For that special someone on your list, are you looking for gift ideas? Is that special person a senior citizen by any chance? Does that senior citizen hate being mugged in a dark alley by any chance and beaten unconscious? Don’t you want a lot of money to spend on this particular gift? If you answered yes to all these questions, I think I might know just the right gift, a keychain alarm, for that senior. Keychain alarms allow you to give any senior citizen the gift of safety who is not fond of being jumped over with a lead pip by multiple thugs and beaten over the head while another thug removes their jewellery, wallet and anything else of value. Giving a keychain personal alarm to a senior citizen indicates that “I love you and your safety is important to me.”Learn more about us at gift ideas for seniors
Personal alarms from Keychain work on the assumption that your attacker is not immensely stupid and/or deaf and that anyone in the area is not immensely stupid and/or deaf either. An extremely loud 130 decibel alarm is emitted by the keychain alarm, which is sure to scare even the fiercest of would-be attackers. It is not the actual noise itself that will frighten the perpetrator, but the concept of being arrested and sent to gaol that will really frighten someone. Criminals will not last very long as criminals if they don’t mind being caught while committing criminal activities and it’s a good way to get caught by everyone in screaming distance. There is a very high probability that those hoodlums will turn tail and run if someone finds themselves cornered by some hoodlums on a dimly lit street in the middle of the night and presses the alarm button.
However, let us say that your attacker is actually deaf, stupid, high on drugs or all three by some horrible coincidence and is not as dissuaded by the 130 decibel alarm as one would expect. While this situation is far less than ideal, it is still very likely that everyone is not deaf in a quarter mile radius and will be inclined to look in the direction from which the alarm comes, at which point others will see what is going on and probably call the police or maybe even assist you yourself.
So next time you have Grandma’s 65th birthday coming up and can’t think about what to buy for a 65-year-old, please remember that the gift of life can be as easy as giving the personal alarm keychain. Please also note that not just for seniors, but college students, parents, husbands, daughters, and everyone else you meet is mugged with fantastic gift ideas.