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Personal Alarms

Personal safety alarms, sometimes also called personal panic alarms, are small devices that when activated, emit a loud sound designed to attract attention and send attackers running with their ears covered. Most of these can be used as keychain alarms because they are that small, but don’t let their size fool you. Our personal safety alarms can reach up to 130db (decibels) and some go up to 150db. Activate one of these when someone attacks you and it’ll emit an ear shattering noise that would make anyone near you stop what they’re doing and plug their ears.

Keychain defense alarms are an effective, low cost way to ensure your personal well-being. Shop our wide variety of personal keychain safety alarms for a reliable method of self-defense.

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What is a personal alarm? Imagine running into a mugger on your evening jog or coming up on a burglar as they ransack your house. Wouldn’t it be helpful to have a loud, attention-grabbing siren at hand? A personal alarm can attract help when you need it most and may even detour attackers before they have a chance to cause harm.

A personal alarm is a smart gift for a child, new college student or an elderly family member. They fit easily inside a purse, a briefcase, or even on a keychain. Additional options include an LED flashlight for seeing in the dark and some even have the added benefit of pepper spray, too.

No one knows they need a personal alarm until it’s too late…be prepared with a proven alarm. A keychain personal alarm can do everything from ward off attackers to scare away an angry dog, Having and using a personal alarm may just bring help your way when you need it most.

These alarms are incredibly handy and since they are so light weight, it doesn't distract from everyday tasks. Let's say it's a beautiful warm day for gardening. Time passes quickly and one doesn't realize they haven't had enough water and dehydrates. They stand up and become so dizzy, they fall. Wouldn't it be nice to have that alarm to summon the next door neighbor or passer-by?

Personal alarms are inexpensive insurance. It's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have.

These lightweight security alarms come with hefty features. Many have a key chain or belt clip and are convenient for runners, joggers, and doing various physical activities. Some are identical to car remotes, making them unnoticeable to wrongdoers. Their built-in flashlight can illuminate dark passages when you are walking and light up dim areas in your home. Others can also function as door and window alarms for home use.

The best personal alarm for the elderly and the disabled can be worn as a pendant or wristband. In this way, the user can activate the panic alarm in no time, as the device is always within reach. It is also a practical way to keep from losing the device.

There is a variety of personal security alarms that suits different people and their corresponding lifestyle. For instance, nap alarms are capable of producing a sound upon detecting that your head is nodding off. These are recommended for persons behind the wheel or operating machinery. By using such anti-sleep alerts, they can stay awake and avoid damaging or injurious incidents. These are also the perfect personal alarms for college students who usually pull all-nighters for school projects and examination reviews.

There are all sorts of personal alarms for lone workers who are exposed to risk when isolated from their colleagues, out for official business, or heading home after late-night overtime work. In cases of motor accidents, fires, and natural disasters, security alarms are an effective means of seeking help quickly.

In nursing homes, portable alarms are practical devices for the caregivers and medical service assistants to the residents and patients, such as when a fall incident occurs. Upon hearing the alarm, the other personnel can give a prompt and proper response.