AEDs for Sale

Not all AEDs are created equal. Let us help you find the perfect AED for your unique needs. Whether its for a public access defibrillator or a professional use case, we have what we you need. Get started below.

Your Trusted Source for AEDs and Supplies

We’re a small family owned and operated business. Our team is made up of nurses, paramedics, EMTs, firefighters and others that specialize in providing high quality care to patients. Our staff don’t just know the products, they’ve used them on actual patients. With that in mind, we carry only the best and most trusted products that we would use ourselves.

Which AED is best for my needs?

Any AED is better than no AED right? But that doesn’t always mean you want the cheapest or most expensive product. That’s why we put together the categories above. Simply choose the one that fits your need closest and check out the options. If you need further help choosing, please reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!

How much does an AED cost?

AEDs start around $1,200 and go up to around $2,600. Most customers will find the perfect AED for their needs costs around $1,400.

What maintenance is required for an AED? 

Typical AED maintenance includes checking the battery charge and expiration, checking pads for expiration dates, checking the AED for obvious damage, and yes, even checking to make sure no one took the AED.

Does an AED expire?

Sort of. While many don’t have a true expiration date for the unit, you can expect to get about 10 years out of an AED if you service it regularly.

Do AED pads expire?

Yes. Pads expire every few years. It’s critical to check the expiration date on your pads regularly and order new ones in advance of their expiration.

Can I buy just AED pads?

Yes! Simply check your AED to ensure you’re ordering the exact replacement pads and you’ll be good to go.

Are AEDs regulated devices?

Yes. AEDs care considered a Class 3 medical device and are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).