The best possible advertisement for the
Safecity range of anti rape personal protection alarms are the
constant flow of praise from customers who have used the personal
alarms to escape a sexual assault, rape or mugging. |
seven million alarms sold world wide, the Safecity range of personal alarms
are at the forefront of harm minimization, crime prevention and
Anti Rape Device
"I would just like to praise you on
your product that was used to great effect by my wife last week on her
way to work. Last year she
became the victim to a potential rapist whilst travelling on West
Midland public transport. I insisted that after that attack that she
carry two of your products on her person at all times (Bright
Knight and Trident).
Rape Prevention Device
Last week she recognised the same person
on the bus, as she left the bus she noticed that the male had moved
around the bus and realised he would intercept her around the corner
away from the general public. She prepared both alarms as the male
went to grab her she let fire.
Anti-Rape Device and police apprehension
Although very distressed by the whole
affair, the Police now have someone in custody and my wife is safe,
which has been my main concern. Keep up the good work."
Mr. G. G.,
Leicester, 11th march, 2003
Defence against mugging
"I wanted to pass on my thanks for a
wonderful product which has prevented any serious harm to my fiancÚ
after an attempted mugging. Please pass on my thanks"
Andrew R., 7th April, 2003
Anti Rape Sexual
Assault Prevention Device
"Home carer Miss.
A.W., Aged 24 was assaulted by the pervert as she left the sheltered
accommodation flats. Mrs. W. who was 13 weeks pregnant at the time of
the attack, was saved only by her personal rape alarm".
The Observer, Slough, England, 4th
"A man wielding a screwdriver ripped open a
Cambridge student's coat and slashed her across the chest and cheek.
The man also punched her, but fled when she triggered her personal
Cambridge Evening News, England, October 31st, 1994.
Police say an
elderly woman savagely bashed in her home for the second time in five
months would have been killed if not for a personal alarm. She managed
to free one arm and reach the Walk Easy (high pitched) alarm which was
on a nearby table."
Telegraph, Australia. February, 1993.