CPR Call Blocker was born out of a needed solution to block Personal Harassment Calls that sister company CPR Global was unable to solve for its customers, and so CPR Call Blocker came to life. Proving a simple, low cost, effective blocking solution has always been at the forefront of its creation.
CPR Call Blocker now helps homeowners and businesses solve their nuisance calls problems in over twelve countries worldwide including the UK, Europe, USA, & Australia.
They are constantly looking at new ways that CPR Call Blocker can provide assistance to stopping the ever-growing problem of nuisance calls, this includes product updates being released every six months to ensure that CPR Call Blocker is always one step ahead in blocking the newest types of nuisance calls.
CPR Call Blocker V5000
Nuisance calls can be inconvenient, annoying and even disturbing. The V5000 Call Blocker unit is a simple to use and effective way to control their frequency. It comes with a pre-programmed list of 5,000 nuisance calls and will block a further 1,500 of your choice.
The CPR V5000 features a three-inch caller display screen but best of all is the immediate satisfaction gained when you hit the large red ‘Block Now’ button, instantly adding another nuisance to the blocked list.
Guardian GPS Tracking Safety Watch
The balance between safety and independence of vulnerable people, such as those with dementia can be difﬁcult to achieve. The Guardian watch is a discreet and effective solution.
The watch uses GPS location technology and can be programmed to raise an alert when the user leaves a speciﬁ c area – and to advise when they have reached their programmed destination – all of which is monitored via a free app (iOS and Android).
An easy to use SOS duress button can be activated should the user become disorientated or overwhelmed and the watch includes a voice communication feature enabling them to speak directly with a family member or carer etc.
The watch arrives pre-ﬁtted with a Chameleon SIM (worth £14.99) with £3 credit.
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