When was the last time you checked the battery in your TASER device?

Posted by Jennifer Chan on 1/16/18 3:43 PM

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In order to function properly, TASER devices need their batteries replaced every couple of years--depending on use. While batteries are designed to last about 2 years in a device, you should test the battery at least once a month. Both TASER Pulse and TASER Bolt have a built-in, color coded battery indicator. On the Pulse, this is located just below the rear sight. The TASER Bolt's indicator is found with the trigger button towards the front of the device. The color code is listed below:

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New Year, Smarter, Safer You

Posted by Anthony Carli on 1/16/18 12:00 PM

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January is National Personal Self Defense Awareness Month. As you focus on your goals for 2018, take some time to review your self-defense plan and reduce your safety risks by taking the steps to be prepared.

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6 Tips to Prep Your Home for Holiday Travel

Posted by Jennifer Chan on 12/11/17 2:12 PM

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Whether you’ve been anticipating that father-son ski trip for months, or dreading the annual visit to the wife’s in-laws for twice as long – travel is synonymous with winter and the holidays.

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Announcing The Lightning Club!

Posted by Anthony Carli on 11/19/17 12:00 PM

 

Here at TASER, we know that not everyone is comfortable with using their device right out of the box. That's why we're excited to announce The Lighting Club, a monthly subscription program that equips you with cartridges while also coaching your practice so you can get comfortable with your device and be confident in self-defense situations. 

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We're Coming to You, New Jersey!

Posted by Anthony Carli on 10/20/17 12:00 PM

On Sunday, New Jerseyans will score a victory: The ban on TASER products will be lifted across the state, allowing consumers to legally own products like the TASER Pulse and Bolt!

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"Bolts Against Breast Cancer" Auction FAQs

Posted by Anthony Carli on 10/16/17 1:49 PM

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A PSA on ATM Safety

Posted by Anthony Carli on 8/16/17 12:00 PM

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Using an ATM is a pretty ordinary task. You walk up, withdraw some cash, deposit a check - whatever it may be - and you’re on your way. However, in this day-and-age, criminals have become much more adept at accessing your account information and savings through underhanded technological schemes. Sounds crazy, right? Let’s explore some of the ways YOU can prevent yourself from becoming a victim of ATM thieves.

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3 Running Apps That Will Change The Way You Run

Posted by Anthony Carli on 6/8/17 12:00 PM

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Technology has wiggled its way into every facet of our daily lives, primarily due to society’s reliance on the utility and availability of mobile applications. Apps can wake you in the morning, start your car, enable your home security system, stream your favorite songs, contact friends and family - all at the touch of a button. Runners have begun utilizing various applications to track their exercise and maintain their safety as well; however, which single application is best? Let’s take a look at some of the most effective apps on the market:

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Top 10 Back-to-School Safety Tips

Posted by Anthony Carli on 6/5/17 1:51 PM

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It's back-to-school season! Incoming freshmen are moving into their first college dorms, returning students are jumping back into the hustle and bustle of campus life, and seasoned professors are preparing their lecture plans for the semester. What could go wrong?

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The Headphone Dilemma

Posted by Anthony Carli on 5/31/17 12:00 PM

It’s safe to say everyone appreciates the company of an MP3 player while running. Some blast a playlist through their earbuds, lighting a fire throughout their muscles. Others value softer music that enhances the serenity of a mid-morning run around the neighborhood. Regardless of musical preference, the distractive nature of an MP3 player can result in a severe lack of awareness and an increased vulnerability to hazards on your run.

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