|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.6 x 2.6 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||SWBAR9R|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
Streetwise Security Products SWBAR9R Barbarian 9,000,000-Volt Stun Baton Flashlight
|Price:||$37.11 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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I think this would just really piss off Someone if you zapped them.
Club seems sturdy but it's not a bat. I'm sure it would break it you clubbed a skull or two.
While it's legal to own one of these in California, I wouldn't walk around in public with it - unless you're hiking through the wilderness and want to ward off wild animals. I use it for walking our dog along trails in LA, and have another, less obvious baton that looks more like a flashlight, in my vehicle. A few incidents of road rage recently made it clear to me that having one of these in the car might be a good idea. Some folks are just wacko.
Also, I don't understand people who have written that they've tried shocking themselves with it. That's a dangerous thing to do. If you have some heart condition or other health issue you might be unaware of, you could do some serious damage to yourself. Using this on someone else is no joke for the same reason. If you're not using it in self-defense, it's considered assault.
And finally, as is well documented in the instructions, pressing the button continuously for extended periods, or repeatedly while showing it off, will burn the thing out. The idea is to press the button for a quick demonstrative warning "zap", and save the rest for when you need it. As with any weapon, you'll want to keep this away from kids.
Rechargeable feature is great, though the time limit for recharging is lame. They should have design a safety feature for that, so it gets one star less.
- Flashlight lasts a long time & very bright. I test it by leaving it on for almost 1.5 days/ more than 30 hours on max brightness before it start dying. That's pretty good.
- It holds the charge for a long time. I recharge it every 2 months and still give a spark like when it's new.
- Good heft to use it as a self defense club.
- The battery is inside the handle which has a thread right after the thumb (if you look at the product picture) and that's how it connect to the main body. I don't know how strong that connection is once you use it to hit something with it.
- The handle has line pattern that is horizontal to the club which makes is easier if you want to twist the handle open and replace the battery but not so good to hold as a weapon with one hand because the pattern makes it slippery. I was even thinking to wrap it with rubber or the fishing rod handle grip.
- It does require several step to activate: a main on / off switch at the bottom of the handle near the wrist strap. One switch near the thumb (again look at the product photo): Max Light - Standby, Min Light - Standby, Flashing Light - Standby. Another button further up to press to activate the stun function. It can only be done when the other switch are on Standby.
Overall is a good tool for home self defense.
I've checked with my neighbor who is a police officer in California that this stun club is not illegal to own here in California.
But he doubts that this will bring anybody down.Read more ›
It's very hefty and solid. It could quickly, and accidentally, go from a defensive weapon to a murder weapon if knocked with forced across an intruder's skull. So, wield it with responsibility. The flashlight is decent for what it is.
Now, for the meaty part. Once switched on fully (not the fastest thing to do), the sound this thing makes when electrified is nasty. It would stop me in my tracks if I was on the wrong end of it. And that's what it's for. So, yeah. We'll see how it holds up over time, I'll update the review at a later date.
First update: Had this for a bit, now. It has some issues, overall.
Seems to lose its charge pretty quickly. I'm not sure, if that's because the power button is in the on position when not in use. Even then, the flashlight isn't on and the stun feature isn't being used. Which brings up an issue:
You usually don't want a defensive weapon to be so fidgety when you need it. If there is a power draw when it's idle in the on position, then that adds to the issue. In order to avoid a dead battery, you'd have to leave it in the off position; in which case, to use the stunner, you'd have to look at the bottom of the baton (the switch is very small and recessed and the whole thing is hard to see or feel out), power it on, stretch your thumb well over the hand guard to reach the selector switch, then (assuming you could reach the switch) select the stun mode. This is a pretty convoluted way of making this thing work in a very time sensitive situation.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing is LOUD, hopefully I will never have to use it but the look alone is menacing enough to scare anyone if they're smart!Published 1 day ago by allison
Not as hard and sturdy as i thought looks like n feels like it will break is I beat someone with itPublished 7 days ago by big Dik chuckie
Works great. Battery life is pretty good. But the charger is not long enough.Published 11 days ago by Joseph Cerda Madrigal
Havent had to use it but it seems like it would work well. It scares my dog for sure!Published 13 days ago by St Louis
VERY sturdy and strong body with a terrifying stun-gun sound. I absolutely love it. It's definitely a life saver. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Joseph
This was more or less a boo boo purchase. We didn't see the size and wasn't expecting a bat size weapon. We returned it with no problems.Published 18 days ago by K.Stanford