Noisy safety de­vice

Los Angeles Times - - TRAVEL - — Judi Dash

If you’re in the mar­ket for a per­sonal safety de­vice, think of the Basu eAlarm as a sound grenade. It emits a deaf­en­ing siren when you pull out the pin in­serted at one end of the de­vice. A plas­tic loop ex­tend­ing from the pin pro­vides a firm grip and se­cures the eAlarm to a key ring, belt loop or strap by way of an in­cluded metal cara­biner. Its 120deci­bel siren will dis­cour­age any­one in your path and likely leave your eardrums ring­ing even after you have si­lenced the alarm by plug­ging the pin back into its slot. There’s an even more ag­gres­sive eAlarm: the 130-deci­bel slightly longer eAlarm Plus. Both mod­els are pow­ered by two CR1632 bat­ter­ies. Basu eAlarm costs $15.99; e-Alarm Plus, $19.99. Info:


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