The Five Best Personal Alarms on the Market Today

Have you ever thought about the different personal alarms that are currently available on the market today? These are the types of alarms that people use when they have a fall or some other type of medical or personal emergency. They’re typically used by individuals that are older, have mobility issues, or where certain health issues are present. When it’s all said and done, these small alarms that are typically worn like a necklace or a watch can make the difference between life and death. Therefore, you’re obviously interested in knowing more about them if you have a loved one that you think could benefit from having one. That being said, it’s important to choose the best ones on the market in order to get the most for your money and ensure that they’re doing what they were designed to do. Below are five of the top rated personal alarms on the market today.

LifeStation Mobile with GPS

One of the first things you’re likely to notice about this one is that it weighs next to nothing. In fact, it’s official weight is around two ounces and you can slide it into your purse or pocket so no one even needs to know that you have it. It also has a longer battery life than most systems and as you might have guessed from the title, it features GPS so people can always find you in case there’s an emergency. As is the case with most of these types of systems, this one has a fall detection feature that will automatically alert emergency crews if you fall down and are unable to get back up. You can choose three different tiers of service and pay a nominal monthly fee. The most basic tier starts at about $25 a month and even the most expensive one is only an extra $10 monthly, so it’s well worth the cost.

TOODOO 130db Safesound Personal Security Alarm

This alarm also functions as a keychain. This one breaks from the traditional design and isn’t necessarily for individuals that have medical problems or who are considered a fall risk. Instead, it can be used by anyone, even children. All that you need to do is push a single button and an extremely loud alarm with flashing LED light will go off. It’s designed to get the attention of passers-by in the event that you feel uncomfortable or that someone unsafe is approaching you in a parking lot or some other location. It’s also designed to disorient any would-be attackers and hopefully, the sound alone will send them running.

LifeStation In Home Medical Alert System

Even though this system is designed to be used in the home, it also comes with a smaller alarm that you can wear on your person so that it can detect if you fall. If you do, it will automatically alert local emergency services to come to your address and assist you. The whole system is rather small and extremely easy to use, making it almost foolproof. It can operate for an extended period of time, even without being plugged in, and is designed specifically to help people stay in their home longer than they might otherwise be able to.

Panic Alarm Key Light

As you might have guessed, this one sets off a loud panic alarm and also serves as a flashlight when you’re in a parking lot and there’s not much like to see by. It’s designed to work as a keychain, so you should always have it with you. Anytime that you feel threatened, all you need to do is hit that panic alarm in order to signal that you’re in trouble. If you want one more added level of protection, this is a good way to get it. The fact that it serves as a keychain means that you don’t have to worry about carrying something extra around with you and you already have it in your hand while you’re walking out to your car.

Nala Personal Safety System

This system is a little bit different. It doesn’t set off any loud alarms and is not used for medical purposes. Instead, you download an app on your iPhone that works in conjunction with this alarm and anytime that you feel uncomfortable, such as on an awkward first date, you reach into your pocket, press the button and someone from your list of contacts will call you in order to give you a valid reason to excuse yourself from the situation. It’s not something that a lot of people have, but it is an interesting concept and one that can get people out of a potentially dangerous situation without being too obvious.


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