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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why do I need to keep buying new batteries?
The battery units should be replaced every 5 years if kept on standby only, or depending on usage this could be earlier.
If you’re finding that you’re constantly having to replace your batteries – there could be an internal error. Get in touch with
Why don't all defibrillators take regular batteries?
There are some defibrillators on the market which do take domestic batteries.
This depends entirely on the manufacturer & in most cases they decide to use battery packs for user ease.
Should I have training?
As with all life saving equipment, we thoroughly recommend that you receive training.
Some manufacturers state that the equipment will tell users what to do in cases of emergency – we will recommend familiarisation sessions as a bare minimum so users know exactly what to do if an emergency strikes.
Which defibrillator is right for me?
This depends on your requirements.
We believe that you should look into the different kind of defibrillators on the market & decide which is best for you. We recommend as with the Resus Council Guidelines (2015) that the defibrillator can charge & shock within 10 seconds. Reducing time “off the chest” during CPR.