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Nitecore NWS10 120 dB Titanium Survival Emergency Whistle
Nitecore NSW10 Emergency Whistle


 
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Price: $19.95


Product Code: WS-NITE-NWS10
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NiteCore NWS10 is the loudest emergency whistle on the market. You can effortlessly produce 120 decibel sound. Made of titanium alloy, NWS10 is durable, lightweight and compact. You can put on your keychain or hang around the neck. Ideal for boating, scuba diving, hikers and personal safety. Widely used by Security, Military, Police, and crime prevention units.

Features

  • Maximum sound intensity of 120 decibels
  • Portable and ultra lightweight at only 0.17 oz
  • Constructed from polished TC4 titanium alloy for durability and aesthetic appeal
  • Biocompatible, nontoxic to humans
  • Corrosion resistant, sturdy and durable
  • Single chambered design emits a high pitched frequency for further distance
  • Utilizes a precision Teflon resonator, high or low temperature-resistant
  • Works in wet or dry conditions
Specification:
  • Maximum sound intensity: 120 decibels
  • Dimensions: 2.05”×0.28”×0.28” (52×7×7mm)
  • Weight: 0.17oz (4.7grams)
Content in Package: Whistle, Key chain
Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »


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NWS10 Whistle April 12, 2019
Reviewer: RandallH from Golden Colorado  
I just received my copy. The pitch is really high. A lower frequency would carry sound further. Compared it to my Vargo Ti Whitle, which is louder. I do like the solid one piece build of the body of the NWS10. The Vargo is not one piece which could be a failure point. I plan on using on 550 paracord around my neck with fire rod, compass, Photon micro LED and tweezers. Not sure which whistle I will use, NWS does not seem loud enough and to high of pitch to carry sound but is a solid build

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Used it on the bear ... still kinda soft to me August 6, 2017
Reviewer: Stanley Yee from San Francisco, CA United States  
It was useful when I was doing a solo on the beginning legs of the backpacking.
It did kinda deter a cub from my 2nd campsite ... the mother bear was nearby ...
It kinda sounded soft ... compared to the STORM whistle (Bulky). I might op out for the double chamber one.

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