The ITW Survival Whistle is capable of producing over 100 decibels of sound to summon help in emergency situations. The ITW Survival Whistle is equally at home on land, sea, desert, jungle or city streets. It is the ultimate safety whistle.
This is a nice whistle, it's durable, peeless (so it doesn't rattle around), the lanyard hole holds strong and hasn't broken off after a few months of hanging off of an infantryman's kit. It's a nice compact size that can be easily stuffed into pouches and still be yanked out by the lanyard when needed. The polymer never gets too hot or cold to touch and doesn't make noise banging into other things on your load bearing kit. And, of course, the price is right. All that said, it is not suitable for use as a lift/shift signal. It's just not loud enough. It is also relatively high pitched as whistles go.
I've bought lots of different whistles to use in activities like scuba diving, long-distance motorcycling, etc., over the years. This one is easily the loudest I've ever heard. having a pocket clip, a lanyard hole as well as built-in floatation is a great design. If you're ever in a situation where attracting attention might save your life, you need this whistle.
What can I say, it is a orange whistle that I paid about dollar for....
I bought a wooden whistle, but it wooden whistle
So I bought a steel whistle, but it steel wooden whistle
I bought a tin whistle..... Now I tin whistle!
But the orange whistle is pretty good!
You can quote me on this!