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Alarms For The Elderly

We have a large selection of Personal Alarms and we fully understand that it can be a bit daunting to try and make an informed decision, so to help you decide, we have chosen the best Parsonal Safety Alarms available that are particularly designed for senior citizens.  Most of our Personal Attack Alarms work the same way, that is, you need to pull a pin from the main body of the alarm in order to trigger the siren. You silence the alarm by simply replacing the pin once the danger is over. 

The Sports and Hikers Sponge Alarm (the first one shown below) has a 'captive' pin which means that you can fit this alarm directly on to your handbag, or belt loop and then operate the unit by just giving the alarm a sharp downwards tug. The alarm is silenced by carefully pushing the pin back into place. 

The Chaperone Pocket Keyring Alarm (the second one shown below) is particularly designed for those who are not very dextrous with their hands.

The Chaperone Chieftain Alarm (second down on the left) is ideal for fitting to a mobility scooter or wheelchair as it is supplied with a bracket.

See below for Personal Safety Alarms that are the most powerful available today:


Wrist Alarm Personal Safety Alarm

Personal attack safety alarm unobtrusively worn as a watch. Also ideal for use by the elderly or infirm too,especially at night.

Wrist Alarm Personal Safety Alarm

RRP £9.99
Price £8.39
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Chaperone® Chieftain Personal Alarm with Strobe Light/Torch

Professional Personal Alarm with strobe light/torch facility. Do not confuse this with imitations, this is the loudest and most ear-piercing siren available today so Be Warned!

Chaperone® Chieftain Personal Alarm with Strobe Light/Torch

RRP £12.95
Price £9.99
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Sport And Hikers Personal Safety Alarm

In bright Safety Yellow, a robust personal safety alarm designed for easy fitting to sports bags, rucksacks, belt loops etc. with a Carabiner Clip.

Sport And Hikers Personal Safety Alarm

RRP £8.99
Price £8.39
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Chaperone® Defender Pocket Key Ring Torch Personal Rape Alarm

Battery operated key ring personal alarm with torch facility. Available in Blue or Silver.

Chaperone® Defender Pocket Key Ring Torch Personal Rape Alarm

RRP £7.99
Price £7.19
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Defender MKA Power Torch Personal Alarm - Police Approved

Our latest addition now includes a really powerful mini torch facility and Police Approved too!

Defender MKA Power Torch Personal Alarm - Police Approved

Price £8.39
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