Get Out Of The Way Of This Baby:The 800,000 Volt Lightning Rod Stun Pen

The Lightning Rod Stun Pen, shooting 800,000 volts of electricity at its target, is Streetwise's highest packing power in a pen. It's so powerful, it can seriously disable your target, enabling at least, a very good chance for you to get away. It's so small, it can fit in your pocket or even a small purse.



Powerful, yet lightweight and discreet, the Lightning Rod Stun Pen emits the terrifying sound of crackling electricity and dazzling light enough to scare any would-be attacker just by shooting it into the air. The Pen also has a built-in LED flashlight, so you don't need to carry a bulky one when you're out at night.

Safety is a big factor when considering self protection, and the Lightning Rod Stun Pen covers that for you with three built-in assurances that the pen won't go off accidentally. It has a protective cap, a safety switch, and a trigger, so for the pen to go off, you would need to remove the protective cap, turn on the safety switch (which triggers an LED warning light) and depress the trigger.

Stopping a potentially dangerous person in his tracks before your fear becomes a reality has become a societally acceptable practice, and is preferable to gun use, even by police and other security workers. Still, stun guns can do permanent damage so, if you can, it's best to shoot the Stun Pen in the air as a warning first. Please do not consider using this on animals unless they threaten your life.

The Lightning Rod Stun Pen comes with a nylon belt holster, two 3 volt lithium batteries, and a lifetime warranty.

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Nov 21, 2008
by Beth Graddon-Hodgson
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When I was mugged a few

When I was mugged a few years ago, my husband wanted to get me a stun gun from ebay..which I just wouldn't have. This could have been a reasonable compromise! I like the idea, but have to wonder, if like the stun gun, the victim often has it used against them.

Beth Hodgson
Innovative Business Writer