SureSafe is a leading provider of mobile alarms in the UK

This includes options for alarms that:​

Rated 4.8 out of 5 on Reviews.io

Connect to SureSafe's UK-based 24/7 response centre

Have automatic fall detection, calling for help when the user is immobile

Are Fully mobile alarms, for use at home and 'out and about'

Allow you to talk to the alarm wearer directly through the pendant

SureSafeGO - Fully Mobile GPS Personal Alarm with Fall Detection

Features & Benefits

Fully Mobile – Use at home and whilst out and about for full protection

Automatic Fall Detection so the SOS button is activated automatically if the user is to fall

One-touch Personal Alarms meaning the SOS alarm is only a touch away

Two-way communication directly through the pendant

Links to a Trained Response Centre Operator with the Touch of a Button

Around the Clock Monitoring to make sure all is well

Tried & Trusted. Best-selling mobile alarm in the UK, tens of thousands sold.

How to use the SureSafeGO

Watch the video to discover how to use the SureSafeGO 24/7 monitored alarm and more of its great features.

Reviewed by Age Space's very own Jimmy

“It’s a very impressive bit of kit. I definitely felt safer – as did my family in the knowledge that should I be out and about on my own and have a fall, that I can call for help immediately.”

A Leading UK Provider

SureSafe is a leading UK personal alarm provider. Their goal is to keep older people independent and living fuller lives in their own homes for longer.

With Quality Service

SureSafe has built a reputation of quality products and services, at an affordable price. With tens of thousands of older people trusting SureSafe to keep them safe, you can feel confident that you are in good hands.

Also from SureSafe: SureSafe 24/7 Connect

SureSafe 24/7 Connect is a leading in-home monitored alarm service that provides peace of mind and safety. 

Top Features

One-touch Personal Alarms meaning the SOS alarm is only a touch away

Links to a Trained Response Centre Operator with the Touch of a Button

Available as Wristband or Pendant

Rated Excellent with 4.8/5 Stars on reviews.io

Outstanding! This is the kind of company that all businesses should strive to imitate. Their customer service and products are excellent and the peace of mind provided cannot be measured. I would have no hesitation in recommending them to anybody.

Anne-Marie, Reading

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