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It's time to make people hear what you have to say! We want you to speak loud and clear without straining your voice - and we have the perfect thing in store to make that happen.

SwimOutlet provides a large selection of lifeguard equipment for every budget you need: lifeguard chairs, lifeguard bags and lifeguard whistles.Whether you're a swimming coach, lifeguard, or someone who has very loud opinions, these sound devices will help you. And for people who don't want to talk but feel like pointing something out, we have air horns for you to use.


Little Effort, Big Voice


When you're at the pool, it may require a big effort to let people hear your voice from far across. Everyone's having a good time, swimming and splashing in the water, and there may be music blasting through the speakers. At that point, you want something that helps you project and magnifies your voice without leaving you with a sore throat after.


Make Your Point Get Across


When was the last time you shouted something, and someone heard you at the other side of the pool? It's almost impossible for that to happen - especially if we're talking about Olympic pools. 

Get your point across no matter how big the pool is with one of our megaphones.


Loud and Clear


The right megaphone won't be loud alone - but loud and clear. We don't want people to hear a big noise coming from afar - we want them to listen to what you have to say!

Our selection of megaphones includes options featuring different wattages; that way, you can pick the perfect one for you - and say what you have to say no matter what.

How loud do megaphone get?

It depends on the megaphone you're using! Some can get, at the very loudest, to 90 dB. While that may say nothing to you, we can give you a few examples to help you understand that number. A vacuum cleaner can get to 75 dB, heavy traffic is usually at 85 dB, the subway is at 90 dB, and a chainsaw can get to 105 dB.

What are sound devices used for?

Megaphone helps you speak louder than you could ever possibly shout. They are perfect for lifeguards or coaches at big pools who need to direct someone in one way or the other. People would have a hard time speaking to someone on the other side of the pool without a megaphone.

What is a good megaphone?

The perfect megaphone for you is loud enough for everyone to hear without deafening anyone's ears. Make sure you get something powerful enough without going overboard. The more watts a megaphone has, the louder it gets. Most prefer something between 5 and 50 watts.