Keychain Alarm

$13.00
PAL-130L
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Personal alarm has a 130db alarm and a light. The alarm is activated when the pin attached to the keychain is pulled. Or by pressing the alarm button on the top of the unit. Can be used as a flashlight without activating the alarm to provide additional night time safety. One 12 volt battery included.

Why You Need A Keychain Alarm

A personal alarm is an excellent device for anyone who is cautious and concerned about their safety. You never know when you might need to get help, and it's very sensible to make sure you always have a way of drawing attention to yourself, particularly if you're alone a lot.

While some may think a personal alarm is overkill, or that they could simply yell for help or use their mobile phone in case of an emergency, neither is the case. You can never be too safe, and relying on your mobile phone isn't a good idea for a variety of reasons.

Throughout this article, we'll explain what exactly are the pros of getting a Personal Alarm.

They Will Alert Help Instantly

While you can always reach for your mobile phone to try and get help, some situations require a faster response. Nothing beats pressing a button and instantly drawing attention from everyone nearby.

For instance, if you're walking alone at night and feel like you're being followed, using the alarm will quickly alert people nearby and ward off a ill-intentioned individual. Meanwhile, if you feel like you're about to pass out on the street, you can press the button and make sure people will notice you and call an ambulance.

They're Easy To Use

Not only are keychain alarms very quick, they are also incredibly easy to use. During an emergency situation, we often get very stressed and nervous, and it can be hard to dial a phone number or get help through other means while adrenaline rushes through your veins.

Another advantage of a personal alarm is in the fact it's very easy to use, requiring only that you push a button to get the help you need. On top of being instantaneous, it's practically impossible to do it wrong.

They're Always Loud

In an emergency situation, screaming for help is always an option. Or is it? If you start to feel sick, you could easily find yourself unable to yell, and risk not being able to get anyone to help you.

Personal alarms can make noise in the range of 120 decibels, so you can be sure someone will hear you. While people can yell loudly, they definitely can't sustain it for too long, while the alarm will be able to go indefinitely (or until the batteries run out).

The Battery Lasts a Long Time

A key chain alarm is a very simple device, and doesn't require much energy at all. This is good news, because it means your alarm's battery will likely last for weeks, even months on end without a replacement, so you can truly rely on them in a time of need.

If, on the other hand, you try and count on your mobile phone to get assistance during an emergency, you may find that it's out of battery at a very critical time, as it does so many other things and runs out of battery often.

Closing Thoughts

While there are certainly other ways to get help when there's an emergency, none of them come close to a good personal alarm system. Since you don't want to take any risks when it comes to your safety, getting yourself one is an excellent idea. You never know when you're going to find yourself in a pinch, so it's best to make the responsible choice and be prepared for a situation like that. 

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