Self Defense Marines & Security Self Defense Online Store Launched

Self Defense Marines & Safety now provides personal safety and surveillance equipment , personal safes, guides and survival gear with the launch of their new online store

Jacksonville, United States - November 9, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Self Defense Marines & Safety have launched their new online store for safety and survival needs. The site has an extensive inventory including Personal Alarms, Pepper Sprays, Diversion Safes, Surveillance, and Survival equipment.

For more information visit: https://www.selfdefensemarines.com

People are increasingly aware of the need to be prepared for emergency situations such as natural disasters, civil unrest or crime. Being prepared can save lives.

The newly launched Self Defense Marines & Safety offers resources that make it easy to get organized for the unexpected with the launch of their online store. From Personal Safety equipment to home protection and survival, products featured on this site offer the peace of mind of being prepared.

For close encounters with assailants there are a range of options. Some items to consider are Personal alarms that emit ear splitting sounds and blinding lights, pepper sprays, tasers and batons. There are also guide books available to best utilize choices in self defense.

In the event of a home invasion, Diversion safes are effective hiding places. Outside they look and feel like everyday consumables such a soft drinks and workshop products, inside there is room for valuables. Self Defense Marines & Security stock a large range of diversion safes so that choice can be convincingly tailored to the individual.

Discreet personal protection is available with the cell phone stun gun. This smart phone looks like any other and delivers 12 million volts when needed. These devices can give victims of crime critical moments in which to escape. Stun Guns and Batons can be surprisingly small yet effective tools.

Self Defense Marines & Security has placed high priority on customer satisfaction and service. Products sold on the site are guaranteed and shipped within 24 hours for delivery across America.

Stun guns, pepper sprays and tasers are subject to laws and restrictions, details regarding these can be viewed on the site http://www.selfdefensemarines.com

Contact Info:
Name: Rick Marlow
Email: Send Email
Organization: Self Defense Marines & Security
Address: 2120 Corporate Square Blvd. Suite #1, Jacksonville, FL 32216, United States
Website: http://www.selfdefensemarines.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88933031

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