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The JetScream Survival Whistle - Product Review

Updated on July 1, 2014

How to use a JetScream Survival Whistle

The JetScream survival whistle is a pea-less, light weight, low profile, communication and signaling tool. It works in the wilderness or in an urban setting. The 122Db whistle is audible over long distances and over urban noise. Blowing on the whistle takes less energy than yelling and can be maintained for a longer time. It is as simple as placing the whistle in your mouth and blowing.

It order to be found or helped you must be heard. The JetScream will increase your chances of being heard. The international symbol of distress is a series of three signals such as three blasts of a whistle or three flashes of a mirror or flashlight. The longer you can keep the signal going; the better your chances of rescue.

The JetScream whistle by Ultimate Survival Technologies is an inexpensive way to increase your chances of survival. It is useful in the wild, in urban areas or marine applications. It works when wet and will not freeze or clog because it is pea-less.

It weighs 0.3 ounces and is easily carried in a pocket or pack and can be worn around the neck or on the wrist. Your children can use this tool with very little training. Your safety and the safety of your family and friends is not something to take lightly. By taking some simple precautions you can increase the chances of survival should a situation arise. This whistle is one of them. There is no good excuse not to.

Now is the time to prepare to survive.


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    • GNelson profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Florida

      princesswithapen, Good idea. My kids and grandkids all got one for Christmas along with a mirror. Hope they use them.

    • princesswithapen profile image


      6 years ago

      Nice hub! A friend who is about to embark on a mother of all camping trip may find this useful. I'm sharing this hub with him.


    • GNelson profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from Florida

      Outbound Dan,

      Glad to hear you are prepared. As you know, it is amazing what a little preparation can do for your safety. Thanks stopping by.

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      Dan Human 

      6 years ago from Niagara Falls, NY

      Very cool - I've been carrying one of these jet scream whistles from UST for a couple years now - they are fantastic and very loud. A whistle is something everyone in the outdoors should carry.


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