Vigilant 125dB Wearable Personal Alarm Pendant Life Emergency Panic Alert with Red Flashing Locator Light and Tear Away Neck Lanyard (PPS-20BL) — Give the Vigilant security gift that might save a life.

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Type 2 diabetes puts those diagnosed at risk for anemia, or a deficiency of red blood cells. To make red blood cells the body needs a hormone called erythropoietin, which is produced in the kidneys. When high blood sugar levels damage the kidneys, they become unable to produce enough erythropoietin, and a low red blood cell count results. Not all Type 2 diabetics, however, become anemic and a team of scientists at University College of Medicine, Taoyuan, Taiwan, carried out research to learn why.

The PPS20BL is a emergency alert alarm that features a 125dB big button activated emergency alarm. The design is a result of customer suggestions for an alternative to high cost life saving alert systems that require monthly monitoring fees. The rugged, neck worn alarm is great for sports and outdoor use, as a walking jogging or biking companion, or as an emergency alert for senior citizens or patients of any age.

Pushing the large red button generates an attention getting, high pitched alarm for up to 30 minutes. A second push of the same button shuts it off. It has a red flashing emergency locator light, aimed at providing short range directional location for the alarm in the event that the alarm is activated in a low light area, automatically activating when the alarm is triggered. Visibility range of the light is approximately 20 yards at 1 lux brightness (near pitch black conditions), intended to aid the alarm with a visual indicator at short distances. The PPS-20BL ships preloaded with 3 LR44 watch batteries, which are user replaceable. No subscriptions, no activation fees, no contracts. Its an emergency lifeline without the fees!

Vigilant Personal Protection Systems, by Vigilant PPS, Inc.

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