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LogicMark Guardian Alert 911 System - Medical Alert

  • No monitoring fees, service charges or contracts
  • Talk directly to a 911 emergency operator
  • Uses 1 AAA battery (included)
  • Uses your home phone line

Product Overview

LogicMark Guardian Alert 911 System - Medical Alert

Guardian Alert 911 System - Medical Alert


No Monitoring Fees, Service Charges or Contracts ever.

Medical Alert System! Talk Directly through your pendant to a 911 emergency operator at the push of a button.

The Guardian Alert 911 medical alert system is a set - a base station which plugs into the phone jack - and a pendant which is worn by the user.
The system can operate anywhere in and around the home - with the base station plugged into a phone jack in the central part of the home.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why was the Guardian Alert 911 created?
We created this product because of the great need of loved ones or a disabled person to be able to instantly contact a 911 operator in the event of an emergency. These individuals want to lead more independent and safer lives. Countless accidents and deaths occur every year that could have been prevented if 911 was able to be reached quickly.

How does Guardian Alert 911 work?
It is very simple. You just push the blue button on the wearable pendant and you can speak directly to a 911 operator from anywhere in or around the home. You do not need to use your regular telephone.

Does Guardian Alert 911 use Cellular Service?
No! The Guardian Alert 911 uses your home phone line.

Do you have to be near a base station for 911 to hear you?
No! Because the Guardian Alert 911 is the world’s smallest cordless speakerphone, you can speak directly to an operator instantly from anywhere in or around the home. This is the only product that allows you to speak from ANYWHERE in your home, not just within 50 feet of a speakerphone. 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.

Are there any monthly charges or contracts?
Absolutely Not! There are no monthly charges, no monitoring fees, no contracts, ever. You purchase the Guardian Alert 911 and it is yours to keep and use forever.

What happens if I am unable to speak?
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.

How do I install Guardian Alert 911?
Just plug it into your existing phone jack.

Is Guardian Alert 911 legal to use?
Yes! The Guardian Alert 911 is completely legal to use in all 50 states and Canada.

Does Guardian Alert 911 use a battery?
Yes, the 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. You can also purchase the Battery Back Up Pack for the Alert for added peace of mind.

Is Guardian Alert 911 water resistant?
Yes, the Guardian Alert 911 can be used in the shower even though we don’t recommend it as a normal practice.

What is the warranty on Guardian Alert 911?
One Year Limited Warranty

Facts on Emergencies:
Research supports the common sense notion that getting prompt help makes surviving an emergency more likely. The ability to get help also boosts the odds that a senior will continue to live independently. The longer a person spends helpless, the greater the likelihood he/she will be discharged into supportive care. For elderly people who live alone, becoming incapacitated and unable to get help is a common event, which usually marks the end to their ability to live independently. (New England Journal of Medicine)

Facts on Senior Citizens:
As the oldest baby boomers become senior citizens in 2011, the percentage of people 65 and older is projected to grow faster than any other age group. In fact, 26 states are projected to double their 65+ and-older populations between 2000 and 2030.

Facts on 911 Calls:
Over 150 Million emergency calls are made each year in the US.

Facts on Causes of Death:
Nearly 75% of all deaths in the United States are deaths of elderly people. For many decades, heart disease, cancer, and stroke have been the leading causes of death among the elderly, accounting for 70% of all deaths in this age group.

Facts on Falling:
Of the 35 million Americans over 65, about 1 in 3 will fall in a given year. (Center for Disease Control, "CDC")

Seniors are hospitalized for fall-related injuries 5 times more often than they are for injuries from all other causes. Falls are the leading cause of accidental death for seniors. (Center for Disease Control, "CDC")

50% of people who fall require assistance from someone else to get up.

After a fall or other emergency, 90% of people who get help within one hour will continue independent living, but after 12 hours without help only 10% of people will continue to live at home. (New England Journal of Medicine)

Nearly one half of the older adults who incur a serious injury never fully recover and many lose their ability to function independently for the rest of their lives. A good proportion end up in nursing homes, making falls and the injuries that result, one of the most substantial health threats facing older adults. (Yale University School of Medicine)

Facts on Heart Attacks
1.5 million Heart attacks occur in the United States each year with 500,000 deaths. A heart attack occurs about every 20 seconds with a heart attack death about every minute.

About 50% of deaths occur within one hour of the heart attack –outside a hospital.

There is a only a 6% to 9% early mortality rate from Heart attack for those who survive long enough to reach the hospital. Getting to the hospital quickly is the goal. Deaths from cardiovascular diseases in women exceed the total number of deaths caused by the next 16 causes.

Costs related to heart attack exceed 60 billion dollars per year. Coronary Heart Disease is America's No. 1 killer. Stroke is No. 3 and a leading cause of serious disability.

Facts on Strokes
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in America and the No.1 cause of adult disability. Many strokes are preventable and treatable with prompt medical attention. (National Stroke Association)

Facts on Fire - Who is Most at Risk
Senior citizens age 70 and over have the greatest risk of fire death. The fire death risk among seniors is more than double the average population.


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Top Pros

Lightweight (3)
Safe (3)
Easy Storage (2)
Sturdy (2)
Not too big (1)
Top Cons

None yet (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (4)
Emergency (3)
Following Surgery (1)
1-5 of 5 reviews
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I'VE ALREADY RECOMMENDED IT TO SEVERAL P Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Safe. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Emergency.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. Elderly.

I TRIED IT OUT ON TRIAL BASIS AND IT WORKED PERFECTLY.SOMEONE FROM 911 CAME ON RIGHT AWAY.

by SKEETER from FAYETEVILLE,NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Great item Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Easy Storage. Safe.
Best Uses:
Emergency. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

The screws that hold the back on for the battery compartment are extremely small!! I can't imagine too many elderly people who will be able to change the battery without help. Not only are the screws tiny, they are not magnetic and hard to hold onto with the screw driver. There must be a better way.

by Pearl's mom from Midland, Mi.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
7 out of 9 found this review helpful
Just what I needed

Pros:
Not too big.
Cons:
None yet.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

This is exactly what I was looking for to use with my elderly Grandmother. She wears it around her neck in case of a fall or other emergency.

by Granddaughter from New Jersey
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Exactly what I needed Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Sturdy.
Cons:
Battery screws are small..
Best Uses:
Emergency. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Multiple sclerosis.

The signal reaches throughout my house easily, including the patio. I recently fell on the patio, so this is a nice safety feature. I have never needed to activate it, but nearly did when we developed a fire on the patio. Some people question using a system that does not have a service or call center. We could not have afforded the monthly fees. This fits our needs exactly. We are very happy. Overall, I highly recommend this product.

by Gimpy Grampa from Olathe, KS
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Excellent Product

Pros:
Lightweight. Safe.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. Emergency. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. For my mother in law.

This system is a little high priced. However at comparable systems being $40 a month monitoring This product is a value without compromising the security. I no longer have to worry I know she can obtain help in case of an emergency and she is alone.

by Shannon from Mishawaka, IN
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 5 reviews
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Can I reprogram with my cell number instead of 911?
Asked on Jun 7, 2012 12:01:34 PM by Angelo from Atlanta, GA
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Why is a free police-provided pre-programmed 911 cellphone not as good as Guardian Alert 911 with its problems as described by users?
Asked on Nov 11, 2011 1:01:40 PM by worried from NJ
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Hi we purchased the key lock box along with the system and the back up batter, but if I can't get to the door to open it, since I am a double amputee. How do I let 911 know I have a lock box outside of the house, and what if I can't talk to give them the combination...do you think they will have something in place for that kind of a situation
Asked on Nov 2, 2011 10:15:37 AM by Turtle from Baltimore
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Another company that I was looking at said that their product would not work with digital phone (Time Warner Cable). Could you let me know if this matters with your product? Also, how many person's numbers can be stored in your system?
Asked on Oct 16, 2011 6:02:10 PM by Linda from Bridgeport WV
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