Titan FM Flashlight Stun Gun
In a world of violent crimes, it is necessary for consumers to have the upper hand against would-be perpetrators.
Golden Bridge Technology has developed a tool that, at first, appears to be an ordinary flashlight.
However, underneath the normal exterior, the small device hides a stun gun that packs a substantial charge of 85,000 volts.
With this voltage rating, a moderate blast lasting 1 to 3 seconds will cause an attacker to collapse. A full charge of 3 to 6 seconds will fully immobilize attackers, dropping them to the ground and leaving them dazed for several minutes.
Powering the unit is a 3.6V rechargeable battery, which is included.
Also included is a carrying case that allows for the device to easily be attached to a belt.
The Titan FM Flashlight Stun Gun retails for $39.99.
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