First device of its kind, combining 160-lumen tactical field light with added security of a 4.5 million volt stun gun * Patented inner-stun technology with powered probes completely embedded within outer layer of flashlight * Type III aircraft grade aluminum alloy body with anti-roll design; 100,000-hour bulb * Enhanced reflector system for optimum brightness; accidental discharge security switch and one-hand operation of all functions * 6.75-inch length; includes nylon carry case and fully rechargeable battery The world’s first tactical light with stun gun has arrived in the Guard Dog Diablo! The Diablo shines a blinding 160 lumen light to illuminate far and bright, yet also effective for tactical and security purposes. Fire up the 4,500,000v concealed stun and the cognitive Diablo turns into a volt trashing self-defense device, powerful enough to fend and immobilize and attacker. Equipped with Guard Dog Security’s patented inner-stun technology, the probes are never shown and are completely undetectable embedded within the outer layer of the flashlight! The Guard Dog Diablo goes a step above by being the only type III aircraft grade aluminum alloy stun gun of its kind. This carefully crafted design makes the flashlight durable for everyday use, enabling a completely shockproof and anti-roll body. Our most ruthless glass breaker yet, the front face allows the user to effortlessly shatter glass in emergency situations and defend attackers with force. The ever-lasting Diablo is 100% rechargeable and has a bulb life of up to 100,000 hours. Empower yourself with illumination and security in the world class Guard Dog Diablo. A particularly handy device for military and law enforcement professionals, as well as security-minded homeowners, the Guard Dog Diablo is a first of its kind, combining the hard-case durability of a tactical field light with the added security of a stun gun. The light shines at an impressive 160 lumens, while the concealed stun gun offers 4,500,000 volts of power, capable of fending off any assailant. With patented inner-stun technology, the powered probes are completely embedded within the outer layer of the flashlight. A Type III aircraft grade aluminum alloy body with anti-roll design is remarkably durable, as is the 100,000-hour bulb. Features 160-lumen tactical flashlight Concealed 4,500,000-volt stun gun Hidden inner probes Type III aircraft grade aluminum alloy body Shock-proof case with anti-roll design Enhanced reflector system for optimum brightness Accidental discharge security switch Swift, one-hand operation of all functions Rigid handle grip Includes nylon carry case and fully rechargeable battery 6.75-inch length Patented design About Guard Dog Headquartered in Winter Springs, Florida. Guard Dog Security produces security and protection devices for everyday use, making home and personal security convenient and affordable for everyone.
It definetely makes and impressive loud noise when activated & I am glad my girlfriend has not had to use it at all.I think it should be clearly stated that five inches of the over-all body is metal & the rear one inch (the charging female part of it) is plastic. This particular design makes the rear part of it breakable big-time. The attachment of the rear plastic section of it does not feel very solid.I used this product for about three weeks before letting my girl try it out. Unfortunately I was not able..
This product is amazing.Highly durable and very strong.Looks well put together.Plus the tip is ridged. You could beat someone up with it, or use it to break glass in an emergency.The light is very bright. If you shine this light into your own or someones eyes, they will see nothing but the light. After you stop shining it in the eyes, the person will feel disoriented, not see clearly, and have a very hard time reading for a few minutes.The stun gun is Powerful. My friend has a stun gun that is 400,000 volts..
I bought the first one for my wife, who sometimes has to leave the office at night and walk 1-2 blocks in a high crime area. While, I wish that she would leave during daylight hours or carry a gun, she is not comfortable with that, nor do we want to deal with the aftermath of lethally shooting someone.I spent some time training her and she is now ready to use it. Here's what she does:1. Puts the lanyard on her wrist. This is important so she doesn't accidentally drop the light or have it knocked away.2. Use..