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TASER Pulse+ notifies 911 when deployed

by – on November 18th, 2018

We live in an increasingly dangerous and crazy world, where anyone out there might pull out a gun and start mowing people down randomly. Personal safety is not something that should be taken lightly, and regardless of whether you have a black belt in a martial arts discipline or not, it is always good to have a back up plan. TASER has released its TASER Pulse+, which is the first consumer product from the company that incorporates Noonlight’s new Bluetooth plugin technology. This technology will provide it with the ability to notify emergency services whenever the TASER device is deployed.

 Each time the TASER Pulse+ is deployed, Noonlight will go ahead to notify and contact emergency services in order to send help to the user’s location via real-time GPS tracking that is provided through the Noonlight mobile application. You do not need to get up close and personal with the TASER Pulse+ as it can be effective from 15 ft. (4.6 m) away, with cycles for 30 seconds. Should it be used in self-defense and due to understandable circumstances, it is left at the scene, the TASER Pulse+ may be replaced for free as long as it falls within the guidelines of Axon’s Safe Escape Product Replacement Guarantee.

The whole idea of the TASER Pulse+ is not to threaten people, but rather, to be used in self-defense situations. When you are all alone, it can end up pretty scary and overwhelming as the victim, which is why the whole idea of the TASER Pulse+ is to help the victim get to safety as fast as possible. All the user needs to do is to aim, pull the trigger, and run, safe in the knowledge that help is well on its way.

It is useful to note that most states allow one to carry TASER products legally, and the $449 asking price for the TASER Pulse+ is certainly cheap compared to one’s life and safety.

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