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The chances of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest drop by 10% for every minute CPR and defibrillation is delayed 1 , 2

Graphics show how to apply the device on both adults and infants.

A perforated label marks the place for easy snap activation.

Audio speaker gives instruction on what to do, every step of the way.

Infant mode button for use on infants weighing less than 10kg.

Length: 19.6 cm Width: 9.3 cm Depth: 1.7 cm Weight: 450 g including protective case

LED indicator with periodic blinking showing the status of the device.

It’s as easy as: Snap Peel Stick


Power device by snapping in half along perforated centre line. This will automatically start the audio instructions guiding you on what to do, every step of the way.


Remove the protective liner under the device by continuing to separate the two halves. This will expose the integrated gel pads and extend the connecting cable.


For adults, place each half of the device on the bare chest (as shown). For infants, place one half on the infant’s chest and the other half on the infant’s back.

Hear the voice prompts in action

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Every day, people go into cardiac arrest OUTSIDE of the hospital. In South Africa, the average time in a big city for an ambulance to reach you is 9 minutes! In smaller towns, this number goes up exponentially. There are only two interventions that can be done in the first few minutes that are proven to save lives:

  1. High quality CPR
  2. Application of AED (Automated external defibrillator)

The first 5 minutes of a cardiac arrest are the MOST important – this means that WE NEED YOU! The bystander, the neighbor, the friend to start CPR and call for help.

For every minute that CPR is not done – the chance of survival decreases.

CPR is easy to learn, CPR is safe (you cannot harm the person more), CPR + AED is life-saving – book a course with one of the accredited training providers below: