Mace Pepper Gel self defense sprays work even on windy days! This MACE pepper spray features the stopping power of a gel formulation, a readily accessible LED light, and the original Mace Flip design for fumble-free and accurate spraying of your self defense weapon.
The Gel Pepper Spray is a patent pending formulation that allows you to accurately spray your attacker without the risk of blow back on windy days. Accidental discharge is not an option when using this personal defense pepper spray, because it uses a flip-top-safety cap while the finger grip dispenser makes it easy to aim at your target and not at yourself!
This self defense spray is small enough to carry and the built-in LED makes it a multi-purpose night time self defense weapon that you can take with you when walking the dog at night, taking a walk, or even walking through a dimly lit parking lot.
When this pepper spray is sprayed a sticky gel (instead of liquid) comes out until it reaches your attacker's face. The effects are immediate to the attacker and now they also have to remove all the thick gunk from their skin and hair. This means you have more time to seek safety!
Because it sprays as gel, this pepper spray has an amazing 18 foot range and up to 20 short blasts. This leaves plenty of room to keep your distance from danger.
With plenty of 10% OC Pepper you can spray as many times as necessary in the event of an attack. As an added self defense and confidence measure, this powerful portable weapon comes ready with invisible UV marking dye that can help police identify your attacker.
Now you are ready to protect yourself. Simply Spray and get away!
Liquid pepper spray can contaminate unwanted persons or surrounding area, especially if deployed indoors. With the pepper gel, you don't have to worry, because the effects are directed only at the area the gel touches; making this model an ideal tool for private security guards or persons dealing with possibly dangerous or unstable individuals on a regular basis.
A patent pending formulation, the Mace gel pepper spray contains 1.4% capsaicinoid concentration, which is hotter than most pepper sprays on the market. Your live depends on it, why chance it!
Mace Pepper Sprays are formulated to be a safe, effective, and less-than-lethal means of self defense.
Gel OC Pepper: The thick gel sticks to the assailant, delivering a strong dose of OC pepper. When hit in the face, the sticky gel will temporarily “blindfold” them. And upon direct contact with eyes, respiratory system and mucous membranes, the active ingredients in the pepper gel will cause the eyes to slam shut, coughing, and an intense burning sensation to the skin.
UV Dye: Marks the assailant and may aid in identification once apprehended.
Effects should lessen in approximately 45 minutes.
Use: For maximum effect and range, it is recommended to prepare Pepper Spray for immediate use with a few rapid shakes prior to taking aim and discharging at your attacker. Deploy Pepper Spray by using thumb or forefinger to depress trigger in short 2 to 3 second bursts, Pepper Spray can be quickly dispensed if trigger is continuously depressed.
Safety: Strong irritant, keep out of reach of children. Read instructions and first-aid directions included with your Pepper Spray prior to use. If accidentally exposed to Pepper Spray, remove contaminated contact lenses and clothing immediately, flush effected areas with plenty of cool water and expose to fresh air as soon as possible. Spray canisters are under pressure, do not puncture or incinerate.
Storage: Store in cool dry areas away from heat, flame or strong sunlight. Do not store where temperature may exceed 120°F/50°C such as an enclosed vehicle, which can cause spray canisters to leak from over pressurization and fail to function properly. Do not store in cold environments below 32°F/0°C, which can cause depressurization and the loss of effective range.
Expiration: Mace Pepper Spray has an approximate shelf-life of 4 years, each unit is labeled with an expiration date. Expired units may have reduced effectiveness and loss of range or fail to function, and should be disposed of in accordance with local environmental regulations.
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