ADT, On-the-Go Emergency Response System: Review
Product name: On-the-Go Emergency Response System
Manufacturer / Distributor: ADT
Compilation: Sept. 2015. Updated Q4 2018.
This page contains our ADT On-the-Go Emergency Response System review.
Analyst Summary: ADT On-the-Go Emergency Response System
Mobile alert system that requires you to take both the "mobile base station" and the wearable (pendant) with you when you go. This one does not have an additional base station for home, and thus has a quite limited range from the mobile base station to you and your pendant. Voice communication is through the base station. Optional fall detection pendant.
This is a rebranded version of the MobileHelp Solo.
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