Jacksonville FL Personal & Home Protection Video Surveillance Gear Launched

Home and personal safety website Protection Bay updated its range of reliable and affordable protection and surveillance items, including video surveillance devices, steel batons, personal safety lights, personal alarms, security scanners, and many more.

Jacksonville, United States - October 21, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Protection Bay, a Jacksonville, Florida, store specializing in home and personal protection gear, announced the launch of an updated range of reliable and most cost-effective protection and surveillance items, including stun guns, pepper sprays, video surveillance devices, and survival gear. The store’s vast selection of self-defense accessories are designed to empower each individual to stay safe, regardless of the circumstances.

More information can be found at http://protectionbay.com

Staying safe means preventing crimes and knowing how to best defend oneself in the event of a crime or accident in progress. The newly updated range of personal and home protection gear at Protection Bay aims to offer simple and effective home and personal safety solutions that can prevent injury to oneself or loved ones.

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Protection Bay provides a comprehensive range of quality products, including steel batons, personal safety lights, pet safety lights, bicycle safety lights, slingshots, automotive safety, dog repellents, bear repellents, personal alarms, security scanners, and many more, at extremely competitive prices with the added value of friendly and efficient service.

Protection Bay uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, which enables encryption of sensitive information, including passwords and credit card numbers, during online transactions, to provide customers with the safest, most secure shopping experience possible.

In addition, all products are guaranteed to be defect free in material and workmanship for 90 days. Providing there is no evidence of customer misuse or alteration, Protection Bay will replace or repair the product(s).

The creator of Protection Bay said: “I have been a long time physical fitness enthusiast and thought I really had no need for self protection products, but in a dark parking lot 5 years ago I found myself wishing I had access to the very items stocked at Protection Bay. Thankfully all went ok and we came out of the situation wiser and smarter but no worse for wear. Enjoy our selection of products and let us know if there is anything we can do to help you feel more secure.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Peter White
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Organization: Protection Bay
Address: 2120 Corporate Square Blvd. Ste#1, Jacksonville, FL 32216, United States
Phone: +1-800-859-5566
Website: http://protectionbay.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88929261

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