Defibtech Defibrillators

Defibtech is an automatic external defibrillator manufacturer known for its Lifeline AEDs. Defibtech is originally an American company that operates worldwide through importers. With over 450,000 defibrillators sold, it can be said that they are one of the best-selling brands. Additionally, they have won two design awards, an export award, and an innovation award. Explore our range, including Defibtech Automated External Defibrillators, a Defibtech trainer, Defibtech batteries and Defibtech defibrillator pads. Selecting a Defibtech defibrillator means choosing a device with straightforward operation, an extended standby period, and a 10-year warranty.

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  1. Defibtech Lifeline View
    £1,335.99 £1,603.19
    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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Advantages of a Defibtech Lifeline defibrillator

The Defibtech AEDs have proven themselves many times and are extremely user-friendly. Crafted for ease of use, Lifeline defibrillators feature a seamlessly integrated design and a rubber trim, enhancing the device's portability. The Lifeline 'second generation' is suitable for inexperienced users. The robust Defibtech defibrillators are widely used in community projects, community centres or sports clubs. 
When every second counts, you want to be able to use the defibrillator quickly and confidently. Defibtech Lifeline defibrillators have electrodes easily accessible at the back. Opening flaps or sliders is not necessary. The device is splash-resistant and dustproof (IP54). In addition, this defibrillator passes a drop test from a meter high. 

Buy the Defibtech defibrillator you need

Defibtech has three models of Lifeline defibrillators on the market: the Defibtech Lifeline Semi-Automatic, the Defibtech Lifeline Fully Automatic, and the Defibtech Lifeline View with an LCD screen (providing extra guidance for the rescuer). 

The main difference between a semi-automatic and fully automatic defibrillator is the moment when the shock is administered to the victim. With the fully automatic, this happens automatically, while with the semi-automatic, the operator must press the button. Regardless of your choice, we always recommend taking a course so that you know how to use the defibrillator in the event of a cardiac arrest.

For your Defibtech Lifeline defibrillator, Medisol offers Defibtech batteries and Defibtech electrodes. On our page listing all defibrillators, you can see all devices to compare them.