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Portland, Oregon: Due to recent attacks on seniors, this new safety device is being given away for FREE to seniors!

Ryan Stewart
Updated Feb 27th, 2024

After a recent increase of attacks on seniors, police are urging older residents to carry a tiny new safety device that can easily be used against attackers.

And for a limited time, this new safety device is being given away for free to seniors, a safety initiative that came just in time for individuals like Ruth Miller, a 76-year-old woman from Portland, Oregon.

It was just a normal day at the grocery store for Ruth Miller... until everything went horribly wrong.

She had just left the store carrying her grocery bags, and was walking to her car when the unthinkable happened.

"I wasn't parked too far away, it was about a 60 second walk or so to my car from the store," she remembers, "and I kind of had that feeling I was being watched."

Right as she was unlocking her car, a man quickly came up behind her and tried to grab her.

"He told me 'don't fight, give me your wallet!' as he tried to wrestle my purse away. I was in shock. Luckily for me I remembered I had my SafeBuzz Personal Alarm on my purse, and since I was too scared to scream for help, I quickly reached for the alarm and pulled the pin."

"Immediately my SafeBuzz Personal Alarm started just screaming. I mean it was REALLY SCREAMING. He didn't know what to do! He froze for a second, then ran away like a bat out of hell! People heard the alarm and started yelling and running over to help. They said it was the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm that got their attention."

While Ruth was lucky enough to be carrying a SafeBuzz Personal Alarm, allowing her to escape her attacker unscathed, others weren't so lucky...

In the month of January alone, police have reported a dramatic increase in attacks targeting seniors, with many suffering serious injuries and financial loss.

"This trend of targeting seniors is deeply disturbing, but it's a harsh reality we have to deal with. It is absolutely imperative that our elderly residents stay on high alert and protect themselves by carrying a SafeBuzz Personal Alarm."

After her attack, Ruth bought the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm for her sisters, daughters, grandchildren and all of her friends. People often attach it to purses, keys and backpacks.

"After the attack, I immediately bought 10 more SafeBuzz Personal Alars for all of my friends and family. Now I know the people I care about most will be safe."

With the current free giveaway, there's been an unprecedented rush of people eager to obtain the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm at no cost.

This surge in demand, however, has led to a substantial shortage in availability, raising concerns about how much longer this free giveaway will last. Authorities and community leaders alike are urging seniors to act swiftly and get their free safety alarm while they still can.

So, What Exactly Is The SafeBuzz Personal Alarm?

The SafeBuzz Personal Alarm is a safety device capable of creating a 125db sound that attracts attention and scares away potential assailants. To compare, it’s the same volume as a military jet during takeoff.

It’s also simple to use. Instead of having a button that could easily be pressed by accident, the SafeBuzz device utilizes a pull-pin. Once pulled, the device emits its ear-piercing sound for up to 30 continuous minutes, or until the pin is replaced.

It can be reused over and over, and it easily attaches to purses, keys, and backpacks. It’s also small enough to fit in your pocket. But it packs a wallop.

Born Out of Tragedy

Paul Davidson, the inventor of the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm, knows all too well the type of situation that Ruth found herself in.

“I’ll never forget picking up the phone and hearing the news,” Paul says.

Paul’s own daughter Michelle had just graduated high school and had planned to celebrate with some friends at a local restaurant. Running late, she told her friends to grab a table and she would meet them inside.

But she never showed up.

When she was late to dinner, her friends tried calling her phone, but Michelle didn’t pick up. After waiting for over an hour, they knew something was wrong. It was extremely unusual that Michelle would just blow off plans. They called the police, who came and investigated.

Michelle’s purse was found in the parking lot. To this day, no one has heard from her.

“I pray everyday for Michelle to return to us,” Paul Davidson says, “And I never want any parent to go through what we’ve gone through. Michelle’s the whole inspiration for the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm.”

After Michelle’s disappearance, Paul started researching the circumstances surrounding abductions.

"Police say the number-one reason that leads to successful kidnappings is the victim cannot make noise," Davidson, 52, says. "The kidnapper tries to keep the victim’s mouth shut. The ability to easily make noise is absolutely crucial."

Hearing this statistic gave Paul the idea for the focal point of the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm.

“I had two main focuses,” Paul says. “To make it as accessible and as loud as possible.”

But, Paul Davidson is hoping for more than just a kidnapping deterrent. He wants to help stop all kinds of crimes.

"It can be used in so many different situations," he says. "Parents can give it to their kids as an extra layer of protection. Teenagers can use it so they can feel safe walking home. Women can know it’s there when they have to use the parking garage at night. My mother, who is 78 years old, carries it around in case she falls and needs to alert people for help. I only wish I’d have thought of it earlier..."

Ruth's story is a story Paul Davidson hears almost every day—how his SafeBuzz Personal Alarm device was able to help someone in need.

"But I never get tired of hearing it," he says with a smile.

Police Recommended

Police have been recommending the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm since it first hit the market, and the movement is beginning to pick up steam.

In fact, Since its debut, SafeBuzz has been in a state of constant flux, shifting between IN STOCK to SOLD OUT nearly every other week...

And, it’s also amassed tons of loyal followers worldwide...

SafeBuzz has quickly developed a loyal following with over 7,000 5-star reviews. Here's what people are saying:

I wanted to get a professional’s opinion on the effectiveness of SafeBuzz, so I talked to Chief of Police Jeff Strum. Here’s his take:

My own personal experience with the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm in action...

I was attending a Women Against Violence conference when I first learned about this new safety device. Paul Davidson gave us a demonstration at the conference in which he warned us and told us to cover our ears. Then, he pulled the pin…

It was unbelievable. We were at an outdoor venue, and it felt like the noise was just filling up the entire field. It was easy to see how it stuns the attacker and attracts attention. It was simply the loudest thing I’ve ever experienced.

After a few seconds, Paul relieved us by re-inserting the pin, shutting off the noise.

When I spoke with Paul, he let me examine the SafeBuzz for myself. I was impressed with the quality… it felt solid in my hand and I could tell it wasn’t something cheap that would break if dropped or anything like that. And the pin was big enough where if you were fumbling around for it but you couldn’t see it for whatever reason, you’d still be able to pull it when you needed to.

Plus, the battery will last more than 3 months if you pull the pin 100 times in that time period. I’d say that’s pretty good.

Paul even gave me a SafeBuzz as a gift, which I in turn gave to my mother, as she lives alone and needs to alert somebody if something happens.

How much does it cost? (And is it worth the price?)

The SafeBuzz is normally sold online for $39.95. However, due to the recent attacks on seniors, the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm is being given away for FREE as part of a safety initiative to help protect seniors. Yes, you read that right – FREE! All you have to do is cover the cost of shipping.

While the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm was originally made to protect younger women and children, massive orders are coming in from seniors everywhere, and it is quickly becoming the most popular gift idea in 2023.

As far as value, it’s definitely worth the price, especially right now while you can get it for free. Knowing that my mom is safe in case of a fall, or that my daughter is protected on the way home from school, the SafeBuzz has given me peace of mind that you simply can’t put a price tag on.

*Update:Thursday, January 04, 2024 - The SafeBuzz Personal Alarm is still currently being given away for free, but due to extremely high demand, the SafeBuzz Personal Alarm could run out of stock at any moment. We don’t know how much longer this free giveaway will last.

A one-time 50% discount is offered for first-time buyers.

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