Posted by: daustinbal | May 21, 2010

Mace Pepper Batons

The  following is a story how the Mace Pepper Baton was
used.  At the end of the story, you will find a bonus offer just
for you.

Christy waited tables at a hip little bistro a few blocks from
her apartment.  Though she loved her neighborhood, she always
prepared for the unexpected.

One night, one of the diners got a little out of hand. She could
put up with rude customers, and she could even tolerate patrons
who had a little too much to drink. She and her boss agreed that
anyone who tried to lay hands on her or on any of the wait staff
would end up enjoying the rest of their meal “to go.”

So her boss ejected a customer who looked like a rumpled college
professor after he tried to pinch Christy’s bottom. The guy
created a huge stink, but the customers applauded when he fell
down the steps and landed on the sidewalk with a thud.

Later that night, after Christy banked out and counted her tip
money, she headed back down the street to her place. She thought
she heard footsteps behind her, but saw nobody when she swung
around.

Another block away from the restaurant, she thought she heard a
trash can rattle. Still, she couldn’t see anyone in the shadows.

Only a few steps away from her building’s front door, Christy
heard someone sneeze. She whipped around to see the drunken
customer from earlier that night.

He lunged at her, shouting, “I’ll show you!”

Instead of bolting for the door – she wouldn’t have made it in
time, anyway – she pulled out her keys. Instead of a usual
keychain, Christy carries a Mace Pepper Baton. It’s small enough
to fit in a purse, and durable enough to inflict pain on an
attacker.

As the drunken patron grabbed for her hair, Christy ducked down
and slammed the Pepper Baton across his kneecap. Wincing in pain,
he buckled over and made another swipe at her. She retaliated by
holding onto the baton and swinging her keys against his face.

Stumbling, the attacker made one last grab. Christy pointed the
baton at him, unleashing its secret weapon – a blast of
debilitating pepper spray.

Christy’s attacker crouched on the sidewalk while she dialed
9-1-1 on her cell phone.

“Next time,” Christy said, “stick to what’s on the menu.”

Yours in safety,
heylooksecurity.com Newsletter

The Mace Pepper Baton comes in a variety of
colors to match your mood or your style. Choose your own today at        http://www.heylooksecurity.com/catalog/mace-pepper-baton-blue-p-742.html

Posted by: daustinbal | April 11, 2010

The great Stun Alarm Flashlight

The  following is a story how the Stun Alarm Flashlight
was used.  At the end of the story, you will find a bonus offer
just for you.

Ever since her husband died, Abby felt a little less safe in
their brown brick townhouse. They had always wanted to live in
the city together, so they saved up what they could to buy a
fixer-upper in a blossoming neighborhood.

Then David got sick.

Before very long, Abby was on her own again. She wanted to hang
on to the good memories of that house, feeling confident that she
and her neighbors were driving the bad element off the block.

Still, she always made sure she was prepared for the worst. And
when the lights went out on her during a really violent
thunderstorm, she shuffled downstairs to the broom closet for her
favorite flashlight, a gadget David had bought for her for their
last Christmas together.

Sixteen and a half inches long, but still very light, Abby loved
how it brightened up a room. She turned it on, and looked for her
emergency radio.  Red and blue lights flickered through the
windows, so Abby figured that the power would come back soon.

As she swiveled around, the bright beam of light illuminated a
strange face.  Abby gasped.

“Don’t make a sound,” growled the stranger, “or I’ll hurt you.”

It didn’t even take Abby a heartbeat to lunge forward with the
flashlight. Her attacker grinned, expecting to deflect a blow.
Instead, he received a 200,000-volt jolt of electricity from the
flashlight’s built-in stun baton. Abby loved that flashlight for
a reason.

Rushing over to the window, she activated the flashlight’s
piercing alarm. Cops outside saw her waving the light and rushed
up to her building. She found out later that her attacker was a
convicted criminal who tried to escape when his prisoner
transport vehicle crashed into a utility pole.

That explained the blackout – and the presence of this scary
individual in Abby’s home. The police sergeant had a blast
explaining to the detectives how Abby used an innocent looking
flashlight to nab one of the city’s most wanted felons.  And Abby
felt David’s presence in their home even stronger than ever.

Yours in safety,                                    http://www.heylooksecurity.com/catalog/stun-alarm-flashlight-large-p-91.html

Douglas

Posted by: daustinbal | January 9, 2010

Stunning Ring Pepper Defense

The  following is a story how the Stunning Ring was used.

I hope you never find yourself in the situation of the owner of a
small restaurant in Chicago.

She was closing up her restaurant about 10 pm one night and was
starting her 10 minute walk to where her car was parked.  She was
a little concerned, because she had heard on the radio that
evening that a convicted serial rapist escaped from prison and
was last seen only 4 blocks from her restaurant.

She had recently purchased a Stunning Ring Pepper Spray and kept
it in herpurse.  She decided to take it out and put it on for the
walk to her car.

As she rounded the corner of a building, a man stepped into her
path and asked if she had $5.00 because he was hungry.

She attempted to go around him, but he grabbed her arm.  She
immediately shoved her left hand in his face and triggered the
Stunning Ring.

A blast of pepper spray went up his nose and in his eyes.  He
immediately let go of her and started rubbing at his eyes.  She
had plenty of time to get to her car and call the police on her
cell phone.

The guy who attacked her was not the escaped convict.

This made her realize (and you should realize also) that you
should not wait for a escaped serial rapist before getting
something to defend yourself.  You never know when you could be
the next target of some jerk.

For your safety,

Douglas Austin

P.S.  Doug, you can get your own Stunning Ring protection at
www.heylooksecurity.com/stunningring.htm.

Posted by: daustinbal | November 2, 2009

The Pepper Pager

The  following is a story how the Pepper Pager was used.

Kim loved spending time with the kids at the community center.
She remembered how important her mentors were to her when she was
growing up, and she enjoyed the chance to give something back.

The only thing she didn’t enjoy about her volunteer work was
trying to find a safe parking place in the neighborhood. Some
nights, she really understood why so many of these kids were at
risk.

At the same time, she wanted to project an air of confidence and
security – she couldn’t let any of her kids see how nervous she
was. That’s when she discovered the Pepper Pager.

The Pepper Pager looks like a standard pager – the kind that many
business people clip to their belts. Instead of delivering
important messages, the Pepper Pager protects its owners from
dangerous attackers by concealing up to twelve bursts of
debilitating pepper spray.

One night, while heading back to her car after a late session, a
haggard man accosted Kim on the street, demanding money. She
tried to walk past him, but he kept blocking her path.

“What’s your hurry?” he asked.

Another man strolled out from an alleyway behind Kim.

“Hey, Jake,” he called out, “this girl’s in a hurry!”

Kim pleaded, “Just let me pass, guys.”

Jake mocked her, crying, “Just let me pass,” in a singsong voice.

Jake’s friend reached out to grab her. That’s when she grabbed
the Pepper Pager from her belt and sprayed the attacker right in
the eyes.

As he screamed in pain, Kim spun around to see Jake lunging at
her. She blasted a second shot of pepper spray at him, which sent
him tumbling through the ground.

Kim ran up the street, hopped in her car, locked the doors and
dialed 9-1-1.  Within minutes, two less criminals haunted that
neighborhood.

Yours in safety,

Douglas Austin

P.S.  You can get your own Pepper Pager today so you
can be prepared to defend yourself against attackers up to ten
feet away. Visit:     www.heylooksecurity.com/pepperpager.htm.

Posted by: daustinbal | September 12, 2009

The New Hot Shot!

Bill always worried about his daughter, Josie. She always had
that independent streak growing up. The past Thanksgiving, she
announced to the family that she would be moving to the big city
to work on her acting career.

When Josie’s sister wondered aloud if Josie would keep up her
workout routine, Josie assured everyone that she’d still get her
three mile walk in every day by strolling through the park. It
didn’t take long for sparks to fly across the dinner table.

Bill resolved that he’d support his daughter, no matter what. So
at Christmas time, a few days before Josie planned to leave town,
he picked up an extra gift.

“Josie,” he said, when he sat her down at the next family
gathering, “I’m sorry if it sounded like I wasn’t behind you all
the way the last time we all were together.”

“I know, Dad,” said Josie, “the city’s a lot different than this
town, and you just want me to be safe.”

“That’s right,” Bill replied, “so when I heard about these, I
thought they might help both of us feel a little better about
your move.”

He explained how the Hot Walkers looked and felt just like a
regular pair of aerobic hand weights, the kind people use to keep
their hearts in good shape.

“But these weights keep you alive in another way,” Bill
explained. “Let’s say you run into someone who wants to hurt you.
Just press this button right here to blast them with pepper
spray. They won’t be able to do much of anything for a while, so
you can run and get help.”

“I know you want to keep the same kind of independence you’re
used to out here in the country,” Bill paused, placing a hand on
Josie’s knee. “This lets you stay in control, and it’ll keep me
and your sister from worrying about you on those walks.”

Josie hugged her dad, and settled in for a warm celebration with
the rest of her family. This time, everyone knew she could handle
living on her own in the big city.

Yours in safety,

Douglas Austin

 If you are a jogger or know someone who jogs
(they make a great gift) and would like more information go to:
www.heylooksecurity.com/hotwalkers.htm.

Posted by: daustinbal | August 30, 2009

Have you heard about CyberEye!

The  following is a story how the CyberEye
was used.  At the end of the story, you will find out How to get more Info on the product.

When Jimmy discovered plans for a row of executive townhouses on
his street, he wondered if his new neighbors would attract
burglars to the neighborhood.

So Jimmy installed a security system that calls the police
department during break-ins. Staring at the sensors and the
controls, he wondered if it was enough.

That’s when he bought his CyberEye.

He mounted the CyberEye facing his front door and his bay window
and set it to capture an image every fifteen seconds.

Months later, Jimmy took his family to the movies. They drove
right past the construction site, where a backhoe had severed a
fiber optic cable. Jimmy didn’t know it then, but his entire
neighborhood had lost their phone service!

Meanwhile, a plain white van parked in front of Jimmy’s house.
Three men wearing hooded sweatshirts sauntered up the lawn. One
produced a crow bar from his sleeve and smashed right through
that beautiful bay window.

Before Jimmy’s neighbors heard the alarm bells, those felons had
vanished. With no landlines, the alarm system could not contact
ANYONE.

Giggles turned to gasps inside Jimmy’s station wagon when they
pulled up to their home behind two police cars. Never losing his
cool, Jimmy led the detectives to his television, it had been too
heavy for the thieves to snatch’and activated the remote control
for his CyberEye.

Even with no lights on, the infrared lens captured everything:
the broken window, the first thief climbing in and opening the
front door for his companions… everything.

It even captured all three of them, taking off their hoods,
staring DIRECTLY into that lens.

Not only did the cops know exactly who they were dealing with,
but the CyberEye put a time stamp on each frame. Now the
investigators knew exactly WHEN the crooks made off with Jimmy’s
things.

That date stamp came in handy the next day, when Jimmy’s
insurance adjuster looked at the tape Jimmy made by connecting
the CyberEye to a VCR. The agent always hated tracking down
receipts and evidence for homeowners’ insurance cases. This time,
he could see who was aking what items and when.

Jimmy got even more good news that week. One of the ringleader’s
so-called friends saw his picture on the evening news. That
‘friend’ wanted the small reward from the neighborhood watch
association, and he told police where to find the burglars.

Even the fanciest lawyer couldn’t talk his way around that
powerful image of the crooks, with their hands on Jimmy’s things,
stamped with a time and a date for everyone to see.

Jimmy’s insurance company fixed the window and replaced all of
the stolen goods. And Jimmy’s neighbors ask him constantly about
his CyberEye. He tells them every time how it was the best
purchase he ever made.

For your safety,

Douglas Austin

P.S.   For more information of the versatile CyberEye,
please go to www.heylooksecurity.com/cybereye.htm.

Posted by: daustinbal | August 16, 2009

Mace Motion Alert

The  following is a story how the Mace Motion Alert was
used.  At the end of the story, you will find a bonus offer just
for you.

Marcy poured everything she had into her little gift shop. She
rented a little building at the edge of a trendy neighborhood and
converted the upstairs into a small apartment for herself.

Although she wished she had more money in her budget for a more
elaborate security system, Marcy figured she’d be able to reinvest
some of the profits from her business into a high-tech solution
pretty quickly.

In the meantime, she picked up a few Mace Motion Alert devices.

For a fraction of the cost of a hard-wired security system, Marcy
installed wireless Mace Motion Alert stations throughout the
building. Each one includes a keypad that Marcy could use to
switch between a chime, which would help her keep track of
customers moving through the store, to an alarm, which would
sound if someone attempted to sneak into her upstairs living
space. She installed each one in just a few minutes, using only a
screwdriver.

A few days after her grand opening, traffic in the store evened
out a little bit, but kept Marcy pretty busy. Every time a new
customer would enter the shop, the Mace Motion Alert at the front
door would welcome them with a discreet chime. Marcy could glance
up from whatever she was doing to welcome her guests. Even if she
were helping someone else, she would notice the chime from the
back room, which sounded when her second Mace Motion Alert
observed someone checking out Marcy’s higher priced gifts.

One afternoon, a few of the neighborhood kids stopped in after
school. Marcy wondered why kids would be interested in her shop,
but hoped they’d at least tell their parents about it.  When one
of the kids started asking lots and lots of questions, Marcy
wondered if she was being set up.

Sure enough, she heard the wail from the Mace Motion Alert she
installed by her apartment. A second later, a petrified teenager
bolted down the stairs out the door. His buddies hustled after
him. Not only did the Mace Motion Alert prevent them from
stealing any of her personal belongings, but she was sure that
word would get out that her shop was off limits to thieves.

“Now,” she thought, “I can take some of the money I was going to
spend on upgrading that security system and hire myself an
assistant!”

Yours in safety,

   Douglas Austin    at      www.HeylookSecurity.com

Posted by: daustinbal | August 16, 2009

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Posted by: daustinbal | August 12, 2009

Mace Pepper Batons

Hello, The  following is a story how the Mace Pepper Baton was
used.  At the end of the story, you will find a bonus offer just
for you.

Christy waited tables at a hip little bistro a few blocks from
her apartment.  Though she loved her neighborhood, she always
prepared for the unexpected.

One night, one of the diners got a little out of hand. She could
put up with rude customers, and she could even tolerate patrons
who had a little too much to drink. She and her boss agreed that
anyone who tried to lay hands on her or on any of the wait staff
would end up enjoying the rest of their meal “to go.”

So her boss ejected a customer who looked like a rumpled college
professor after he tried to pinch Christy’s bottom. The guy
created a huge stink, but the customers applauded when he fell
down the steps and landed on the sidewalk with a thud.

Later that night, after Christy banked out and counted her tip
money, she headed back down the street to her place. She thought
she heard footsteps behind her, but saw nobody when she swung
around.

Another block away from the restaurant, she thought she heard a
trash can rattle. Still, she couldn’t see anyone in the shadows.

Only a few steps away from her building’s front door, Christy
heard someone sneeze. She whipped around to see the drunken
customer from earlier that night.

He lunged at her, shouting, “I’ll show you!”

Instead of bolting for the door – she wouldn’t have made it in
time, anyway – she pulled out her keys. Instead of a usual
keychain, Christy carries a Mace Pepper Baton. It’s small enough
to fit in a purse, and durable enough to inflict pain on an
attacker.

As the drunken patron grabbed for her hair, Christy ducked down
and slammed the Pepper Baton across his kneecap. Wincing in pain,
he buckled over and made another swipe at her. She retaliated by
holding onto the baton and swinging her keys against his face.

Stumbling, the attacker made one last grab. Christy pointed the
baton at him, unleashing its secret weapon – a blast of
debilitating pepper spray.

Christy’s attacker crouched on the sidewalk while she dialed
9-1-1 on her cell phone.

“Next time,” Christy said, “stick to what’s on the menu.”

Yours in safety,     Doug  austin

Posted by: daustinbal | June 15, 2009

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