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Personal alarms are one of the fastest growing segments at retail in the self defense industry, because an attacker's worst enemy is attention. Personal alarms are legal to carry in all 50 states (even on airplanes!) and are a very safe method of self defense. They require no training or skill to operate, and can be used by anyone regardless of age or physical ability. Victims are often too traumatized to shout for help in unfamiliar and dangerous situations, increasing their vulnerability. Criminals do not like to draw attention, and will likely run off when they realize the alarm cannot be stopped.
A percentage of the sale from each personal alarm will be donated to missing children's funds and non-profit personal safety organizations nationwide.
Don't let your worst nightmare become your reality. Safety doesn't happen by accident. Purchase a personal alarm for yourself, for your child, or for a loved one. Although one of the uses of this alarm is rape-prevention, the package itself does not contain the word "rape" in order to be appropriate for all ages. The PPS22BL is particularly suitable for teenagers, parents, night owls, delivery route employees, business owners, and college students. The keychain design is perfect for use with house keys or car keys.
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Got this one for my daughter. Hope she never has to use it, but I think it'll make such a loud, painful noise, it'll send whomever running. Love it!Published 16 days ago by Mama G.
So I really wanted to give my girlfriend a tactical knife when she goes on her midnight jogs. I'm a trained martial artist, and showed her some knife tactics, but she had to remind... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul G.
My sister and I have rooms on opposite sides of the house, so I got two of these in case we needed to alert one another in a medical or other emergency. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linskey
I don't even know how the pin came out, but I definitely did not hear it. It's sitting I the back of my car. So definitely not gonna help I you're seriously in trouble.Published 1 month ago by jennifer
It's very loud, but I was afraid it may pierce my ears, but it's more like a car alarm. It came out last night after being on my keychain for a few days - I did not pull it out! Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Moore
Very loud and easy to use. I put it on my key chain. Only problem is the trigger is easy to come out if you have a lot of keys. Simple to fix that problem. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teresa W.
I would love this alarm if the pin didn't pull so easily. It should need to be forced off, rather than popping off with little contact. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charlotte R. Brown