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Monthly Archives: September 2014

  • When dogs keep coming

    I have a friends that are dog wardens, postal carriers, even joggers.  They all have something in common, they come in contact with unfamiliar dogs.  Luckily, there are items that can detour the four legs to stop charging.  Whether it be a spray or electronic repellent, I know my friends are safe.  So if you have a friend or family member that walks, jogs, works, or comes in contact with dogs, please have them carry a repellent.

  • Pen Knives

    I absolutely love my pen knife!  Whenever I am walking alone, I have my pen knife in my hand.  I hope to never use it, but if someone comes up from behind me, I am ready.  I like to think our world is still like Leave it to Beaver, but I am smart enough to know differently.

  • cell phone zapper

    Since just about everyone has a cell phone, what a great idea to make your protection look like one!  As I was doing a show last weekend, it was nice to hear a few people carry a stun gun that looks like a cell phone.  Stun guns are wonderful to carry especially because they are non lethal, lightweight, and easy to use.

  • All About Me

    I'm not one to talk about myself, but I find it helpful for people to know who they're buying from.  I have always had long guns and pistols in my life, but when I left the nest I wanted something more.  I purchased my first stun gun in 1989 and I still model it today to help educate others how valuable this and pepper spray can be.  I was in the United States Air Force and stationed at the Pentagon.  I had a part time job, as well, at the mall and worked many late nights.  One night, I clocked out and headed towards my vehicle when I was approached by a shadowed figure.  By this time, I had putting my stun gun in my hand every time I walked out of the mall a habit.  I knew I couldn't get to my car in time so I remember yelling stop and yet the tall figure still walked towards me.  The hands reached for me and before I knew it I was doing a wax off motion with one arm to force his arms down and my other arm reached his torso.  I pressed the button and down the person went.  Even though I was shaking horribly, I forced my body to run to my car and lock the door behind me.

    Now that I have a family of my own, not only do I have a CCW, but at any given point I have some sort of personal defense on me.  I opened my business, 6 O'clock Securities, because I want people to be safe and know there are non lethal methods out there. I was VERY scared that night, but without my stun gun, I don't know if I would be here today.

    Cher Schlotterer

  • I want a personal alarm without the extra expense

    I have an elderly parent that still has his independence.  I want him to be able to signal for help in case he falls or feels week so I started looking into alarms. He doesn't like it when I'm fretting over him and not happy when I have people just stopping by to see how he's doing.  I purchased a personal alarm so when he goes up and down the basement stairs, gardening, or any other strenuous activity he wears this on his belt loop.  If he gets hurt or can't yell he just pulls the string and the noise is loud enough to make anyone come running to help.  He doesn't mind wearing it and I feel more at ease.

  • Mirror Hidden Camera

    Childcare in homes has become almost the norm since both parents and single parents work.  When I had children, I installed mirror hidden cameras throughout my home.  I did this for the main reason of making sure my children were well taken care of by the nanny I hired.  I wanted to be able to feel comfortable, and most importantly, my children were safe.  I wish I would have done the cameras so I could have watched my pets and see what they did all day!  The cameras also disguise itself in case any intruders break into my home.

  • Auto Emergency Tools

    My sister's life was saved a months ago thanks to her having a simple tool in her car.  She was driving in the pouring down rain, when a deer ran came out of no where.  She steered to avoid the animal.  Unfortunately when she did that, she lost control and landed in a pond.  Thanks to the auto emergency tool, and a shallow pond, she used the tool to cut herself out of the safety belt, then smashed the glass with the hammer.  She turned on the emergency blinking light and was able to flag down a car.

  • Pen knives

    When I was in my early 20's, I had a part time job that required me to work late hours. That meant I walked out to a dark parking lot many nights and wanted something just in case I was ever confronted. I purchased a pen knife. I would hold it in my hand when I walked out and felt a lot more confident. I would practice with it at home to become familiar with its capability and mine. I still carry my pen knife today.

  • Slingshots

    I remember as a kid growing up playing with my slingshot.  I would take little ball bearings and pebbles, load them into the rubberband, pulling back, and aiming.  I would shoot at trees, logs in the water, and targets.  It was so much fun and looking back it really defined my concentration and focus.  My father put on a new band so often, I think he worked just to pay for them! I'm so glad my parents taught me well and showed me how much slingshots were a great learning tool.

  • Is someone swimming in your pool?

    Almost 1,000 children between the ages of 14 die each year in drowning accidents.  There's an alarm out that can help reduce this number.  The Safe Family Life POOL ALARM is an electronic monitoring system that automatically sounds an alarm when children or pets fall into your unsupervised pool. It's portable, self-contained and light weight. The unit is simple to operate and will put your mind at ease. Entry into the pool will be detected by the Pool Alarm's electronic sensor, triggering a loud pulsating alarm at the unit and inside your house from the remote receiver. When you can't monitor your pool isn't it nice to know you can have help.

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