SOS Pull Pin Alarm w/Strobe Light

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Product Overview

Determined criminals are becoming more self-assured and brazen. The quality of some self-defense products will have to put an attacker out of commission, so they cannot continue the pursuit of their intended target.

Streetwise SOS Pull Pin Alarm w/Strobe Light
Personal alarms must become more durable and louder. Personal alarms, as well as other products, must back up their claims with action.
Streetwise Security Products has developed the SOS Pull Pin Alarm with easy activation and grenade-style pull pin. The young and "mature" population can slide their finger into the ring at the top of the unit to activate the ear-piercing 130 dB alarm and 350-lumen strobe light. The SOS Personal Alarm backs up their claims.
The "included" keyring can be attached to your keys, so all one needs to do is pull down on the body of the alarm to activate it. 
Panic Situation - simple to use even in a panic situation, can be carried with you anywhere, and is appropriate for the "matured and grade school through college students."
  • Loud 130 dB Alarm 
  • Bright Strobe Light
  • Fast Activation Pull Pin
  • Non-slip Grip
  • Attaches to your key 
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
Decibel Comparisons
Military jet aircraft takeoff from an aircraft carrier with an afterburner at 50 ft is (130 dB). 
A thunderclap, chain saw, or Oxygen torch range of decibels is 121 dB.


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