Do you have an AED?

An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is a safe and easy-to-use machine which is used to treat Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).

AED Facts

  • Every day SCA kills 12 New Zealanders whose lives could have been saved by an affordable, easy-to-use device.
  • Survival rate is less than 1% using CPR alone.
  • If an AED is applied within 3 minutes, 75% of SCA patients will survive.

SCA can affect anyone of any age, background and fitness level – it does not discriminate, and gives no warning as to when it will strike. We offer a wide range of AED options catering for all purposes from personal to professional use.

Please visit Heartsaver today to read more and purchase.


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Heart Saver AED7000

The Heart Saver AED7000 is a fully automated, portable and robust automated external defibrillator (AED) and is one of the simplest to use AEDs on the market featuring full audio prompts and clear instructions guiding the user through every step of the rescue process.

  • Audio prompts to guide user through rescue process
  • 5 year warranty
  • CE, ISO, TGA approved
  • Pediatric Capable
  • Dimensions: 30.3cm x 21.6cm x 8.9cm
  • Weight: 2.0 kg’s (including battery + accessories)

AEDs are vitally important in saving the life of someone experiencing a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

Performing first aid in an emergency situation is a scary scenario for anyone, but knowing you have an AED on hand to use in such an instance is a massive relief.

Please visit Heartsaver today to read more and purchase.