Choice Magazine recommends MindMe Pro

Choice Magazine recommends MindMe Pro

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In January 2017, Choice Magazine selected the MindMe Pro 3G as one of several self-managed personal alarms to test and review. As a result, the MindMe Pro was given Choice Magazines “Recommended” status.

The criteria used by Choice Magazine to test & review the devices were to check the current market figures to see what’s selling well. Choice also include models that have been requested by members, if enough members request it!

Independently, Choice purchased a MindMe Pro 3G, using member’s funds to ensure they “get what you’d get” and to ensure they would get the same results as any other person purchasing the device.

Choice undertook several extensive journeys to test the devices, including mobile network reception, GPS effectiveness and battery life. The tests were conducted in area’s including a shopping centre, a house and a black spot area.

Choice checked for a good user guide, telephone and email support. Other features tested were the ease of sending an SOS alert, recharging, user buttons and the overall look and feel of the device.

MindMe Pro 3G was the only device of its type to pass ALL the criteria tested including, ease of use, voice call, reception and tracking and geo fencing (virtual boundary).

Here at MindMe we are very proud of the independent testing of the MindMe Pro 3G and most of all to be “Recommended” by Australia’s leading not for profit consumer organisation.

About Choice Magazine (source: Wikipedia)

Choice is an Australian not for profit consumer organisation, previously known as the Australasian Consumers’ Association. It is a non-partisan organisation that was founded in 1959 which researches and campaigns on behalf of Australian consumers.

The aim of the organisation is to provide up-to-date information across a wide range of consumer issues that allows individuals to make informed consumer decisions.

Choice buys all the products it tests on the open market and does not accept advertising. Its income is derived from subscriptions and from the sale of its publications and products. It does not receive ongoing funding from commercial, government or other organisations.

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