EAA Corp’s Smart ABDO now available

12/5/18 7:00 AM | by

The Smart ABDO offers a firearm storage solution with a high-tech design. (Photo: EAA Corp.)

EAA Corp officially releases its Smart ABDO concealed carry unit and firearm storage solution. Able to accommodate most .32 and .380 ACP pistols, the Smart ABDO is a means to store firearms when not in use.

The Smart ABDO is decked out with high-tech features catering an audience of gun owners who prefers their equipment with a side of smart technology. The Smart ABDO features integrated GSM/Wifi to allow for remote operation of the device. Additionally, the Smart ABDO uses GPS for assistance in locating lost or stolen units. The Smart ABDO is equipped with a “self-aware” tamper alarm set to alarm loudly and send an SMS notification during unauthorized access.

The Smart ABDO can be mounted on the belt to carry smaller pistols. (Photo: EAA Corp.)

The Smart ABDO offers a Fast Access Mode granting users a faster means to access the gun. EAA Corp says consumers simply select the Fast Access Mode on the Smart ABDO and then clip the ABDO to the belt or to a purse. With Fast Access Mode equipped, the device is unlocked granting users quick access to the firearm.

“EAA Corp previously announced the creation of a device that would change the face of concealed carry and firearm storage and the Smart ABDO has done just that. No other device on the market offers the level of connectivity and functionality found in this incredible device,” EAA Corp said in a press release.

Due to its smart technology, the device does require data connectivity which runs $10 per month on top of the Smart ABDO’s price tag of $450; though EAA Corp is running a holiday special, knocking the price down to $349.

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