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This is a fantastic deal on an AED. Every home with older people should have one if they can afford it. The ambulance is NOT good enough, especially if it's not going to get there within 3 minutes or so when brain death starts to occur.
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Do these have a shelf life?
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Do these have a shelf life?
There is a battery inside that can discharge over time. At my workplace they check it every year. But I think usually they last 7 to 10 years.
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FSA eligible?
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Do these have a shelf life?
Warranty covers the product for eight years, and there's no expiration date called out in the instructions as far as I can tell. The pads have expiration dates though (~2 years or so).
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Looks like this was about $100 cheaper last year
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Per Gw99 from previous post "Pulled this from amazon...

Question: What is the difference between Philips HeartStart HOME Debrillator versus Philips HeartStart ONSITE Debibrillator?
Answer: Hi KB!
Both are almost identical in performance, but there are some differences; the "ONSITE" version requires a doctors prescription; has a 4 hour battery life vs 3 hrs for the "Home" unit, but don't let that sway you because it equates to 200 shocks vs 90. The warranty is 8 yrs vs 5 yrs for the Home. Prices are similar. I have the Home version and it is fine with a flashing red light telling you that the unit is self testing and ready for use. It is a comforting device to have, especially in our motor home, where we may be many miles/minutes from a hospital in an emergency, where 10 mins is the max time one may have for a successful resusitation, with chances deteriorating 10%/min! The unit is small, well built, attractive, relatively inexpensive and excellent as an insurance policy! I was a medical specialist in the Military, and my wife is a registered nurse and we both selected this unit after a pretty comprehensive research effort. Buy the HOME unit and you will be happy & well protected! Good luck!"
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Anyone here have Costco membership? What price is it showing for you? Thank you in advance
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Anyone here have Costco membership? What price is it showing for you? Thank you in advance
$1,199.99 @ Costco.
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There is a battery inside that can discharge over time. At my workplace they check it every year. But I think usually they last 7 to 10 years.
The pads on this unit and most AED's have a shelf life as well. usually 10 years
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