About SABRE® Safety Products:
From panic alarms for your keychain to magnetic door & window alarms to powerful pepper sprays, the SABRE® Safety Products at The Home Security Superstore will give you peace of mind.
SABRE is one of the most well-known names in pepper spray, and with a slogan like “Making Grown Men Cry Since 1975,” why shouldn’t it be? Their highly-effective pepper spray products are designed to give you plenty of time to escape from an assailant without inflicting permanent injury.
Pepper spray works by causing an attacker’s membranes to swell and their eyes to water. They’ll have trouble breathing for up to an hour which means you’ll have plenty of time to get away. SABRE products come in all shapes and sizes and are designed for all kinds of activities: jogging, biking, business, or even for kids. Additionally, we believe safety is all about prevention, and many of the SABRE alarms can thwart a break-in attempt or an assault before it ever happens.
Keeping a SABRE pepper spray or alarm on you at all times ensures you’re ready for whatever comes your way. Consider gifting your recent college grad with a SABRE pepper spray keychain or panic alarm or giving your elderly parent a SABRE home alarm. You never know when you’ll need an effective way to deter an attack from up to 15-feet away – SABRE has you covered! Search The Home Security Superstore’s wide selection of SABRE brand products.
SALES PROHIBITED TO: Massachusetts and New York.
SALES RESTRICTED TO(These states have size limits)
The capacity of the pepper spray canister cannot exceed the following:
- Arkansas: 4.99 ounces
- California: 2.5 ounces
- Florida: 2.5 ounces
- New Jersey: 0.75 ounces
- North Carolina: 4.99 ounces
- Texas: 4.99 ounces
PEPPER SPRAYS W/ TEAR GAS PROHIBITED TO: Wisconsin, Hawaii and Washington D.C.
Most pepper spray does not have tear gas. If a pepper spray has tear gas, it will clearly state that it does.
DISCLAIMER, RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT: The Home Security Superstore is not responsible for any physical harm or damage from the use or misuse of self-defence weapons including pepper spray purchased from us.
By purchasing a self-defence weapon, including pepper spray from us you understand that The Home Security Superstore does not warrant that you may legally purchase, possess, or carry these products according to any state or local laws. You also acknowledge that you have determined their legality before purchasing and that you are an adult of at least 18 years of age and under no legal disability.
By purchasing a self-defence weapon, including pepper spray from The Home Security Superstore, the buyer warrants that he/she is in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations regarding the purchase, ownership and use of the item. The buyer expressly agrees to indemnify and hold harmless The Home Security Superstore for all claims resulting directly or indirectly from the purchase, ownership and use of the item in compliance or violation of federal state and local laws or regulations.
Please check local laws before ordering any self-defence weapon, including pepper spray.
One 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. Self-defense sprays containing more than 2 percent by mass of tear gas (CS or CN) are prohibited in checked baggage.
We recommend checking with your airline as some may not allow this item in checked bags.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can get pepper spray out of your eyes by flushing the affected area with water which should disperse the oils a bit, make sure to avoid using soap as it is an irritant as well. To make sure you do not expose yourself again remove any clothing that may have been sprayed..
No, pepper spray is not illegal and can be owned and carried in all states, but there are some restrictions. Massachusetts and New York only allow pepper spray to be bought in state with restrictions and Arkansas, California, Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and Texas all have size restrictions.