& Handling only $5.00 on every order!
Uses 6 standard 9V Batteries
(included). The battery in the Taseler™ for
KIDS! will deliver over a thousand 40,000 volt shocks. It's
recommended that parents or teachers pull the trigger less than 100 times
per compliance session to prevent hospitalization.
Barbed spikes are no worse to
remove than a common small fish hook. Minor bleeding and tissue loss may
occur. Small wounds normally heal within 72 hours, with little or no
scarring. Risk of infection has proven to be minimal.
Although the barbed spikes
from electronic compliance devices have entered a subject's eyeball only
73 times to-date more than half of the subjects retained some sight in
the effected eye. 4 barbed spikes entered the ear canal and pierced the
eardrum, but all of the subjects regained their hearing within 24 months.
27 barbed spikes entered men's or women's genitals but there have been no
reports of infertility. One barbed spike entered the sinus cavity through
the nose and
lodged very close to the brain so it was left in place since the special
Russian metal is guaranteed not to rust for 60 years (it's the same metal
Russian submarines are made of).
To-date only 42 subjects who
had barbed spikes from an electronic compliance device buried in their
skin have acquired MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus - a
Staph infection that most antibiotics won't cure, so the person dies), and
only 4 of those subjects have died. This remarkably low rate of infection
and death is attributed to the stringent manufacturing and packaging
controls of the barbed spikes and refill packages. Although these devices
are not made or packaged in a sterile environment all employees handling
these refills must wash their hands at least once per 12 hour shift. Many
of the 42 MRSA infections can be attributed to the subject convulsing on
the ground, in the grass, and other areas where animals have urinated or defecated.
Since it's impossible for the manufacturer of an electronic compliance
device to control where a subject or the spiked barbs might touch after
leaving the factory, some deaths are to be expected. To-date, only 2
children have died from infections caused by the spiked barbs, convulsing
on dirty ground, or the removal of the barbed spikes by someone with hands
or a pliers contaminated with feces.
Taseler™ for KIDS! is manufactured in Russia. Some of the
workers in the factory do have AIDS but to-date
transmission of AIDS to a child who has been Taselered™ has not been
proven. Only a small percentage of the children who have been
Taselered™ have acquired AIDS within a year. No link has been
shown between the Taseler's™ Barbed Spikes being packed by factory
workers with AIDS and the acquisition of AIDS by a child who has been Taselered™.
All testing on the
Taseler™ for KIDS! was done on volunteers in Siberia. While these volunteers were incarcerated in a Siberian prison
for various offences and the prison is known to have many prisoners with
Tuberculosis and AIDS, all of them cheerfully volunteered to test the
Taseler™ for KIDS! Of the 35
volunteers who showed signs of injury 17 died within 30 minutes after an
electronic compliance session, proving the safety and effectiveness of the
Taseler™ for KIDS!
Tests have proven that the
heart only stops once in every 400 uses of the Taseler™
for KIDS! so it's deemed safe for use in the US and most
foreign countries. US courts have confirmed in every case of electronic
compliance that compliance is more important than an occasional injury or
death after the use of an electronic compliance device. The
Taseler™ for KIDS! is legal to use in every state in the US
and most foreign countries.
Taseler™ for KIDS! is illegal for use in Venezuela where
electronic compliance devices are required to output 250,000+ volts and
the battery must provide over 5,000 uses within 10 minutes. Application
has been made to the ULV (Under Writer's Laboratory Venezuela) for an
exception for our customers in that country.
modification by adding an additional battery pack with 24 9V batteries
for a total output of 850,000 volts is illegal in the US and most foreign
countries (except Venezuela). Voltages of over 100,000 volts are known to
cause 2nd degree burns within a four inch diameter of the barbed spike.
121 deaths have been attributed
to the use of an electronic compliance device this year, proving many less fatalities than automobile accidents. Only 12 of the deaths have
occurred while the tasered subject was in handcuffs proving the safety of
electronic compliance devices.
of the Taseler™ for KIDS! on an
individual who is belted into an automobile is not recommended since
severe injuries can result from convulsions against the seat belts. US
courts have ruled that police are exempt from this warning and have
encouraged police to handcuff the subject before using an electronic
compliance device to prevent injury to the police officer. This has
resulted in a dramatic increase in handcuffed subjects who were tasered
(some of whom have died), but no injuries to police officers.
While other manufacturers of
electronic compliance tools suggest that a police officer use the device
on a restrained or unconscious subject for the police officer's safety,
the Taseler™ for KIDS! has
been proven safe to use on both conscious and unconscious adults and
children. Police in the United Kingdom, where police aren't allowed to
carry guns, have proven the effectiveness of the taser on unconscious
HERE for a London Daily Mail article on how Leeds police
stopped a terrorist threat with an electronic compliance device).
HERE for a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article on how a man was
very effectively woken on his own couch, even after a heavy night of
partying, by the North Braddock police using an electronic compliance
Here is an example of the
police doing the right thing, following the law and and adhering to
department policy in tasering a dangerous old man (who had previously
fallen down and tore the knee of his pants) on the couch in his living
This criminal parked his truck
on the street in front of his home. The police officer rang the bell of
his home at 10PM to give him a parking ticket, leading to his being
tasered because he didn't think the police could come into his house and
ask for his driver's license about his parked truck. I'm sure this guy
now realizes that he has to listen to everything a police officer tells
him immediately, without question:
Taseler™ for KIDS! is protected under US Patents 7,290,296
and 7,294,121, and other pending Patents. The
Taseler™ for KIDS! is also known as the Tazler™ for KIDS!
Tazeler™ for KIDS!
The terms taser, tazer, tasers,
tasered on this web page are used as proper nouns and verbs, as are
commonly used in the United States, Russia and Venezuela.
Copyright © 2014 • Mike Sandman