We try give you a comprehensive understanding of what you’re getting into when you compare AEDs. While some AEDs may appear less expensive, the actual cost of ownership may turn out to be quite high when you factor in things such as accessories and replacement parts that expire. What we’ve done in the comparison chart above is lay out all the feature and specifications, and also the total cost of ownership over 8 years.
How to choose the right AED
Keep in mind 2 things. First, this chart does not have every single AED on the market. We hand picked AEDs that we feel are reputable and have great customer service in the event that your AED needed servicing. Second, they all do the same job and they do it well…..detect a shockable rhythm and deliver the appropriate shock dosage. All the features you see listed are the bells and whistles, and depending on the environment and people using the AED, you may not need all those bells and whistles. More expensive does not always mean better.
AEDs are literally changing our world by increasing survival rates. We think every business and organization with moderate to high foot traffic should have one. However, as you can see, there are a lot of options. That’s why Prime Medical Training offers free consultation. We want to make sure you get the best fit and don’t overpay for something you don’t need.
Also, don’t forget about AED Program Management. Every state has governing regulations for people who own an AED. Not knowing or following these regulations can put you and your organization at risk in the event you had to use your AED. Our AED Program Management software makes sure that all the bases are covered, and we help you stay on top of the required unit checks and parts replacements.
Contact us today for your free consultation and to learn more about our AED Program Management.