Streetwise Security Products Streetwise Security Products KCA022N Key Alert with Flashlight P942589 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/SSP/SSP-KCA022N.jpg Streetwise Security Products KCA022N Key Alert with Flashlight 942589 0.20lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Streetwise Security Products KCA022N Key Alert with Flashlight

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Product Description

This alarm is small enough to easily fit in the palm of your hand and can conveniently attach to your key chain so it will be readily available in case of an emergency. The alarm button allows for two levels of protection. Pressing the button slightly will sound a brief alarm blast. Pushing the button down completely will sound the alarm continually until the situation is safe and you deactivate the alarm. The alarm button is recessed to prevent accidental activation. For your added safety, this unit also features a built-in flashlight which emits a bright beam of light when needed. Measures 2.5 inches by 1.25 inches. Requires a Twelve volt battery that is included. The alarm is 120 decibels.

Limited Time Offer: A battery is inserted into all units; however, for a limited time only, we are including an extra battery at no additional cost.




Product Specifications

ConditionNew


Restricted States

This product does not ship to the APO address and the following addresses: HI, AK, PR.



Return Policy

This item can only be returned for exchange but NOT refunded.

Shortage and/ or damage claims must be reported to us within 2 business days of receipt of order. Any claim after 2 business days will be void.


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