Ultimate Survival Technologies JetScream

Retailers' Descriptions

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The JetScream emergency whistle from Ultimate Survival Technologies issues a powerful, 122dB shriek that carries over background noise and long distances so you can signal for help when it's critical.


The Ultimate Survival Technologies Jetscream Whistle sends your distress call loud and clear. Its pea-less design resists freezing and works even when wet. Reaching 120Db, this whistle can be heard over nearly any natural or man-made noise.

- Mountain Gear

JetScream provides an amazing 122Db, ear-piercing shriek above most natural or man-made noises Includes a short lanyard attachment to hook it to a key chain, purse, backpack, or wrist Even works when wet Length: 2.3" Weight: 8.5g Item Specifications Includes Whistle with mini-lanyard

- Mountains Plus

The JetScream Whistle focuses manmade air streams through harmonically tuned chambers to create a piercing shriek audible over most other natural and manmade noises. Due to its pea-less design, JetScream even works when wet, making it the perfect accompaniment to all outdoor activities near rivers, lakes, or oceans. Flat enough to fit in your pocket and attached to a lanyard, the JetScream is just as useful in the city as it is in the woods. The JetScream can be found in the survival kits of some of the most elite government forces, including the United States Air Force and the Navy Seals.Size: Length: 2.3 inches (5.8 cm) Weight: 0.3 oz (8.5g).

- Campmor

Ultimate Survival Technologies JetScream

previously retailed for:
$4.73 - $6.99

The Ultimate Survival Technologies JetScream is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 2, 2015 at REI.

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