Feel safer running at night or alone in remote areas with the Sabre Runner Personal Alarm. You'll love the security you'll feel running with this powerful alarm that you can easily and quickly use to call for attention during an emergency. All you need to do is pull a ring to activate the alarm, and it can be heard up to 1,000 feet away. Plus, you won't feel encumbered carrying this Sabre Runner Alarm, thanks to its lightweight feel and super comfortable, adjustable wrist strap.
The next stride in running safety, SABRE's Personal Alarm with Adjustable Wrist Strap helps athletes deter danger and call for attention in emergencies. The alarm is user-friendly - to activate the 130dB device (audible up to 1,000 feet/300 M away), the user need simply pull the metal ring. Maximizing safety and awareness, the sleek, concealable SABRE Runner Personal Alarm calls for attention from every direction in case of danger or injury. Once helps arrives, the user can insert the pin to stop the reusable alarm from sounding.
- LOUDEST / GREATEST RANGE: Piercing, 130dB alarm calls for attention up to 1,000 feet (300 m) away and helps scare off attacker; fully reusable
- ADJUSTABLE & ONE SIZE FITS ALL: Length ranges from 5.5” - 8” and this sweat- and weather-resistant alarm is comfortable with no itchy nylon strap and an easy-to-use velcro closure
- MAXIMIZED SAFETY / BE SEEN AT NIGHT: Reflective material helps cars and witnesses locate you in the dark
- GREATER VALUE: Replaceable 4xLR44 batteries with low battery test button included to ensure your device is working when you need it most
- USER-FRIENDLY WITH BROAD APPEAL: Simply pull the metal ring to operate (easy to operate under stress!); a self-defense option for any age
Loudest Personal Alarm for Active Users
The SABRE Runner Personal Alarm was specifically designed for the active user. Other alarms were designed for your purse, home, or child, but this is the loudest personal alarm on the market designed specifically for runners, bikers, and outdoor activities. The alarm has a whopping 130dB, which is louder than a chainsaw (120 dB), concert speaker (110 dB), jack hammer (100 dB), lawnmower (90 dB), etc.