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Picture of SAFEGUARD PERSONAL ALERT SYSTEM The Safeguard Personal Alert System is a call signal designed for use by individuals with mobility, communication, or severe physical disabilities or who are deaf or hard of hearing. The system is for at-home communication by users who require assistance for comfort, food, medication, or other non-emergency situations. This vibrating and chime call system includes a wireless pendant and a monitor which are as small as a credit card and can be used indoors and outdoors. The signal can transmit up to 100 feet. POWER: Uses batteries.

Price: 44.00.

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This product record was updated on November 21, 2014.

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Safeguard Marketing Co.

PO Box 541-FS
Cliffside Park, New Jersey 07010
United States
Telephone: 201-840-5443.
Fax: 775-261-4502.

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