LARGO, FL--(Marketwired - December 06, 2016) - Stealth Technologies, Inc. (STTH), announced today the development of the 911 Help Now Generation II Product.
"As previously reported, the first generation product, Gen I 911 Help Now, has produced record sales during which we have received feedback from our distribution channels and customer market base expressing interest in upgrades to the current product including: longer battery standby, waterproofing, and upgraded encasement durability," said Brian McFadden, CEO.
In response to this identified market demand, Stealth Technologies has incorporated these changes into the development of the Gen II product and will soon launch a new waterproof unit to market with a 5-year battery standby time, housed in an upgraded aluminum and composite case, representing a substantial escalation in both the functionality and aesthetics of our original device.
"Concurrent with the introduction of the Gen II product to market, our strategic marketing analysis supports the continuation of our Gen I sales, thereby offering products at multiple price points in order to capture a broader audience in the marketplace," concluded McFadden.
About Stealth Technologies, Inc.
Stealth Technologies Inc. is a technology company focused on product development and sales in the personal financial protection and data protection businesses. Stealth Card, the company's first product to market, is designed to protect the RFID chip in a consumer's credit card from "electronic pickpocketing" that uses a smartphone, credit card reader or RFID antenna to remotely access data stored on the consumer's "Smartchip." Stealth Card renders the chipped information invisible or "Stealth" to intrusion.
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