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"I got my keychains, book and card holders in the mail today. Thanks for the great service!" - John
"I just received my keychain in the mail. It’s great and is quite the conversation piece" - Amy
"I purchased the book because I want to keep my sense of humor intact despite the ups and downs that come with the first month with a pacemaker. I’ve gotten lots of laughs out of the book." - Cathryn
Celebrate being wired! Purchase a pack of all our merchandise and save over 15%. The Power Pack includes a You Know You're Pacing When Book, Pacemaker-Shaped Keychain, Identification Card Holder, Personalized Welcome Letter and Membership Card.
Price: $25.95 USD
You Know You're Pacing When Book:
Having a pacemaker is no fun - but this book shows that it can be funny. "You Know You’re Pacing When" was written by a veteran recipient to help other recipients cope with their pacemaker or defibrillator.
This 68 page illustrated book is full of humor about being battery operated. So if you’re getting a device soon, are already wired or know someone who is, order this book! It’s guaranteed to make you laugh, or at least smile.
Our pacemaker-shaped keychains are made of antique finished steel and will outlast your implantable device. They are a great conversation piece as they closely resemble a real device and have our logo engraved.
Great idea! Order a keychain for both cars.
Identification Card Holder:
Make airport security hassle-free! Our card holders are designed to fit your identification card and display an internationally recognized pacemaker recipient symbol.
Our personalized letters officially welcome new recipients to the club. They are inspirational, light-hearted and provide general information about the club.
Gift idea! Send a letter to a loved one, along with a book, card holder and keychain, to welcome them to the club!
Price: $2.99 USD
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You know you're wired when...
Your pacemaker interferes with your electronic scale.
I've seen many posts about people being concerned about exercise after having a device so thought I would let you know that yesterday I raced my first marathon since having my pacemaker fitted in fall 2004.