User Manual: Safety Alarms

Personal defense comes in many different forms, and sometimes we need to rely on the help of others. The Mark Alarm is a deterrent and designed to increase your safety by being convenient and accessible whenever you require. The alarm is intended to shock the attacker allowing escaping from the scene. The loud sound of 130 dB of Personal Alarm will make the attacker uncomfortable and he might take off as he does not want an audience. Mark has tied up with Salon Security, the UK to create this high-quality Personal Alarm to use in an emergency.


  • To activate the alarm, simply pull the key ring attachment out of the alarm.
  • To deactivate the alarm, replace the pin into the alarm
  • To light up the LED, simply press the grey button in front of the alarm.


  • Always wear alarm on your hand so it will be swiftly used.
  • Activate the alarm by pressing the small button on the front at the top right.
  • Deactivate the alarm by pressing the small button on the backside of the alarm.


  1. Female to shock and disorient an attacker by its sudden usage which provides a distraction so the user can escape.
  2. Children can use the alarm to attract nearby parents’ attention.
  3. Elderly can attract neighbors’ attention in distressed.
  4. People on Trekking can use it effectively to connect with people farther away.


Mark Safety Warrants the Alarms against any manufacturing defects for one (1) year from the date of purchase.


It is recommended that the alarm is tested regularly. If the alarm sounds weak, the batteries should be replaced. Remove the screw from the back cover and replace the battery noticing the correct polarity. The Unit operates on 3x LR44(or equivalent) button batteries.


  • When testing the alarm, make sure it is away from your ears.
  • Do not modify the alarm.
  • The wrist alarm sound can cause ear damage so to be kept out of reach of children and pets’ ears.
  • The performance may adversely affect if exposed to extreme temperatures.


Do not forget that an audible personal alarm should not be expected to provide a complete safeguard against assault and users should always take suitable precautions to reduce the risk of attack.