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Holter Promotion from Alba Medical

Hi everyone, thought you might be interested as I saw this on facebook.
Albamedical is introducing a new financing option to purchase digital holters, and as a thank you to help testing it out are offering a discount of 100$ today.

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Hey Facebook friends - our online store company "Square" just added a program where you can pay for a Holter in 3, 6 or 12 months. I think the interest rate is 9.9%. If you are willing to help us try out this new feature, I will give you a $100 discount on a new DR200, so that might cover the interest. (Your cost = $1195 instead of $1295). Send me an email at jziemann(at)albamedical(dot)com, and I will send you an invoice, and you can then select 3, 6, or 12 month payment.
Additionally you can factor a vest into the total cost, and if you have an old analog holter to trade in, that will be discounted on your total price.
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It seems like a common sense thing for people on DT to work out some "time share" use.
A small group of maybe a dozen could pass a unit among themselves.

Is this a fragile machine that is susceptible to costly malfunctions?
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It seems like a common sense thing for people on DT to work out some "time share" use.
A small group of maybe a dozen could pass a unit among themselves.

Is this a fragile machine that is susceptible to costly malfunctions?
I wouldn't say it is fragile but it is an expensive machine and I do believe that you have to double check with insurances and the guarantee to see if you can lend/lease it out, or be ready to eat the cost should anything happen. For the most part the protective vest and velcro belt do a good job of keeping the machine safe, the only other thing I did was put the actual monitor in a plastic ziploc bag to protect it from water (since it was rainy when I last holtered Nadia).
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