The SureSafe Alarms iSOS is a simple personal alarm designed to allow the elderly/infirm to maintain independent living – safer and for longer.
With no monthly fees or contracts, the user simply presses the alarm pendant/wristwatch button and the alarm will call up to 5 numbers and send an emergency text message to up to 5 mobile numbers.
Not fooled by voicemail or no answer, the alarm continuously calls until acknowledged by a real human.
The alarm comes with a waterproof pendant that has a range of up to 80m (typically between 20m – 40m in an average home). It can also be worn as a wristwatch.
The SureSafe iSOS uses a mobile phone SIM card and does not require a landline telephone. Can be taken ANYWHERE and it will work – you only need mobile phone signal. It can use most pay-as-you-go and contract mobile phone SIM cards (not the 3 network though). £10 credit should last many months. SIM card not provided.
Alarm has a built-in battery back-up on case of power outage.
It has one way communication once an emergency call is connected (emergency respondent can listen in). Optional speaker can be purchased for full 2-way communication.
False alarms can be cancelled by pressing the SOS button on the main unit or the call recipient entering 2# on their keypad when answering.
A warning message is sent to the emergency contacts in the event of mains power failure.
Easy to program via text message or using any telephone. Simple ‘plain English’ quick-start instructions included.
Small, discreet & stylish design 120mm x 90mm x 25mm.
1 x SureSafe iSOS Alarm Unit
1 x Panic Button Pendant (can be worn as a wristwatch)
1 x 240V AC to 12 V DC Power Supply
1 x User Manual & Quick-Start Guide
NOTE: The SureSafe iSOS takes a standard SIM card size – either pay-as-you-go or a basic contract.
While other mobile phone carriers will work, customer feedback is that you may find it easier if you choose a mobile phone company that allows online checking of the SIM card balance if you are using a PAYG plan, such as Vodafone:
Please be sure to check that the mobile phone carrier you use has good signal in your area.