It’s sad you even need to find a personal safety alarm for self-defense. It’s okay to admit it. That’s the world we live in. There’s no fighting it or denying it. The best thing you can do is protect yourself. While it would be nice if the police were everywhere, Robocop existed (one day, maybe), or Batman prowled the streets, it’s just not the reality. Dangers lurk on every corner and down every dark alley, and some of us don’t have time to sign up for Krav Maga. We need other solutions. Thankfully, there are plenty of personal safety alarm to choose from. So, whether you’re out running or walking down a dark city street alone, here are Top 10 Best Personal Safety Alarms for Self Defense.
Secure Loud-Mate Panic Emergency Alarm for Personal Safety
For the more practical and pragmatic, this Loud-Mate panic emergency alarm is perfect. It has a 130 dB alarm, a belt clip, and a wrist strap.
Hoanvi 130dB Safe Sound Personal Alarm Safety Keychain Mini Safety Alarm
Perfect for kids and anyone who wants to be discreet, this toy unicorn keychain doubles as a personal safety alarm. If you want peace of mind and your kids to feel safe, give them this.
Safesound Personal Alarm 120dB
There’s something ironic about a smiley face sound alarm, but if you think about it, it’s perfect. Another good choice for an alarm for kids, this keychain can go on their backpacks. All they have to do is pull it and the alarm will go off.
Safesound Personal Alarm Keychain - Leopard Print
This has all the same features as the other keychains except one major difference—leopard print. Don’t deny it; that’s a big deal.
Katana Safety Arc: The Personal Security System That Attaches Directly to Your Smartphone
This personal security system goes beyond the typical sound alarms we’ve discuss thus far. It has a three-tiered security defense system. First, it can release a sound alarm. Second, it can release a silent alarm. Third, it unlocks your cell phone and contacts a live 24/7 emergency response team to help. It also can contact pre-selected friends, providing your location and alerting them to your emergency.
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