It’s almost Valentine’s Day, which means an overload of heart-shaped everything. A lot of them are fun, but few of them are this functional.
Get yourself a gift that can potentially save your life; this cute little $20 heart keychain that packs a big surprise for would-be attackers.
Amazon sells this fun keychain called the Ahh!-larm. Although it looks cute, this heart is all business.
It’s actually a deafening alarm that can startle or scare off predators or muggers late at night while also letting anyone near you know that you need help.
The Ahh!-larm emits a piercing 120 dB wail when you press the little button on the front.
With a sound like this, you’re sure to draw attention when you need it most.
This glittery heart comes with a gold clip to easily attach to any of your favorite handbags or even your dog’s leash if you go out on walks alone.
It also comes complete with a pretty strong LED light to either shine into eyes or, in safer circumstances, to use as a flashlight.
The Ahh!-larm is battery powered, and if you have a little screwdriver, you can easily undo the back and replace the battery as needed.
If red’s not your color, don’t worry. This also comes in a variety of glittery options like black, champagne, confetti, mint, pearl, pink, and purple.
If you’re looking for other great gadgets to help keep you safe, check out my list of favorite personal safety devices here.
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