What is the Difference Between PAX and Kelsi Medical Alerts?
Posted on January 26, 2016
at Alert1, we are in the
business of saving lives. We offer medical alert systems with comprehensive
safety features. You may be familiar with some, like 24/7 protection, unlimited
talk time and button pushes, and the 2-way communication with our Command
Center. But if you’re looking for a mobile medical alert, which should you
choose, PAX or Kelsi?
think it is important for you to know what each product does. That way you
can pick an alert system that
best fits your needs. Let’s compare our most popular and advanced mobile
medical alert systems so you can choose what’s right for you.
What is Kelsi Mobile Medical Alert System?
The Kelsi mobile medical alert system is a small square pendant that uses 911 tracking technology
to locate you during an emergency. This medical alert system is popular among
our members because it is a pocket-sized guardian. Alert1 members have
protection anywhere they go with this system and are just a button push away
from getting help. We support independent seniors who are still working on
Go Anywhere with 911 GPS Techonology
Active seniors appreciate the Kelsi
because of its long battery life and unlimited
range. The Kelsi pendant holds its charge
for up to one month. Seniors that are on-the-go or are forgetful don’t need to
worry about it charging every day and will still be protected.
When the button is pressed and you need
help, we will send your personalized responders directly to their location. The
Kelsi mobile medical alert uses 911 location technology and cell towers to find
you. Whether you are at home or on the go, we will get you help fast.
How to Wear Your Kelsi Pendant
The Kelsi can be put in your pocket,
worn around your neck, or put on your phone/keys as an accessory. Our members
because of how compact it is. It can also be worn in the shower, one of the
most dangerous parts of the home - it is 100% shower safe!
What is PAX Mobile Fall Detection System?
PAX mobile fall detection is an all-in-one
medical alert system. Like all of our medical alerts, the pendant features 24/7
protection and unlimited button pushes and talk time. But the PAX pendant is
the most advanced system we offer. PAX has fall detection sensors that automatically call
for help and GPS system technology for on-the-go protection. You deserve the peace of
mind that you will be helped in an emergency, even if you can’t press the
Fall Detection and GPS Technology
PAX mobile fall detection system has advanced sensors that detect falls. This means if you were wearing the
PAX system and fell, the pendant would detect the fall and
automatically send out a call to one of our US-based Command Centers. A reassuring CSAA Certified Operator would
come on the line to speak with you directly through the pendant. After
assessing the situation, the operator will contact your family, friends, or
also has GPS technology embedded in the
pendant. This technology is helpful if you are unable to communicate
where you are. We can pinpoint your location and immediately send you help.
How to Wear Your PAX
You can wear the PAX mobile fall detection
pendant either as a necklace or on the hip. PAX comes with a lanyard and belt
clip. The new option of wearing the pendant on the waist is very comfortable. Plus,
it is easy to switch back and forth; from a necklace to a pager look-a-like.
Be on-the-go with Kelsi and PAX
PAX mobile fall detection and Kelsi
mobile medical alert pendants are among the most reliable and comfortable
medical alert systems on the market. Their features make life easy for Alert1
members. Whichever medical alert system you choose, you and your loved ones
will have peace of mind.
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