USA Personal Protection Stun-gun Pepper-spray Alarm Security Package Launched

Urban Safety Solutions have launched a personal protection package containing a stun gun, pepper spray and door stop alarm. The 'Xtreme Urban Survival Kit' is available in the US to order online, or at their premises in St Louis MO.

St. Louis, United States - December 14, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

A personal and home protection products company based in St Louis MO, Urban Safety Solutions, launched a new non-lethal personal protection product package, called the ‘Xtreme Urban Survival Kit’, which is now available for delivery throughout the US.

Go to https://www.urbansafetysolutions.com/xtreme-urban-survival-kit.html for further information.

This recently launched Xtreme Urban Survival Kit is suited to anyone needing to maintain personal security using non-lethal methods, and it includes a discrete palm triggered stun gun, sticky gel pepper spray, and a door stop alarm.

Urban Safety Solutions state that people care about their personal safety, and the protective product package that they have just launched is particularly suitable for women who have to use parking lots and garages alone or who are not permitted lethal protection items at their workplace, such as a hospital.

The package contains 3 products essential for personal protection: a 20 million volt Safety Technology Spike Stun Gun, with nylon belt holster, USB charger and lifetime warranty, a Wildfire 2 oz Sticky Pepper Gel pepper spray, with effects that last 45 minutes, a dye for later identification of the assailant, and a sticky glue property which causes pain if attempted to wipe off, and finally a Super Doorstop Alarm with movement and tamper sensors.

Urban Safety Solutions informs customers on their website that they have a policy to ship products within 24 business hours of ordering, and there are no shipping costs with orders totalling over $100.

Research reveals that stun guns and pepper sprays are the two most common forms of personal protection products sold in the US, with personal safety alarms also being high on the list.

With the launch of the new personal protection package called the Xtreme Urban Survival Kit, there is now a convenient, powerful and affordable way for Americans to ensure they have the right tools for personal protection against crimes such as sexual assaults, personal robbery, and other violent attacks.

Click on the URL above for details about the Survival Kit, and go here https://www.urbansafetysolutions.com for more information about Urban Safety Solutions and their range of products for home, automotive and personal protection.

Contact Info:
Name: Gerald Smith
Email: Send Email
Organization: Urban Safety Solutions
Address: 6614 Clayton Road, #184, St. Louis, MO 63117, United States
Website: https://www.urbansafetysolutions.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88938116

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