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Personal Key-Chain Alarm / Flashlight ~ 120+ Decibels Black

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MSRP: $16.99
$11.49
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SKU:
SG-SWPAB-BLK
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Product Overview

The Streetwise Panic Keychain Alarm with 120 decibels attaches to your keys or clips to your purse or clothing. 120 dB heard for 10 miles.

To Activate:

To activate, grab the device and squeeze the sides to activate the alarm. The alarm is loud enough to be heard by anyone nearby.

Led Light:

The accompanying Led light makes seeing an attacker possible before they see you.

Keychain Attachment:

Night-time attacks are common as cowards use the "lack of light" to cover their uncivilized actions against the innocent. Walking to or from your car or home makes you more prone to attack. 

This compact alarm easily attaches to your keys or clips to your purse or clothing, so it's always within reach. Many other personal alarms can be difficult to use in a panic situation.

"Normal conversation is about 60 dB, a lawn mower is about 90 dB, and a loud rock concert is about 120 dB. In general, sounds above 85 are harmful, depending on how long and how often you are exposed to them and whether you wear hearing protection, such as earplugs or earmuffs."

Attacker's are prepators who seek out "easy looking targets, in quiet, dark spaces." 

In contrast, the Streetwise Panic Keychain Alarm will summon the assistance you need and help to scare off the attacker.

 

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