distance outside your home.
  • If you are unable to speak, the Guardian Alert 911 can still give the 911 operator your location by utilizing the caller ID function. Because of this ?enhanced 911? system, you can feel even safer that your location is known even before you speak
Customer Reviews:
  • 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?

    Then there's the main problem: in the enclosed instructions they tell you not to install it near any other type of electrical appliance or cordless phone. I only have one phone outlet, to which are connected my cordless phone, computer modem and fax line. I also have the computer and printer in the same area. When I connected the Guardian, my fax line plug wouldn't fit in the line splitter they supplied, and worst of all, my cordless phone suddendly developed persistent and unacceptable static. For the present I have reconnected my old system, which fortunately I hadn't cancelled yet.

    I can't actually evaluate how well the Guardian system works, as I haven't been able to leave it installed to use it.

    I still like the Guardian idea of direct contact with 911 if you need it, via the pendant, versus an out-of-state call center that may not be able to hear me unless I'm close to the base unit. Also, a one-time purchase beats heck out of ever-increasing monthly monitoring fees. However, it looks like I'm going to have to get another phone jack installed in another room before I can use the Guardian 911. It would've been nice to have known all that up front.

    Barbara F.

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