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Friday, September 12, 2008

Personal Alarms: Don't Leave Home Without Them

It's late at night and you just got off your nightshift job. You're walking to your car and hear someone's walking behind you. Good thing your father gave you that Personal Alarm with Flashlight for your protection. You have it handy in your coat pocket so keep your hand on it just in case. He approaches you...pull the pin...Piercing Noise....he runs away. Whew! That was close. Good thing you had that personal alarm with flashlight; and you thought you'd never use it. Not only that but the flashlight comes in handy when getting into your car or home in the dark.

A friend of mine gave one of these to her college student daughter and her daughter thought it was silly and wouldn't carry it. I just thought it was ridiculous. Why not give yourself some kind of protection if you don't know self defense and don't want to carry a real weapon like a Kubotan or Mace Pepper Spray or something. At least carry something to scare someone off. It could make a big difference in your personal safety and security. Protect your loved ones and enable them with one of these personal security devices. You'll be happy they have one.

Personal Alarm With Flashlight

Monday, July 14, 2008

University Campus Safety

Are you about to send your child off to college? Worried about self defense for college students against possible attacks? Well you should! The key to their safety is for them to be aware of their surroundings and to always travel with a buddy. But what about when they have to walk to class or back to the dorm or apartment, after dark, on their own? It's not always convenient to walk with someone else. They really should have some kind of protection with them. Whether it's Mace Pepper Spray or a Personal Alarm to scare off would be attackers make sure they have something. Check out our full service website for all the best personal protective devices for your college student at www.davesjoint.com

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Animal and Bear Repellant

You hear more and more about Bear sightings in suburbs in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Connecticut. People looking out their backyard windows and seeing hungry bears in their yards, searching garbage cans for food. Arm yourself with Guard Alaska Ultra Hot Pepper Spray or Mace Brand Bear Pepper Spray if you've heard of Bears in your neighborhood or anyplace nearby. You never know when you'll need it. If you go hiking or camping in the woods where bears are prevelant these Pepper Sprays can save your life. They are effective from a distance of 15 to 20 Feet. You wouldn't want to get any closer to a Grizzly Bear. Don't go hiking or camping without it.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Everybody In The Pool!

More than 900 children between 1 and 14 die each year in drowning accidents. In California, drowning is the number one cause of accidental death for children 1-4 years of age.

Soon people will be getting their pools ready for swimming weather. Halleluah! That means summer is around the corner. But is your pool child safe? If you have a pool and you don't have a pool alarm you should look into getting one. These simple devices can help prevent a real tragedy from happening and set your mind at ease that you have some kind of safeguard to keep you aware of an accidental fall into the pool. They clip on to the side of your pool and detect waves in the still water. You can adjust the sensitivity so that wind does not cause false alarms.

The Pool Alarm comes with a remote receiver which can be mounted in your home up to 200 feet from the main unit. It comes with a 12 volt power supply. The Pool Alarm uses one a 9-volt battery (not included) which should last approximately one year.

Monday, April 14, 2008

How to Child Safety Proof Your Home

My Seven Year Old Daughter just yelled from the bathroom "I cut myself"...

o-m-g It wasn't that bad. She was reaching for her toothbrush and cut herself on a disposable razor my wife left facing up in the toothbrush holder without a little plastic cover on it. Luckily just a little superficial scrape; coulda been allot worse. Moral of the story: You have to constantly pay attention to how you leave things around the house when you have youngin's in the house. Take a look around,pay attention to detail and you can find plenty of accidents waiting to happen. Just use your common sense and Child Safety Proof your house.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Happy Safe St Patty's Day

Hope Everyone has a Happy St Patty's Day! Drink responsibly! Always either have a Designated Driver (my wife is mine), or have a Personal Breathalyzer to know when your alright to drive after drinking.

Monday, February 25, 2008

My Sisters New First Aid and Rescue Supply Site

I'm excited! My sister Barbara has gone live with her new website http://www.firstaidandrescuesupply.com/. She's been an EMT for about six years and is very knowledgable on the subject of First Aid, Rescue, and Fire Safety supplies. She's also a Nursing Student and very informed on Medical and Health Care Supplies. Check out her new site for great deals on all kinds of First Aid and Rescue Supplies!

Monday, January 21, 2008

Kubotan Use

Here's a great video I found on Youtube demonstrating the use of Kubotans in action. Wikipedia defines Kubotans as "The Kubotan (sometimes spelled Kubaton) or self-defense keychain, is a close-combat self-defense weapon. It is essentially a shortened Yawara, usually 5.5 - 6 inches (14 - 15.25cm) long and slightly thicker than a marker pen. Typically attached to a keyring for convenience and concealment, the kubotan appears to be an innocuous key fob to the untrained eye. Often it is carried instead of or as a complement to pepper spray, with the advantage that it does not deplete or backfire due to wind direction." (More)

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