Monday, March 15, 2010

Guardian Freedom Alert - Seen On TV Items

The Guardian Freedom Alert The Freedom Alert is a No Monthly Fee Medical Alert System with a 2 way speakerphone in on a pendant with a range of up to 600 feet. You'll never be stranded in an emergency again.

The new Freedom Alert has two features that make it stand out as truly innovative in the market place. First, is that it’s the world’s smallest two-way voice communicator; and second is that it requires no monthly fees.

Another unique feature of Freedom Alert is the introduction of the two-way speakerphone pendant. While all the competitors were requiring a person to shout across the house to a speakerphone box to communicate to the monitoring station, this technology put the speakerphone right in the miniature pendant. You can be anywhere in or around your home and communicate effortlessly.

Use these four programmable numbers to contact family and friends. A typical user might enter their daughter’s cell phone number and their neighbor’s home number. With the Freedom Alert, these contacts are just a push button away when the person is anywhere in their home or even in their yard.

The pendant can operate up to 600 ft away from the base station. The base station plugs into any standard phone jack in the home. The pendant can be worn on a neck lanyard, on the included belt clip or the included wrist-strap.

- 600 foot range - 2 way speakerphone in the pendant

- waterproof pendant (you can shower with it)

- No Monthly Fee

Seniors, family members, friends have been asking us for this for years. Everyone loves the concept of a No Monthly Fee Medical Alert System and one of the features people have been asking for is a Pendant that you can talk through instead of having to speak into the built in speakerphone in the dialing unit. Well, with the Freedom Alert 911 we've accomplished this. In addition this system has a range 6 times greater than other models, up to 600 feet from the pendant to the base unit. Now you can wander all over your property and still be connected in the event of an emergency.

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