When you get in trouble, and you don’t know right from wrong, give a little whistle! The Timaze TTi-086 is a unique titanium whistle that looks like a piece of bamboo. It produces up to a 120-decibel sound and is resistant to corrosion. It comes in six finishes: gray, silver, black, gold, blue, and rose gold.
A traditional brass whistle seems like a very simple device, but as Pask Makes shows us, it takes time, skill, and precision to build one from scratch. He built the body of the whistle by cutting and bending a sheet of brass, then soldering on its top shell to eliminate air gaps. It took some trial and error to get it to make a sound.
Montreal, Canada outfit MonkeymenCo sells custom accessories for knives along with EDC items. Among them is this dual-chamber survival whistle, machined from high-quality titanium. It produces a high-frequency sound, making it audible from quite a distance. They also make a different design with a bead-blasted finish.
Improve your chances of survival in the wild with Tacray’s high-quality titanium whistle. With a hard enough blow, it can crank out up to a 120-decibel sound, getting your emergency alert out far and wide. Comes in oxidized purple/blue or plain titanium finishes.
The slide whistle is one of the goofiest-sounding musical instruments out there. Now, thanks to the engineering smarts of mitxela, we’ve now got a way for a computer to play music on a slide whistle using MIDI commands. It uses a pair of servos and a scissor mechanism to move the slide, and a pump to blow into it.
This extremely loud whistle pushes out an ear-splitting 143db at full volume, making it great as a survival or emergency tool for drawing attention quickly and from a distance. It even works when wet. Keep in mind, it’s so loud, you’ll want to wear the included earplugs when blowing it.
You never know when you’ll be stuck in an emergency where you need to call for help. Whether you’re lost in the woods, or being attacked by a gang of thugs (or bears), this super-loud titanium whistle will draw attention to your precarious situation. Works in wet or dry environments, and is great on a keychain or lanyard.
Lord Vinheteiro is best known for his piano talents, but it turns out he’s quite adept at playing the slide whistle as well. Listen up as he performs 10 popular meme songs on this goofy and basic wind instrument. The Slide whistle version of Mad World sounds so wrong it’s right.
WIRED introduces us to Sean Lomax, International Grand Champion whistler. With years of practice honing his unique skill, Sean has delighted audiences around the world. Along the way, he provides some tricks and techniques to improve your own whistling abilities. One of his secrets? Eat a peach before you pucker up and blow.
When you get in trouble and you don’t know right from wrong… give a little whistle! This titanium keychain whistle from WE Knife should do the trick rather nicely, with a blaring 120-decibel output, you’ll be heard from quite a distance should you get into trouble. Available with a blue, purple, or green tinge of color.