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From: firstname.lastname@example.org ("Bored With the Bitch")
Subject: My dad had a stroke. Need something so he can call for help.
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 03:22:27 GMT
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I need to pick your brains about available gadets. My Dad just got
home this evening from spending the last 5 days in the hospital
recovering from a stroke. When it struck, he had been calling for
several seconds before I heard him and got to his room. So what I am
wondering is, do you know of any device that can be worn around the
wrist that will send a signal to another wristband? What we're after is
a simple one-touch gadet that will alert me he needs help, something
that will signal me within about 50 yards or so. It should be audible
even outside, and preferably it could vibrate since the rare times I
listen to music I like headphones. I haven't started searching anywhere
for it since he just OK'd the idea this evening, so please don't assume
I'm familiar with anything yet.
Thanks for anything you can suggest.
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