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Personal Runner Alarm

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Runner's Personal Alarm

£ 16.6600

SSP: £20.00

Regular Price: £19.99

Special Price £10.00


Availability: 2 In stock

Code: SHSRPA01


Sabre Runner's Personal Alarm


  • Pull ring to activate 130dB alarm
  • Can be heard up to 300m away
  • Reflective log for enhanced visibility
  • High quality, washable lycra armband
  • Weather resistant


Wear whilst running, cycling or exercising - the loud alarm calls for attention during emergencies and helps to deter danger.

Customer Reviews

Very LOUD Product Review by Paul
Customer Rating
This is a great idea - an alarm developed for athletes. It's fairly basic, but then again it's built to make a very loud, piercing sound if you pull out the pin. It's pretty much completely plastic, apart from the metal pin.

I hope never to have to use this in a "real-life" situation, but I have the knowledge that if I did, it would act as a very loud deterrent, which I hope would cause any would-be attacker(s) to flee while also raising attention with other people.

It fits easily on the wrist, though due to its 3 inch size, some people might find that it's too large, in which case it could be carried on a chain or tied to your shorts. (Posted on 31/01/2017)
Very Loud Review by Alison
Customer Rating
Slips easily over the wrist. For Use by anyone in potentially dangerous situations whether alone in landscaped areas, surburban parks and woodlands or even in their own homes or streets. Whether it be for potential medical emergency or hostile strangers. It is very loud and combined with calls for help so anyone close by knows it isnt a car or building alarm set off accidentally. Mistakes are much less frequent nowadays, thankfully,we used to have many such incidents when passersby were too close to cars or a cat would jump on a warm bonnet. Less now, so alarms will be taken marginally more seriously if combined with shouts for help.
For most they will never need to use it, but if they only ever use it just once, that once could be a lifesaver. (Posted on 31/01/2017)

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