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Lifemax: handy, user-friendly products


Lifemax has spent decades developing products designed to improve the lives and wellbeing of people in the over-50 age group. The firm utilises modern technology in a user-friendly way, providing gadgets that are simple yet highly effective.

There is a wide selection of Lifemax products to help the older generation get the most out of life. Among the items the organisation offers are reading lights, talking watches, alarm clocks and massagers.

A range of products for those with special needs (such as people with sight impairments) is also available from Lifemax, as well as a selection of electronic brain-training games that should help keep the mind sharp.

Wide range of products from Lifemax


To give you an idea of the kinds of goods Lifemax supplies - and why they are particularly well-suited to the older generation - here is an overview of some of the company's devices.

  • Reading lights - Lifemax's reading lights use bulbs that produce daylight-quality illumination. They are also energy saving and many of the models are adjustable to enable you to direct the light to the optimum position. Tabletop and freestanding floor lamps are available, while the firm also manufactures a medically-approved SAD light designed to boost wellbeing in the winter months.
  • Care alarms - There are several care alarms made by Lifemax, including devices that are voice-operated. You can buy a combined doorbell alert and care alarm from the company, allowing you to hear when someone is at the door and ensure you always feel safe in your home.
  • Massagers - You'll find a selection of massagers made by Lifemax, including everything from a full massage seat to a very specific knee protector with an inbuilt massager. In addition, you can pick up versatile products like a 2-in-1 neck and back massager.
  • Clocks and watches - Lifemax offers a selection of talking clocks and watches to make it easy for the visually impaired to tell the time. From stylish radio-controlled watches that speak the time at the touch of a button, to alarm clocks with a large display, easy-to-use buttons and a talking clock, Lifemax has it covered. Some of its timepieces have been designed in conjunction with the Royal National Institute for the Blind.


Lifemax prides itself on offering assistive and wellbeing products that are simple to use and reliable. This is just a selection of the kinds of devices it produces to make everyday living a little bit easier.

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