AED Buyer's Guide
Do I need an AED machine for my location?
Nearly 1,000 people in the United States die of Sudden Cardiac Arrest each day. SCA is unpredictable and can strike anyone, including young, old, male, female, even healthy athletes.
Because of this, an AED is recommended for any facility where people gather in large numbers. In addition, anyone who is at high risk of cardiovascular issues should have an AED in case of an emergency.
If you are unsure of where to begin or need additional assistance, our Customer Service team is standing by to answer your questions with our no-wait customer support hotline. Call us toll-free at 866-450-9906.
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Where Can I Buy an AED?
The best way to purchase an AED is online or by contacting your nearest sales representative. Our online AED store offers several different models to fit a variety of needs and accommodations. Our customer service team is fully trained and equipped to help customers or businesses of any size select the right AED.
Before you buy an AED, it would be smart for you to know the laws and requirements that your country, state, county, and city require.. Schools, the Post Office, commercial stores, local Fire & Rescue Departments, train stations, YMCA, gym & athletics facilities, daycare facilities, church buildings, warehouses, factories, medical treatment centers, healthcare facilities, and hospitals should all have access to an AED in case of an emergency.
How Much Does an AED Cost?
On average, the typical AED device for your business, school, church or venue will cost around $1,800, with an ongoing maintenance cost of $75 per year for each device. This amount may vary depending on the accessories, features, batteries or pads the device uses.
How do I Purchase an at Home AED?
Purchasing a defibrillator for at-home use is easy and as simple as making any other online purchase. There are a handful of factors to consider when purchasing an AED for home or personal use. We recommend using our tool above for helping you decide which AED best meets your needs.
A popular choice for home use is the Philips Heartstart Onsite for ease of use, while the ZOLL AED 3 offers CPR feedback, an important feature for assisting a victim with Sudden Cardiac Arrest.
Our tools guide you to which AED machine is best for you. If you need any further assistance, contact us via phone or email.
What are Features that Affect the Price of Owning an AED?
Do AEDs have a Maintenance Cost?
Can I Use My Insurance to Buy an AED?
How do I Purchase Large Quantities of Devices?
If making a large purchase online is not something you prefer, give our no-wait sales team a call and we would be happy to assist you. They will ask simple questions such as where you are located, how many people your venue holds and if you are tax-exempt.
Our team is standing by and ready to help you select the best AED device that fits your needs.
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The information posted on our website is not intended as legal advice and may contain inaccurate or incomplete information. We encourage you to contact your state representative should you require more information.
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