Yellow Jacket Stun Gun Case for Apple iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Although many of us own firearms and even stun guns for protection, often times the closest item to us in our smartphone. That’s great when it comes to calling for help, but what if you don’t have that kind of time? That’s exactly where the Yellow Jacket Stun Gun Apple iPhone Case.

Created by former military police officer Seth Froom, this device is essentially an iPhone case with a built in 650 kv stun gun. To help fuel the stun gun, the Yellow Jacket has been equipped with its own battery, that will also help juice up your smartphone for an extra 20 hours of talk time. Of course safety was of the upmost importance, so there are two different layers of protection built into the device to prevent accidental stuns. Help make this project a reality at IndieGoGo.

Yellow Jacket Stun Gun Case for Apple iPhone (2)

Yellow Jacket Stun Gun Case for Apple iPhone (1)

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