Belle Mobile Medical Alert System | Liferun, LLC.

Belle Medical Alert

 

The belle mobile medical alert system expands your horizons by enabling you to press our emergency button to get help at home and away as long as you are anywhere in the US and have cellular coverage. 

 

When you choose a 4G LTE Belle medical alert necklace, you have a mobile unit that uses cellular coverage from AT&T, Verizon, and Google and Wifi locators to track you wherever you may be.

The great thing about having the Belle alert system as your panic button alarm is that it does not require any phone line or base station setup. All you need to do is to make sure to carry it around. When you press the emergency button, the location assistance feature will track you wherever you are. This will make it easy to dispatch help where and when you need it. 

It is intelligently built for long-lasting use to serve you for many years to come. A fully charged battery can last up to 30 days. You only need to charge it for two (2) to three (3) hours, and you’ll be good to go. Plus, you will be reminded to check and charge your device after 30 days of use. Not to mention it is shower safe, so water-related mishaps are not a big deal when you have a Belle mobile medical alert system. 

Why go for the Belle mobile medical alert system?

This medical alert system for seniors is incredibly handy. If you want to be safe and protected anywhere and anytime, the Belle On the GO will be your best option. It delivers a wide-range service that you will forever be thankful for. Its far-reaching feature makes it one of the most valuable innovations for elderly care. 

$39.95 per month
WITH MONTHLY PLAN

 A Belle medical alert pendant
  • An annual investment of $479.40
  • 3 month payment at initiation, then recurring monthly
  • Free Cancellations at any time

$3295 month WITH ANNUAL PLAN

 A Belle medical alert pendant
  • An annual investment of $395.40
  • 2 months of savings compared to Monthly!
  • Free Shipping & Cancellations

$36.95 per month
WITH QUARTERLY PLAN

 A Belle medical alert pendant
  • An annual investment of $443.40
  • 4 payments of $110.85 recurring every 3 months
  • Free Shipping & Cancellations

“Simple, reliable, and convenient, the Belle medical alert system is not just a device. It is a reliable commodity.”

How to charge your Belle alert system

IMPORTANT: Fully charge Belle® before first use.

Plug it in the charging cradle and place the Belle alert system into the cradle, as shown in the picture. Remember that the typical charging time is only 2-3 hours. 

When the device is not in the charging cradle, know that it is normal for the light around the call button on Belle to be off. 

You can check the battery level at any time by pressing the battery level indicator button on the side of the device. The device will either say “Battery OK” or “Battery low. Please charge.”

NOTE: Belle’s rechargeable battery lasts up to 30 days per charge. Only charge as needed. Wear your emergency button as often as possible to be protected.

A Belle Medical Alert charging
An infographic of a Belle Medical Alert

Red battery light at the top of the call button

While charging, the red battery light will flash every 5 seconds until the device is fully charged. Once fully charged, the red battery light will be solid.

Blue call light around call button

During an SOS call, the blue call light will be solid. The blue call light will flash every 5 seconds while charging and for a short time after a call ends.

How to call for help

1. Press and hold the call button until the light around the call button on Belle® turns blue.

2. After a short delay, you will hear a voice message and then tones or ringing.

3. The specialist will answer the call.

4. The specialist can send emergency personnel or loved ones to help you.

 Testing your Belle pendant

We recommend that you test the Belle medical alert weekly.

1. To test, press and hold the call button until the light around the call button on Belle turns blue.

2. After a short delay, you will hear a voice message and then tones or ringing.

3. The specialist will answer the call.

4. Tell the specialist you are testing. If your Belle does not test properly, please contact your dealer immediately.

Removing the necklace from the Belle unit

1. Remove the lanyard by pressing the small tab upward to release the clip.

Disconnecting the necklace of the Belle unit

2. Pull the lanyard and clip away from the Belle® devise.

Replacing the necklace of the Belle unit

3. Press the clip on the back of the belt clip into the slot on the back of Belle until it clicks.

Note: You can charge Belle in its cradle with the belt clip attached.

Hand cleaning a Belle Medical Alert
Cleaning your Belle pendant

We recommend that you clean Belle weekly to ensure proper charging.

Take a soft cloth, such as an eyeglass cleaning cloth, gently rub the gold contacts on the device, and charge cradle to remove dirt, oil, and debris.

To remove debris, you can also spray household cleaner onto the cleaning cloth (though do not spray directly onto the device or cradle).

Belle medical alert pendant considerations
Coverage:

This product requires that there be adequate cellular coverage to work properly. It is essential to test the device to know if it works in your area. Remember that your environmental and topographical conditions may also affect your coverage. If you experience coverage issues, be sure to contact your dealer immediately. 

Charging:

Your Belle medical alert comes with a chargeable battery that may last up to 30 days per charge. It is best to wear your device at all times and only charge when necessary. Note: failure to follow the proper charging procedures may give you unsatisfactory results since it will cause the device not to function correctly.

Water-Resistant:

Belle® is IP67 water-resistant. However, it would help if you kept in mind that Belle should not be submerged. It should be towel-dried after exposure to water to keep it in its best condition. 

Pacemakers:

Individuals with pacemakers should consult their physician and review their pacemaker materials regarding interaction with cell phones and take the same precautions the materials recommend for this device.

Pacemakers:

Individuals with pacemakers should consult their physician and review their pacemaker materials regarding interaction with cell phones and take the same precautions the materials recommend for this device.

Location-Based Services:

Some of the Equipment uses technology to permit third parties, including the Monitoring Center, to determine where you are physically located at any given time (the “Location-Based Services”). Location-Based Services may work even if you are not in communication with the Monitoring Center. The accuracy of the Location-Based Services is limited. The Company, the Operators, the Monitoring Center, the Responders, or others may not be able to identify your location or the location of the Equipment precisely or at all. You authorize the Company to collect location-based information. 

 Liferun assures your information is safe. We will only share your location-based information with the Operators, the Monitoring Center, the Responders, any person or entity that in the Company and/or the Company’s interest in and to the Monitoring Services, or any other person or entity you specifically designate and only to provide and improve the Monitoring Services.

Any and all location-based information is made available for informational and planning purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon in situations where precise location information is needed or where erroneous, inaccurate, time-delayed, or incomplete location or map data may lead to death, personal injury, or property or environmental damage. You agree that location-based information may vary from actual location(s), road, or terrain conditions due to factors that can affect the accuracy of the map data, such as but not limited to weather, road, and traffic conditions, geopolitical events, and condition or status of your cellular phone or cellular services. We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any location-based information.