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How much does a defibrillator cost?

How much does a defibrillator cost?

Using an automatic external defibrillator (AED) can increase survival rates in cardiac arrest situations by up to five times. Essentially, the sooner someone receives defibrillation, the greater their chance of survival.

A defibrillator is a live-saving device that can be used to treat sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) – a condition in which the heart stops unexpectedly. So, are all defibrillators the same? How much does a defibrillator cost?

Defibrillators vary in cost, depending on the features you’re looking for. Defibrillators used by medical teams, hospitals and paramedics are top of the range devices, so it makes sense that they’re more expensive. For the public, all you need is a simple, effective and inexpensive AED to save a life in an emergency situation.


Defibs Online

Defibs Online are a team of Australian clinicians and defibrillator experts who have experience using AEDs on SCA patients. We’ve carefully selected the very best defibrillation technology on the market so you can be assured of high quality defibs at great prices.

The BeneHeart C1A is our least expensive AED, at $1,695. For rescuers who lack resuscitation experience and need detailed guidance, the BeneHeart C1A is the perfect solution. It provides simple prompts and targeted intelligent rescue navigation throughout the entire resuscitation process. The BeneHeart C2 is a step up from the C1A, at $2,450 and has a seven-inch screen to guide you through the entire resuscitation process.

When thinking about how much to spend on a defibrillator, it all depends on your needs and budget. At $3,199, The ZOLL AED 3™ guides you through the process of performing high-quality CPR using Real CPR Help® technology. The innovative, intuitive design and enhanced features of the ZOLL AED 3 will give unexpected heroes both the confidence and the knowledge needed to treat SCA. 


What’s the difference?

Is it worth paying more for an AED? Well, defibrillators come with varying degrees of protection from dust and damage – from basic to military grade. If you’re installing one at a sporting centre, for example, it might be a good idea to invest in something with a little more protection than an AED for home use.

 Whereas some defibrillators provide additional features such as an LCD screen and real-time feedback, every defibrillator will provide you with clear instructions.

Are there any other costs?

Defibrillators are inexpensive to buy and easy to maintain. Pads and batteries will need to be replaced – either when they expire or when the pads have been used for a cardiac arrest rescue but, again, these are inexpensive and easy to find.

One of the best things about buying an AED defibrillator is that you don’t have to spend money on education and training to use them. Even people who have never operated an AED before can easily use a defibrillator and save a life in an emergency.

As trusted suppliers of defibs in Australia, we are passionate about helping more people survive cardiac arrest by getting more AEDs out into the community. Our team have selected the best technology on the market and are always happy to provide advice and support.

Contact us today to find the AED defibrillator for your needs.