AEDs for on the road

Emergencies can happen everywhere in the most unexpected moments, even when you are on the road. In the case of a cardiac arrest while on the road, an Automated External Defibrillator is the most valuable device you can have with you. 

Below you can find the most suitable defibrillators for on-the-go situations. Portable AEDs, your heart's guardian anytime, anywhere!

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  1. CU Medical SPR AED Semi-automatic
    €1.195,00 €1.469,85
    Fast delivery, 2 to 4 weeks Provided the product is in stock with our supplier. We aim to deliver this product as quickly as possible and will keep you updated about the expected delivery date for your order.
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Portable AEDs for a faster emergency response

One of the greatest advantages of having a AED in the trunk of your car or in your bag, is the ability to respond to a cardiac arrest as quick as possible. With a portable AED at your disposal you can feel safe anywhere you go. Most cases of cardiac arrest occur outside a hospital setting. Research has shown that using an AED within 6 minutes of a cardiac arrest significantly increases the chances of survival. A portable AED ensures that you can provide assistance within the crucial 6 minutes before emergency services arrive.

Suitable AEDs for on the road

We recommend choosing a compact, lightweight, and easily portable AED to take with you. Opt for an AED that takes up minimal space in your bag, trunk or suitcase. Suitable AEDs for on-the-go include the DefiSign Pocket Plus and Philips HeartStart HS1.

Things to consider with a portable AED

When you want to take your AED on the road, there are some important points to consider, such as:

  • Protect the AED well: Ensure that you store the defibrillator in a sturdy, protective case to prevent damage. Various carrying bags and cases (hyperlink: are available to protect the AED during transport. 
  • Regularly check the battery and electrodes of your AED: An AED operates on batteries, and the electrodes have limited shelf life. Regularly check the battery status of the defibrillator and the expiration date of the electrodes. Replace them if necessary to ensure that the device is always ready for use.
  • Storing temperature: it's important to store the AED at the right temperature. If it’s freezing outside it is recommended to store the defibrillator in a warmer place.

Ultimately, purchasing a portable AED is not just acquiring a device; it's an investment in preparedness and the potential to save lives. Whether for personal use, in a community setting, or within an organization, having a portable defibrillator on hand is a proactive measure towards a safer and more secure environment.

Should you have any inquiries regarding portable defibrillators for use on the go, feel free to contact us.