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Acme

Acme is the world's largest and most famous producer of whistles. The Acme brand was founded by Joseph Hudson, who previously worked as a farm assistant. He later moved to Birmingham, where he founded a whistle company. At first his business was small, but in 1883 a request came from the London Metropolitan Police. The police wanted to use the excellent properties of his whistle for better communication between the police officers. While testing a whistle, a police officer who blew his whistle was heard a mile away. This showed how good and exceptional those whistles were.

Over the next 135 years, Acme developed and patented more than 40 different types of whistles.

Today, these modern whistles such as the Tornado 2000 and Cyclone are used at top sporting events around the world. Here are just some of the sports and security organizations that use Acme whistles: NATO, FIFA, UN, FIMBRA, FINA.

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