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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Introducing the Compact 'Pepper Shot" Pepper Spray (1/2 oz)

Are you by any chance in the market for a compact pepper spray device that you can carry around as a key-chain? A lot of people like to have a small (yet powerful) device such as this available at their fingertips in case they need to defend themselves. As you may have read by now, our motto is that your protection is our priority and as such we try to provide you with a wide selection of devices you can choose from. When it comes to pepper spray, there are really a lot of categories, but out of the smallest and most compact available canisters we could easily single out Pepper Shot Pepper Spray products due to its great functionality and easy usage. They come with locking actuator (for your own safety) as well as with a quick key release key-chain feature which means that they are both compact, lightweight and easy to use.



 The effective range of one such canister is measured to be around eight (8) feet. This gives you enough distance to repel the attacker without them getting to close to you and assaulting you physically. One canister provides with a total of five bursts, each one lasting one second. To make them count and use them effectively, we suggest you aim at the attacker's face and try to hit the area around the eyes.

 The Pepper Shot™ Pepper Spray comes in a hard case canister with a very practical design. The formula is a 10% pepper spray which has been rated at 2 million scoville heat units and is made with a very fine grain that is more effective than the coarser grains of most other pepper sprays.

 Aside from causing pain, the Pepper Shot Pepper Spray's formula also swells the mucous membranes, which makes breathing difficult, and swells the veins in the eyes, causing the eyes to close. Depending on several factors these effects can last up to 20 to 30 minuets. Since this is something hard to predict you best use your chance to get to safety as soon as possible and call for help and local authorities right away.

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