Have you ever been afraid that you'd be so scared you couldn't scream? Now the ila DUSK Personal alarm gives you your voice back, when you need it most. Feel empowered and safer without having to compromise on style.
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Screaming Alarm is Designed to Shock and Disorient Attackers
Traditional personal safety device that sound like car alarms and whistles - are routinely ignored. The ila Dusk Personal Alarm emits an ear piercing female scream that can surprise and throw an attacker off guard long enough for you to run. Research shows that people are more likely to respond to screams and yells than to the alarm of typical safety devices which often go unnoticed by passers-by.
The screaming starts when the chain is pulled out sharply. The idea is that, at 130 decibels, it will either bring about help or at least scare off the would-be attacker.
A Nonviolent Personal Safety Product That Sounds Like No Other Personal Alarm
Since most women are inclined towards nonviolence, a nonviolent security device stands a much higher chance of actually being used by them when the need arises. There’s lesser hesitation in using the device when they know it’s not a weapon. The alarm screams when you lose your voice. It is an after dark reassurance, your insurance, for your peace of mind.
A Smart and Elegant Personal Screaming Alarm
Shaped much like a cell phone, but much smaller, it attaches easily to a key ring, your handbag, backpack or belt loop. This way it is close at hand in case of an emergency. It looks like a quality fashion accessory, not utilitarian or bulky like other personal alarms.
An alarm is of no use if you're embarrassed to be seen with it and won't carry or let it slip to the bottom of your purse. The ila DUSK can be displayed openly as a stylish fashion accessory. It gives you reassurance and peace of mind, while also adding a little style to your look.
Traveling Alone? Consider the Screaming Personal Alarm
With living alone, coming home late from work, exploring the world alone and traveling for work – personal safety is becoming more and more relevant. Statistics show that in up to 80% of assault cases women have escaped serious harm by shouting, but intense fear or danger, can cause women to lose their voices.
The ila DUSK Personal Alarm gives off an ear piercing female scream that surprises and distracts an attacker, alerts passers-by and gives the victim precious seconds to run away. It is an essential travel accessory for women travelers.
By Your Side, Always
Keep your Personal Alarm by your nightstand so you can pull the chain if someone tries to break in.
Gift it to your daughter, wife, mother, or friend while giving yourself peace of mind.
This alarm can be used more than once and has 10 minutes battery time in total.
Personal Safety Alarm Specifications
130 decibel alarm
Dimensions: 3" x 1.5" x .3"
10 minutes' battery time
Can be used more than once
Includes a bag clip and key-ring clip
UPC Code No. 5-60207-64035-0
Model No. 640350
Additional Video of the Screaming Alarm
How Loud is the ila Screaming Personal Alarm?
ila DUSK Personal Alarm
Very, Very Loud
Wood shop, Snowmobile, Normal Shouting
Power lawn mower
Very Annoying, Hearing Damage (8 hours)
Heavy city traffic
Telephone use difficult
Normal Conversation, Air Conditioner
Near total silence
What is a Decibel?
The decibel (abbreviated dB) is the unit used to measure the intensity of a sound. The decibel scale is a little odd because the human ear is incredibly sensitive. Your ears can hear everything from your fingertip brushing lightly over your skin to a loud jet engine. In terms of power, the sound of the jet engine is about 1,000,000,000,000 times more powerful than the smallest audible sound. That's a big difference!
On the decibel scale, the smallest audible sound (near total silence) is 0 dB. A sound 10 times more powerful is 10 dB. A sound 100 times more powerful than near total silence is 20 dB. A sound 1,000 times more powerful than near total silence is 30 dB.
You know from your own experience that distance affects the intensity of sound -- if you are far away, the power is greatly diminished. All of the ratings above are taken while standing near the sound.
Any sound above 85 dB can cause hearing loss, and the loss is related both to the power of the sound as well as the length of exposure. You know that you are listening to an 85-dB sound if you have to raise your voice to be heard by somebody else. Eight hours of 90-dB sound can cause damage to your ears; any exposure to 140-dB sound causes immediate damage (and causes actual pain).
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