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December 11, 2013

CLIP Personal Alarm — "Extremely loud" (even if you're not incredibly close)

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Nicely done.

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Save your life, mebbe.

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Cheap at twice the price, if so.

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Tell you what: reader, I bought one.*

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From the website:

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The CLIP Personal Alarm has been developed using insights gained from police, self-defense experts, and people just like you.

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Extremely easy to use, it can clip onto almost anything, and activates simply by being removed.

350

Winner of the Top Product Award at the 2013 CAMEX National Association of College Bookstores Expo.

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Features and Details:

• Alarms sounds when removed — no action required

• Clips onto anything — simply release to activate

• Wear anywhere, attach to anything

EXTREMELY LOUD

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Pink, Black, or Grey.

€17.95.

*Pink (duh)

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Oh yeah, me too, that sucker that I forgot was clipped to my pocketbook would get itself released from it, somehow, and activated, just like it says, with no action required, and sure as hell none intended. And when I'm wearing it anywhere, like to the opera, for instance, where someone as fabulous voiced as, say, the late great Alfredo Kraus, is singing something as beautiful and in-a-dream perfect as "Je crois entendre encore,"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3rVmE0Jubo
the EXTREMELY LOUD racket would probably get me pierced through the heart with a conductor's baton. As it should be.

Posted by: Flautist | Dec 12, 2013 8:19:55 AM

Meh. Carry a pistol -- it's much more effective.

Posted by: MsRadoo | Dec 11, 2013 10:21:18 AM

I can't imagine I wouldn't mess up and pull it off accidentally. When I pull it off accidentally, I will probably startle myself so much I will fall down (yes, this is a thing that happens). Also, you appear to have excellent taste in books.

Posted by: jessa | Dec 11, 2013 9:15:05 AM

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