Want a 650,000V stun gun with your smartphone?

Yellow Jacket stun gun case for your iPhone and Samsung Galaxy smartphones will stop any attacker, and extend your battery life

By - March 19, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
Yellow Jacket smartphone stun gun case

Yellow Jacket has produced a stun gun case for iPhone and Samsung galaxy smartphones which is capable of stopping all attackers.

According to Yellow Jacket, their stun gun case is easily deployable with one hand, where the user must flip off the sturdy electrode cover to deliver a shock.

The smartphone case packs a serious packs a punch, with 650,000 Volt of electricity flowing from the electrodes and into the assailant.

It is also easy to deactivate the system. “In less than two seconds, both safety mechanisms can be deactivated and the Yellow Jacket stun gun is ready for action,” the Yellow Jacket website states.

The company already has an iPhone 4 stun gun case on offer, and promises to start shipping the Samsung Galaxy S3  and iPhone 5 models by the end of March.

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