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Survive Outdoors Longer Slim Rescue Howler Whistle (2-Count)
- Emitting a piercing 100-decibel signal, this slim single-frequency whistle is audible from over a mile away.
- Pea-less design ensures that the whistle works in any outdoor conditions without jamming or freezing.
- Weighing less than an ounce, this ultra-portable whistle fits in any pocket and attaches to zipper pulls.
- These whistles are ideal for signaling for a variety of outdoor activities, whether you are on the trail, on the slope, the water, and more.
- Each pack contains two whistles to share or distribute among gear like a rain jacket or go bag.
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Features and Benefits:
-100dB whistle signal is audible over one mile.
-Pea-less design works in all conditions - won't freeze or stick to lips when cold.
-Take it Everywhere
-Ultra-portable design weighs only a few grams and fits in any pocket - or attach it to a zipper pull.
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Top Customer Reviews
having two whistles is great, as you hope, but never know, if you will get separated from your fellow hikers/campers, so the extra is appreciated. these whistles can be attached to zipper pulls, as well as keychains, etc.
these are quite loud! i did not think a small whistle would be this powerful, but i was mistaken. the bright color is also a plus.
excellent purchase for my emergency kit! highly recommended!
UPDATE: I need to say that over the years my high range hearing has been damaged to the point where it no longer exists. Whistles that I rate poorly MAY be loud to people with full range hearing, but the whistles I rate highly all have a lower frequency which I can easily hear. Something to think about; hunters and other people who have been exposed to very loud noises, like gunshots, may have damaged high range hearing, and may not hear your high pitched whistle. Whereas pretty much everybody can hear a lower pitched / lower frequency whistle. Plus, if I'm injured (think of a fall resulting in broken ribs)I will not be able to give my whistle a hard blow, so for me to rate it highly it must be LOUD without having to blow it hard. The Storm, and Windstorm for larger whistles, and the Acme 636 Safety whistle for a small whistle are the loudest whistles (that I have tested, and can hear) and DO NOT take a hard blow to make them loud.
Probably not the very loudest whistle out there but it is as good as other smaller/flatter whistles that I own.
This whistle performs adequately (for it's size and shape) and is reasonably priced.
The main selling point of this whistle is that it will fit in small kits (like a pocket survival or first-aid kit) and can be worn on a necklace or piggy-backed onto a knife-sheath, or even a boonie hat or walking stick, without getting in the way. Throw one into your tackle-box or tape one underneath the seat of your dirt-bike. If you are going far out into the wilderness or on a water-craft, it is a no-brainer (and a very good idea) to take this simple signaling device along, with you.
Keep it on your person. ... A series of three long blasts, three times per minute, is the standard distress alert procedure. If you break a leg or get lost or stranded, in a remote locale, you will wish you had one of these and, since it costs very little and takes no space ... adds no weight ... There is no excuse not to have one close at hand ... Added bonus ... No batteries required !
Just as with Bic Lighters ... I keep several small whistles scattered throughout my kits and packs and I keep one on my charm necklace, along with a fire-steel, a button-light, and a few other handy items.
I feel it's best feature is that it doesn't have a "pea" in it. That would prevent this whistle from being mistaken as a police whistle or a child playing with a whistle. I consider those important considerations if I'm stuck somewhere and trying to summon help.
The next best feature is the small size. This would fit just about anywhere you could place a book of matches. Being plastic, I wouldn't recommend placing this whistle on your key ring. Against the keys, getting smashed in your pocket or knocked around in a purse and I think it would likely break.
- The whistle is quite loud.
- Small enough to keep convienently.
- bright color to help you find it if you drop it on a forest floor.
- Comes in 2 to facilitate communication or simply whistle to find your way back basecamp - which is necessary when you split your party (e.g. 1 look for help while the other stays put).
- comes with a cut out with instruction on signalling but should have 2 since there are 2 whistles.
- The plastic feels a little cheap. Like those that will deteriorate and becomes brittle over time.
- No lanyard, I bet fixing metal key ring will break the plastic over time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product is a must have for all walks of life. I use it primarily for hiking but easily understand its many potential useful applications. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carbonfiberbutterfly!
Bought these for a Cub Scout campout and a lesson on essential camping gear for our scouts, they worked out great.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Small, great for kit when going out camping/hiking. Haven't tested them yet in woods for distance but in back yard didn't sound loud,, was in suberb though.Published 1 month ago by george r. burns
Compact, sturdy whistles. Loud but not as loud as the larger versions. Physics cannot be surmounted beyond a certain point. I'm happy with them and the value is outstanding. Read morePublished 1 month ago by OnTheRoad333
These are strictly for use as what they are labelled as - emergency rescue whistles on a budget. They are fairly cheaply made and won't stand up to any kind of use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Arless
These are great - they are loud and work well. My only complaint is not having a way to hang them from something. I had to find a way for that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Danielle
Not to much to say here. Works as intended. Loud lightweight whistle. I have it in my kayak.Published 4 months ago by Larry