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EMERGENCY PHONE DIALER PERSONAL ASSISTANT (MODEL 49-1005)    


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Picture of EMERGENCY PHONE DIALER PERSONAL ASSISTANT (MODEL 49-1005) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 08/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE--- The Emergency Phone Dialer Personal Assistant, model 49-1005, is an emergency alert system designed for use by seniors and individuals with mobility disabilities. The system includes a telephone dialer and a water-resistant pendant worn by the user. In an emergency, the user presses a button on the pendant to remotely activate the dialer and call up to four numbers or to sound an alarm. The system also comes with a User's Guide. POWER: Uses AC (alternating current) adapter (included) or backup battery.

Price: 59.99.

This product record was updated on August 15, 2007.

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Manufacturer:

Radio Shack Corporation

300 RadioShack Circle
Fort Worth, Texas 76102-1964
United States
Telephone: 800-843-7422 or 817-415-3011.
Fax: 817-415-6808.
Web: http://www.radioshack.com.


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