HyperWhistle Review: Hands-on Testing

Contents0.1 Mobile phone cover that changes colors.1 HyperWhistle Pros – Colorful, Unique Design. HyperWhistle Cons – Not Waterproof 1.1 The world’s first $1,000,000 idea.1.2 Your tailor for any occasion.1.3 Understanding the chemistry of your water and …

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Do you know what time it is? It’s prepper time! There are so many things to worry about these days. What will happen when the zombie apocalypse occurs? Will we be able to survive nuclear fallout from North Korea or Iran? The last thing that any of us want is for our families to end up in a fire-fight with looters trying to get their hands on our supplies. That’s why I’m here today, telling you about my HyperWhistle review and how it can help your family if disaster strikes. Let me start by saying that this whistle has been tested extensively by myself and other preppers. All of them have given this product rave reviews because they know how important it can be during those tough times ahead…

1. What would you say are the biggest advantages of having a survival whistle?

2. Have you ever seen people use whistles in their everyday lives for a survival situation?

3. When you are lost, what device to do you want to have on your person that will help others find them the fastest?

4. Does anyone ever leave food hanging out or something where hunters could get it? And if so, how do they keep it safe and away from animals when they go hunting themselves?

5. In an urban environment, is there some place that could easily start a fire without any equipment or cookware needed using improvised materials found around them like rocks and sticks, leaves and branches underbrush etc.?

HyperWhistle Pros – Colorful, Unique Design. HyperWhistle Cons – Not Waterproof 

I used to think that whistles were just another small, lightweight item I would pack in my bag. One day during a hike though the mountains with friends we saw two deer standing at approximately 150 yards away across a gorge and they hadn’t heard us coming because of how loud it was without any sound from wind or water nearby. We all took turns blowing our whistle as loudly as possible for about five minutes until one finally got their attention running back towards us before crossing over the bridge on into some woods below where we could not see them anymore but knew they had found safety once again thanks to those humble little pieces of equipment people barely give much thought too, making sure everyone is seen so no more animal lives are lost needlessly like these beautiful

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As a college student, I have had to use my phone as an alarm clock many times. One of the things that really annoys me is when it wakes up on its own at 4am and then chimes in with some annoying pop song ringtone because for whatever reason someone texted you or something like that while you were sleeping (yes this actually happens).

Whistles can be used to signal from long distances, serve as communication devices between members within groups, and scare away wildlife. While not all whistles are created equal- Hyperwhistle’s innovative design makes them worth experimenting with! As such, I’m excited about today’s review: we’ll explore how they look different than other whistles found on market shelves–greater

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The HyperWhistle is the loudest whistle in the world, capable of up to 142dB. The whistles body is large and round with a tri-frequency design for extra volume control. This material also makes it naturally buoyant so you can take your favorite device anywhere without worry!

Understanding the chemistry of your water and what it means to you.


This Hyperwhistle is perfect for the outdoorsman looking to protect their hearing. It includes a whistle, an easy-to-detach clip on lanyard, and soft ear protection that makes this product great not only for hiking but also hunting or any other outdoor activity in which loud noise can be hazardous.

After removing the contents of the package I quickly attached a black lanyard to my new whistle and took it out to try it in my garage. However, as soon as I put my mouth on the mouthpiece, we all know what happened next! The sound that came from this one was so high pitched but loud that even though you knew not to do anything like use whistles inside an enclosed space; when something goes wrong with them they’re still stuck around your neck or at least hung up somewhere close by for easy retrieval later down the line if needed. Luckily mine had been secured around me just before disaster struck because once again- DUH YOU KNEW THAT ALREADY BUT MOVING ON UP

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I blew into the mouthpiece and, while it didn’t sound as bad this time around, I still couldn’t go back to my breath-holding method. The whistle was piercingly loud so much that even nearby dogs began barking! It’s a triple frequency design which is different than other whistles because it has three separate chambers (or something like that).

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The whistle is naturally buoyant and can still be used under a variety of water conditions. I simulated dropping the whistle in my sink, but it floated to the top like Pandora’s box with its contents safe from harm.

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I think it’s important to make sure your emergency whistle is working before you leave home. I found out mine was broken when my sink started filling up with water, and the only way for me to be able to get help would have been if someone happened by at just that moment! Luckily they did not see this happen as it all took place in a matter of seconds; however, I realized how crucial safety whistles are on an extended backpacking trip where there may not always be people around.

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I then held the whistle 2 feet above my kitchen sink (the exact measurement doesn’t really matter or have any bearing on whether or not ours works) and released from grip while holding onto its lanyard attached securely about one foot below the

A few weeks ago I was amazed to find out that this whistle works underwater. It is a product of modern engineering and scientific research, which I will not bore you with the details of but have included some facts below about what makes it work in water so well!

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This innovative device has been created using materials such as plastic or metal-based alloys like brass and bronze. These are used because they do not corrode quickly when exposed to saltwater for long periods while still maintaining their shape due to being resistant from expansion by heat or chemical reactions common among many other metals.

With the sink filled up, I placed a whistle in my mouth and took a huge breath. Placing it underwater, I blew with all of my might- but no sound! Why not? Could this be some sort of magic trick to break the boredom like they do on TV shows for kids? Whatever works right?! So then I tried again – blowing as hard as possible until bubbles came out from both ends (that’s how you know your lungs are bursting!). Still nothing. Hmmm… Maybe because it was only halfway submerged into water that there wasn’t enough pressure for me to blow through!? Well one thing led to another and soon I had taken off my glasses so that when fully submerging myself beneath the surface everything would go better. And

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I always get excited when I am given the opportunity to try out a new product from Amazon. The HyperWhistle is one of my favorites so far! You may need earplugs, however it’s worth getting your hands on this whistle for its loudness alone. Plus you will be able to make yourself heard underwater with just some practice and patience!  As an added bonus, the Hyperwhistle can also be used as a dog deterrent or remote control toy in cases where these are needed but don’t have them handy- very cool indeed 🙂

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*Edit: A recent update has made me feel like all of my hard work was going down the drain… My hypothesis that “the whistles works under water” seemed

I am not disappointed that the whistle doesn’t float and that it doesn’t work underwater. To be fair, I do not know when I would ever use it underwater. The mouthpiece is larger than most whistles but this does come with a nice lanyard and ear protectors (wear the ear protectors!). This whistle is incredibly affordable which means you can get more of them in case one gets lost!

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I just thought it would be cool if they were right. When considering the low price point, the 142 dB range, and its ease of use I am going to recommend having one for everyone in your family. In fact, after looking into a few more options I’m already ordering another one–but next time purple! Thanks for reading and remember to wear ear protection!