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4 Small and Reliable Defibrillators that can Discretely fit in a Home Office

Defibrillators for Home Use

If you are interested in investing in a defibrillator then these are the 4 options you should be bearing in mind. All are small enough to fit in a home office, so can be within hands reach should you ever need it.

Philips H71003 HeartStart with HS1 Adult Smart Defibrillator Pads Cartridge

This product was recommended by Jeremy Owens from Seriously Smoked

This Philips defibrillator has a unique pad cartridge that allows quick replacement of used or expired pads. Its unique design allows the replacement of pads by quickly snapping the cartridge to the device and ensuring that users can use the tool immediately during emergencies.

Philips HeartStart Home AED Defibrillator

This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero

HeartStart Home AED Defibrillator, pre-installed battery, pre-installed adult SMART pads cartridge, and training DVD

Philips Heartstart HS1 Semi-Automatic Defibrillator with Carry Case

This product was recommended by Giuseppe Aragona from Prescription Doctor

It’s compact so easy to store without taking up too much space in always full offices. Instructions are simple and well laid out, which is exactly what you need from a defib, as it will be used in a stressful situation when the last thing you want to be worrying about is trying to understand the instructions. Not cheap, but you don’t want to cut costs on such a vital piece of equipment. The price actually gives that extra piece of mind.

Zoll H40017 AED Plus Semi-Automatic Defibrillator

This product was recommended by Jeremy Harrison from Hustle Life

This product comes with real-time CPR feedback, which guides you every step of the way. This is important because a shock alone may be ineffective. It’s semi-automatic so that you can be sure that everyone is clear before you apply a shock.

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