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Phone Guardian 100 was £99.99 now £69.99

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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
I'm sure that this is a subject close to many of our hearts who have elderley or disabled relatives.

Boots are exclusivley selling the Phone Guardian 100. Basically it is a phone that is designed for elderley or disabled people that live on their own.




Phone Guardian 100 is ideal for the elderly, this unique phone combines an easy to use phone with an emergency alert feature and can put your mind at rest whether the phone is for you or someone else.

Features include: Personal wireless alarm pendant that automatically calls 3 emergency numbers * Range of the pendant: approx 30m in side and 50m outside * Automatic speakerphone turns on automatically when the alarm pendant is activated * Large buttons with voice confirmation * Extra loud ringer with volume control * Caller ID * Large bright flashing new call indicator * Large Screen * 3 one touch memories * 30 phone numbers can be stored in the phone book with associated names * Desk top or wall mountable * AC adaptor included * Hearing Loop * Battery operation in case of mains power failure * Batteries included

This product has a guarantee of 1 year. This does not affect your statutory rights.

So this means if someone has an accident ie a fall and can't get up they press the pendant which is worn around the neck and it will automatically ring the numbers stored in the phone. If the phone gets a busy tone or answerphone it will ring the next number and then the next until someone answers it. If they can't talk then a you will hear a recorded message saying that this person needs help.

I think it's £69.99 well spent.
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2 Likes #1
I don't understand why people vote cold and don't leave reasons why? This is a subject close to my heart as my job I do sometimes involves having to force entry to peoples houses who haven't been seen for awhile. It breaks my heart when I'm confronted by an elderley person who has fallen down and has been on the floor for a few days, sometimes the outcome being the worse.

No offence but I think this subject is more important than getting free cinema tickets. :?
#2
http://www.boots.com/images/product/1080378/ehero.jpg


Seems a good price for this kind of product, I used to use a B.T for an elderly relative.
#3
its a great idea voted hot!
#4
Me voted it HOT.

If this was cordless I'd like it even more!
#5
Looks useful, and I have a relative who can use this. Does anyone know how it copes with voicemail, as these days not getting an answer is quite rare as you'll get put through to voice instead. That means it would leave a recorded message on the first answerphone it gets through to, unless it's got some scheme up its sleeve?
#6
tarcus
Looks useful, and I have a relative who can use this. Does anyone know how it copes with voicemail, as these days not getting an answer is quite rare as you'll get put through to voice instead. That means it would leave a recorded message on the first answerphone it gets through to, unless it's got some scheme up its sleeve?

Just to answer your question about the voice message query, the recipient must press 0 when accepting the call from this phone. If this doesn't happen then the phone will ring the next number and so on until somone answers and presses 0.

There is a link to This morning on ITV which explains in more detail, as I saw this on there and thought it was a great idea!

The link is http://www.itv-thismorning.co.uk/HealthArticle.aspx?fid=1947&tid=2 :-D
#7
mickeyb1ue
Just to answer your question about the voice message query, the recipient must press 0 when accepting the call from this phone. If this doesn't happen then the phone will ring the next number and so on until somone answers and presses 0.


Marvellous, I reckon I'll go for one of these. Thanks for the extra info.
1 Like #8
OMG genius!!
1 Like #9
I used to work in the blue lights and fast driving department of the Emergency Services and agree that this is a great piece of kit and for those (like me) who have elderly relatives living some distance away from us, the peace of mind that this device will provide is worth many times the cost of the purchase.

Deservedly voted hot and have some rep Mickey for spotting this one.
#10
Voted Hot and rep left, this is a good item at a good price.
Nice find well done
#11
70 quid but a penny well spent. Cant put a price on peace of mind AND safety!!

Very good!!!! :thumbsup:
#12
Out of stock now. Good find.
#13
Mum been unwell recently, ideal for peace of mind. Hopefully bagged one before they went out of stock! Used a code to drop price to £62. ++:-D :)
Thanks again
#14
:thumbsup: I also have a relative who coud use this....

but I know they won't :thinking:


because they don't think they are at risk and are fiercly independent (87 and very frail).

It is a great deal, would love to buy it but..
#15
wonder if the 10% voucher works??

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/22649/10-off-purchases-at-boots-if-paying

Fantastic product!! can you buy the extra kneck buttons??
1 Like #16
HI all be carefull with these products as they are not as good as the companies make out unless you are linked to a control centre who can monitor the calls. If you are worried about elderley relatives contact your local authority who will more than likely have an alarm response service. They will supply and install the units for you and for a nominal weekly charge will monitor the calls and send response staff to deal with the situation.

In newcastle we have one of the best services in the country, they will supply and fit a telephone alarm unit and monitor the calls, they have staff who respond to alarm calls 24 hours a day 365 days a year and work closley with the ambulance service and the Fire and Rescue service. You can also have access to other pieces of equipment that can link to the alarm telephone. Smoke detectors, Carbonmonoxide detectors, Heat detectors & gas detectors. You can also add Pill dispensers, Falls detectors, PIR detectors and even a bed sensor which will switch the light on automaticaly when a person get up out of bed at night. All the sensors are linked to the control room and activate an alarm if the pre set alarm times are breached.

Please be carefull with these DIY versions and check your local authority website first. You can even get supporting people funding for the units so it may be that your relative will get the alarm free if they meet the criterea.

Hope this help and check the link out for forther information.

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccas

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccasmobilewardenfaq

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccasmobilewarden

http://www.tynetec.co.uk/html/altec_devices.html

http://www.tynetec.co.uk/html/dispersed_alarms.html

http://www.asap-uk.org/Templates/Internal.asp?NodeID=42291


Hope this helps and you may qualify for the service free why not give them a ring
#17
Excellent info thanx
#18
Just ordered this Phone Guardian 100 for my 84yr old mum sounds just what she needs, peace of mind and help at the push of a button in case of emergency. I have ordered it from [url]www.m2cshop.com[/url] for £65.99 and free delivery I think that's a good price as it's £99.99 in Boots.
It would make a good Xmas present for an elderly relative:santa:
#19
DJGOLARGE
HI all be carefull with these products as they are not as good as the companies make out unless you are linked to a control centre who can monitor the calls. If you are worried about elderley relatives contact your local authority who will more than likely have an alarm response service. They will supply and install the units for you and for a nominal weekly charge will monitor the calls and send response staff to deal with the situation.

In newcastle we have one of the best services in the country, they will supply and fit a telephone alarm unit and monitor the calls, they have staff who respond to alarm calls 24 hours a day 365 days a year and work closley with the ambulance service and the Fire and Rescue service. You can also have access to other pieces of equipment that can link to the alarm telephone. Smoke detectors, Carbonmonoxide detectors, Heat detectors & gas detectors. You can also add Pill dispensers, Falls detectors, PIR detectors and even a bed sensor which will switch the light on automaticaly when a person get up out of bed at night. All the sensors are linked to the control room and activate an alarm if the pre set alarm times are breached.

Please be carefull with these DIY versions and check your local authority website first. You can even get supporting people funding for the units so it may be that your relative will get the alarm free if they meet the criterea.

Hope this help and check the link out for forther information.

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccas

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccasmobilewardenfaq

http://www.newcastle.gov.uk/core.nsf/a/yhn_ysccasmobilewarden

http://www.tynetec.co.uk/html/altec_devices.html

http://www.tynetec.co.uk/html/dispersed_alarms.html

http://www.asap-uk.org/Templates/Internal.asp?NodeID=42291


Hope this helps and you may qualify for the service free why not give them a ring


Bought this phone, and it works fine, no problems at all, works just like a control centre one, just that the phone calls the people instead, and saves a lot of money, fully recommend it.
#20
Seems to be out of stock everywhere

but here is expecting stock in early Feb

http://www.m2cshop.com/store/product.php?productid=169

and price appears to be £65.99 shipped - they are still taking orders

hth

EliTom
#21
Just looking at getting something like this - anew product is t Doro 314c which seems to be virtually identical but 10 quid cheaper:

http://www.doro-uk.com/products/viewproduct?g=t&c=184&p=200

anyone have a view on which is best?
#22
Looks like I made the wrong choice - the Doro phone has quite a limited range for the pendant (either that or mine came with a faulty battery).

What sort of range are people getting with the phone guardian please?

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