|Silver chain 1||60cm||/||10.5g|
|Silver chain 2||60cm||/||9.25g|
|PU Leather cord||90cm||/||/|
In 1883, the British inventor (Joseph Hudson) invented this unique whistle, inspired by the sound of the violin. The British ACME manufacturer then improved the design of this whistle and used it on the battlefield.
During World War I, soldiers used bright, sharp-sounding anti-aircraft stanchions to signal evacuation and warning to the army.
The Nigle cabourn also often wears this whistle as a common accessory.