A standard Lifeline Alarm is made up of two parts: an alarm base unit and a pendant button. These two components work together to provide a life-saving service. Here's how it works:
The alarm base unit is a sleek, grey box that resembles an internet modem. The top of the unit features three buttons, which are most commonly used for testing the alarm.
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The standard Lifeline Alarm comes with a red MyAmie pendant button. This pendant is small and discreet, comfortable enough to wear all day long. Users can choose to wear it on a wrist strap or neck cord; both attachments are provided.
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Order your Lifeline Alarm on our website or over the phone and receive free next-day delivery.
Connect the alarm to the power & telephone socket before pressing the red button to test.
Our UK-based Response Team will answer your test call and make sure everything is working perfectly.
Your Lifeline Alarm is ready to use. If you need help, day or night, simply press your pendant.