Archive for December 29th, 2010

Home Surveillance Systems

Wednesday, December 29, 2010
posted by SmartStun 3:51 PM

There are all types and sizes of Home Surveillance Systems.  And, while they’re called “home” systems, they can be used anywhere, including offices.

Generally speaking, Home Surveillance Systems will be comprised of all necessary components to monitor via video surveillance and will record the footage for possible later use by law enforcement agencies.  A system will consist of a camera or cameras, cabling or wireless transmitters and a DVR or means to connect the system to a computer.

Some are somewhat complex with many cameras and monitor large areas.  Some are quite simple, like a hidden nanny cam.  This device is an everyday item like a lamp or a clock that has a built in camera and a DVR.  They’re generally used to videotape the activity in a small area.  They also usually have a built in microphone.

So, do some research and you’re sure to find a great, affordable solution.

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Home and Personal Security

Wednesday, December 29, 2010
posted by SmartStun 3:09 PM

You know, most people think they have to carry a stun gun or some weapon for their personal safety, then they have another weapon or security system to protect their home.

I think that, if proper research is done on the front side of the purchasing process, someone can get the best stun gun or other non lethal weapon to protect both their bodies and their property.

There are so many choices out there.  Some discreet and some right in your face.  A cell phone stun gun or mini stun gun can be discreet while a huge stun baton is meant to deter prior to any connection between the attacker and the victim.  So, think about your own situation and shop around for a piece that will do what  you need.

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Enter the Dragon

Wednesday, December 29, 2010
posted by SmartStun 2:49 PM

Phazzer has long been recognized as a premier stun gun manufacturer and the Phazzer Dragon is easily known to be one of the best.

But, one advantage that the Phazzer Dragon stun gun had going for it was that the TASER C2 required anyone purchasing their units to register the gun and pay a registration fee.  Phazzer did not require this.  But, now, TASER does not require the fee.

It’ll be interesting to see if this hurts the Dragon’s sales at all.  Registration is still required of the C2, and many people just want their privacy without any hassles.  So, there may end up being little effect.  We’ll keep our eye on this development.

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