The holidays are upon us, and if you’re like most people, you’re probably just getting around to your holiday gift shopping. You could settle for another scented candle or gimmicky tie. Or this year, you could think outside the gift box and give the gift that keeps on giving: safety.
We understand that you and your family’s safety is a top priority. That’s why we are excited to announce we have partnered with Sezzle is a payment solution that empowers you to “Buy Now and Pay Later” with simple, interest-free installment plans. In this post we will talk about all the details of Sezzle including how it works and how to use it. So let’s get started.
Whether you’re attending the work costume party, bringing your kids to their school’s festival, or staying at home and dishing out treats – use these tips and make the most of this year’s Halloween. Here are 5 tips for your Halloween adventures this year.
As businesses return to in-person work, it’s going to take a little time for us to dust off our commuting routines and remember the little details that keep us safe as we get around.
You’ve probably noticed by now that we’re a little obsessed with safety over here at TASER Self-Defense. So as our people look into making their commute by car, foot, bike or public transit, we invited them to share their tips for safer commuting, no matter how you choose to get yourself from A to B.
Summer is all about sunshine, warm temperatures and having fun in the great outdoors. Of course, that summer weather we all love so much can also produce some pretty crazy weather, like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires and even dust storms. That’s why it’s always a good idea to be prepared for an emergency before it happens.
This week, we’re highlighting James Hiromasa, CEO of Colorado Krav Maga, Inc., TASER Civilian Instructor, and author of Amazon best seller, How to Be A Super Hero. Read on to get his perspective on personal safety and why he recommends the TASER Pulse+ device to his clients.
June is National Safety Month, and this month we’re bringing the safety conversation to you by talking to our civilian TASER trainers and asking them to share their tips for personal safety.
This week, we spoke to Denny Chapman, owner and operator of Florida TASER Training. Denny is an Authorized TASER Civilian Product Dealer and Certified Civilian TASER Trainer, specializing in the Pulse+ and StrikeLight products. Denny is a former Law Enforcement Officer, Media Host and Professional Mounted Shooting competitor. He has served as host of GunTV and was a cast member of History Channel’s Top Shot. Denny is also an NRA Certified Firearms Instructor/Chief Range Safety Officer with more than 30 years of firearms competition, self-defense and teaching experience. His areas of specialty include self-defense, firearms and TASER device instruction, and mounted shooting.
Movies and TV shows have taught us that tucking your device straight into a pocket or waistband is the cool way to carry. It may look cool, but safety experts will tell you that, like many things in Hollywood, you should ignore the cool way to do something and use the safe way instead.
COVID-19 has upended all of our lives in some way or another. Shelter-in-place orders have created a lot of uncertainty, and being homebound is throwing a lot of old routines out the window.
But while today’s “new normal” looks a lot different than it did a few months ago, one thing hasn’t changed: the need to keep you and your family safe and healthy. And even though you’re stuck at home, there are plenty of things you can do to put a new spin on old habits and be prepared for when the world opens up once more.
When she’s not heading up TASER Self-Defense marketing efforts, Jennifer can be found exploring the PNW trails near her Seattle area home or experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen. We talked to Jen and learned more about what keeps her going both at home and work, and her approach to self-defense and safety.