Welcome to the NEW Cheaper Than Dirt online store! Same great prices and availability, now optimized for your mobile phone!
| Next

WWII Air Raid Siren Hand Held Military Reproduction 100 Decibels

 
Multiple Manufacturers
16227000
MLT-4534
MLT-4534
Ships from Warehouse 1
Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
We regret that this item is not available at this time.
Can we ship this to you?
  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
Need to sound the alarm? This hand crank air siren uses no electricity, but generates a 550 hertz scream at over 100 decibels. All aluminum and steel construction, weighs 2.65 pounds 
Total number of Reviews: 4

Submit a review

5.0 5
"I love this siren. It is very rugged and heavy duty and gets really loud. I can think of tons of fun and serious uses for it. I can take it to the lake house and signal boats creating a wake in my no-wake zone canal, or crank it up just to holler at people for fun. When I got it, it certainly became the topic of conversation and all my friends who have played with it have decided they need one too! Pretty great comparable price as well."
– starsnspikes75
5.0 5
"I purchased this item because as a kid I had always wanted one. It goes with my military collection anyway, but my wife was not to thrilled at the siren when I pulled it out of the box, but the kids love it. It can get extremely loud once you really crank the handle and probably would be a good thing to wear ear plugs if you do this in a closed room. Outside it is great, although bear in mind someone might think there is something going on with this thing blarring away. Appears well made, comes with a nice carrying case, oh did I mention that it is very loud? But as soon as you pull this siren out it becomes the center of attention. Worth the price."
– scotsmanJ
5.0 5
"Spectacular. Great fun. Very loud!!!"
– Foramen
5.0 5
"Very well made, I was surprised how solid it was. Handle collapses and easily fits into the camo carry bag that it comes in. A hit at the office, a hit with friends, this pays for itself the first time you wind it up!"
– Brett Nicholson