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Tripwire & Personal Alarm: The eAlarm + from BASU – $16 And Worth The Investment

Basu contacted me and offered to sponsor a review of their
eAlarm +. Having seen one like this in the past, I thought yeah, let’s see what’s new about this one. Pretty cool little item and for only $16, it’s really worth checking out.

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11 thoughts on “Tripwire & Personal Alarm: The eAlarm + from BASU – $16 And Worth The Investment

  1. I actually have this eAlarm, but I have it set up much different/smarter way than you showed!!! I put the carabiner not through the removeable cap/trigger like you showed(4:35). Because if you do that then your pulling off the eAslerm itself to activate the sound, leaving only the cap/trigger attached to your carabiner/belt loop. Once the alarm itself is pulled off it’s no longer attached to your carabiner/belt and you can easily then drop the alarm itself and the sound would no longer be directly attached you anymore!!! What I actually did was put the carabiner through the lanyard hole that’s part of the eAlarm itself(plastic body) then clip the carabiner to my belt loop. I then used paracord to tie a Chris Reeve style lanyard to the removeable cap/trigger. Then to set off the eAlarm all I had to do was then pull the lanyard which removes the cap/trigger, leaving the eAlarm clipped to my carabiner/belt loop. With the eAlarm going off still clipped to my carabiner/belt loop I can easily move around without having to hold the eAlarm in my hands or worrying about dropping it!!!

  2. Could be useful have a 2 yr old and a pool nice alarm to let me know if the pool door gets opened if Iā€™m upstairs or something šŸ‘šŸ˜.

  3. Ha. I did something similar as well. Actually bought it for a few dollars shipped from one of the Chinese sites. Although not sure if I would give a loved one something that cheap but if you wanted a bunch for a perimeter.

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