Emergency Response —Reimagined

Emergency Response
—Reimagined

Say "good-bye" to compromise

Get Lively — featuring a stylish safety watch that keeps you better
protected with a one-push button for 24/7 medical alert response.
Plus, Lively's smart home device notices when something is amiss.
It's so simple, anyone can use it. Stay safer and never compromise
on style again.

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Actual watchface size: 1.97" diagonal
  • One-push emergency button
  • Waterproof Safety Watch
  • Medication Reminders
  • Daily Activity Sharing
  • Step Counting
  • Family Alerts

Choose Lively To Feel Safe and Secure

  • Free 30 days of service
  • No activation fee
  • 30-day money back guarantee
  • Affordable plans start at only $27.95/month
  • No internet connection or additional phone line needed
  • Long-lasting battery life, replaceable
  • Protection around the home & yard (1,500 ft.)
  • Easy for anyone to use
  • Also includes activity sensors that notice when something is amiss, like missed medications, meals, and more

How Lively Works

How Lively Works

Get help anytime,
anywhere

Press the button at any time
to summon help, 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week.

Speak to live agent by
phone

We'll call back on the phone to
find out if emergency services are
needed— or, if nobody answers,
we can call another emergency
contact or summon help right away.

Fast response in
minutes

We'll even stay on the line
until help arrives.
Family members can be
simultaneously notified by
email or text message.

For more information,
watch our video. Click here
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Lively is much more useful
to me than the (other) alert
products I've seen.
Bill, Sarasota
Lively saved my
mother's life.
Leslie, Seattle
My mother-in-law lives
thousands of miles from us.
I love that Lively can keep us
more connected to her!
Alex, San Francisco

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Button signal range via a cellular connection may vary due to differing factors, which could result in the inability to place an emergency call or automatically detect a fall.
Forthcoming fall detection does not detect 100% of falls. If able, users should always push their button when they need help, or call 911 directly.