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5802WXT Wireless Panic Pendants

The panic pendants are sleek compact devices that can be worn as a pendant, on a wristband, as a belt clip or on a keychain. With the press of a button, end users can summon police, fire or medical response personnel to the premises in the event of an emergency. An LED flashes when transmission is successfully sent, ensuring the user that the device is operating. The gadget is water-resistant, and one- and two-button versions are available.

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