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Stay safe on the go with the ability to scare off an attacker or call for help with the SABRE Personal Alarm with Key Ring. The 120dB siren is extremely loud and is audible up to 1,280-feet (390-meters), helping to deter an attacker and help you to escape to safety. The SABRE Personal Alarm is easy to operate; Simply pull the key ring to remove the pin to sound the alarm. Replace the pin to turn the alarm off. Ease your worries knowing you will get multiple uses out of your personal alarm with a built-in, long lasting battery. The compact design is discreet and can be carried everywhere on keys or a purse strap thanks to the included key ring. Family owned and operated for more than 45 years, SABRE is the #1 brand trusted by consumers worldwide for pepper spray and is a leader in developing safety programs and safety videos to maximize end users’ safety.
- Personal Protection You Can Trust: SABRE is the #1 pepper spray brand trusted by police & consumers & a leader in the personal safety category
- Attention Grabbing Alarm: Ear-piercing 120dB siren is audible up to 1,280-feet (390-meters); Helps deter an attacker by attracting attention from those nearby so you can escape to safety
- Easy to Operate: Simply pull the key ring to remove the pin to sound the alarm. Replace the pin to turn the alarm off. Reuse your personal alarm multiple times and no need to recharge thanks to the long-lasting battery.
- Compact and Easy to Carry: Compact design is discreet so it’s not obvious to others that you’re carrying a personal alarm. Built-in key ring attaches to keys and bags so it’s easy to carry everywhere
- Stay Safe with Free Safety Training: Feel secure with every SABRE product; Packaging includes links to free training videos so that, in the face of danger, you are better prepared to use your SABRE Personal Safety Alarm
|Item Weight (lbs)
|1 x 0.5 x 5.75
|Alarm Range (ft)
|Alarm Strength (db)
|Personal Alarm, Keychain
|Are Batteries Required?
|Are Batteries Included?
|Are Batteries Replaceable?
|Are Batteries Rechargeable?
|State Shipping Restrictions