- Product Dimensions: 1 x 6 x 9 inches ; 0.8 ounces
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- Item model number: AW1BK
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Storm Alert Whistle
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- The Storm All-Weather Safety Whistle - The Loudest Whistle On The Market
- Patented Design Allows Whistle To Be Heard Up To 50 Feet Underwater
- Unique Sounding Chamber Forces Out All Water When The Whistle Is Blown
- A Great Self-Defense Program for Students or Anyone
- Easy to Hold - Incredibly Loud
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The Storm Alert Whistle is one of the loudest whistles on the market. Its dual-chamber construction means it can be heard over the roar of wind and even or even under water. Attach one to your backpack, whenever you venture into the backcountry. It's a survival basic.
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The advertising says that this produces 120 dB of sound. When robustly blown, it is at least that loud, probably more---which I can say with confidence, having worked in situations where loud sounds had to be measured and evaluated. It is ear-splitting and just the right frequency to shriek and penetrate. The advantage of this whistle is that in most situations, it would be as effective as Mace, wasp spray, or other substances people typically carry for self-defense---even more so, because it would drive off all but the most determined thug without having to risk converting him into a homicidal maniac by a poorly aimed Mace blast. And, yes, a gun is more definitive in its action, but a terminal outcome, while perhaps justified, might have its own distressing consequences.
This whistle is also a wonderful item to have in certain situations where attracting attention for reasons other than personal safety might be urgently needed. Breaking a leg in a rear parking lot where no one is around, for example, might be a real problem unless you could blow that whistle and have a crowd around you in seconds. Or, hiking with the family and getting lost would have perhaps a happier and more timely ending if whoever was lost could blow that whistle.
Get one, or get several for family members, but don't test it without going to an unpopulated area, unless, of course, you are prepared to pretend that you also are surprised and alarmed at the impossibly loud and discordant sound when people come rushing out to see what happened.
My ears rang for 3 days. When they say it's the loudest whistle on the market I don't doubt it.
Great price just under $7. It looks like it's a cheap piece of plastic. It may be plastic but it's awesome if your desperate for someone to hear you out of normal yelling range. I haven't tried this in the water yet but I have no doubts this works as advertised. I'm going to order me another one that I can take with me on our boat and I'm going to wear it around my neck. The one I use all the time is on my keychain. It's big and it may not be pretty but if you want the loudest look no farther!
Appears well-made and I don't see why it won't last me forever.
I actually used this to train my new outdoor cat to come when I blow the wistle. For two days I would blow the wistle only when I gave her cat treats. Now she associates the whistle with treats and she comes running from great distances. She only gets treats when the whistle blows. Iv seen her come running from down the street. She always shows up within 1-2 minutes of me doing a couple short burst of the whistle. Amazing
1. Very very loud.
A. Wished mouth grip was cushioned.
B. Bulky -- not for everyday carry.
Background: I own about a dozen whistles: Acme Thunderers, Fox 40s, and Storm. This is the loudest of my entire collection.