AED semi/fully auto Defib

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  1. Geo

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    AED Defibrilater
    Any one know
    Where to get a good one at a good price:thumbup:
     
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    Have a look at these http://boundtree.co.uk/ I had a few small pieces of equipment from them when I was working. They will send you a catalogue if you want one.

    John
     
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    Another thing to consider are the on going costs, replacement pads, service contract etc.

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    Is this for when customers get the bill?:Laughing:
     
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    The charity I am chairman of has purchased 11 Cardiac Science AED's and paid less than anything I see advertised and ours were direct from the maker, we carry one in the Moho at all times, you would need to take a CPR & Defib training session usually about 2.5 - 3 hours long, I did our deal and after research found that Cardiac Science G3 AED's were about the best and are widely used by the NHS, anything under £1k would be a good price.
     
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    We have them at work (NHS) I will see what make and model when I get in today but I do know the batteries are about £200 a pop every time they need replacing which is about every 2 years.
     
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