BASU to hand out free safety alarms to every college student in the U.S
With college students set to head back to school in about two months, a company called BASU recently announced that it will be giving away its powerful eAlarm device to students for free later this year. If you haven't heard of BASU's eAlarm device, the way it works is pretty straight forward. If a student is attacked or is perhaps about to enter an extremely dangerous situation, the eAlarm device can be separated into two pieces, a move which then activates an incredibly loud and grating 120 decibel sound that lasts for 30 minutes or until the parts of the eAlarm are reconnected.
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