Before surgeons are given a license to wield a scalpel, they undergo years of education and training to understand where vital structures in the human body are located. Though the TASER Pulse is far less complex, there is still a benefit to understanding where important features are located, both inside and outside of the device, to help you build confidence in your ability to use it for self-defense.
Valentine's Day is upon us, can you feel it in the air? While we hope Cupid has helped you find your true love this week, we all know that dating these days can be a risky proposition. Although dating apps have helped strangers connect in meaningful ways, there is justifiable nervousness that exists before the first date.
Providing you a useful list of lingo that we use when discussing TASER devices.
We're coming at you every Tuesday with tips and best-practices to help you gain confidence with your TASER device. So, from now on, Tuesday is training day, people!
Simple, everyday activities can seem insurmountable as pressure builds. We've all dropped game-winning passes, fumbled a line in an important presentation, or struggled to lock the front door when running late. Because a stressed-out brain can be a forgetful one, it is so important that TASER device owners, like you, take time to re-familiarize themselves with their device. That way, in a real-world situation, you're ready to protect yourself through instinct, not thought. This is why we launched The Lightning Club back in November 2017, and why we are starting our #TrainingTuesday series.
We headed up to the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show® in a rainy Las Vegas last week to check out the latest and greatest consumer products designed with security and self-defense in mind. There were an overwhelming number of products on display, but only a few were designed to help keep you safe. Here are the 3 products that made us swoon, and will help keep you secure in 2018.
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:
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.
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.