- 3 Million SHU (Scoville Heat Units)
- Fires heavy stream pattern 8-10 feet
- 1/2 oz (11 gram) unit contains 10 half-second bursts
- Hard case with quick key release key ring
- Contains marking Green Dye for assailant identification
- Non-flammable - TASER/ECD compatible
- Manufacture date stamped on each container
- 3 year shelf life
- Measures 3 1/2" high x 1 1/4" diameter
- Note: Green dye is permanent and will not wash off of clothing and NOT meant for indoor use.
Fox Labs Pepper Spray now comes in the form of a keychain. This ½ oz. canister unit not only emits pepper spray with three million SHU (Scoville Heat Units) through a heavy stream pattern up to 8-10 feet, it also releases a green dye to mark your offender for easy identification following the attack. One half-second burst from this powerful, effective self-defense tool will immobilize your attacker. Fox Labs pepper spray is also the number one choice for all law enforcement officers. In addition, this product comes in a hard case with quick key release key ring for easy carrying and access when required. This product has a three-year shelf life and each container is stamped with a manufacture date. It measures 3 1/2" high x 1 1/4" diameter.
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Red button at top is too loose, unit will deploy if carried in pants pocket or purse.
Mr Stephen is correct, twist-lock pepper sprays should not be kept in pockets or less secure purses as the tight space and shifting may cause the spray to go off when you do not intend it to. It's best kept on a keyring or lanyard that you carry outside of a pocket or in a secure area in a purse. We recommend pepper sprays with flip-tops if the intent is to carry it in your pocket or purse.
Never used it but always very confident in Fox pepper sprays. Home Security superstore is A+. Great prices and fast free shipping. I wouldn’t buy pepper spray anywhere else.
Gave two of these as a gift for my son and his girlfriend who live on Campus. They were thrilled. Let's hope they don't have to use them, but it's good to know they have them if need be.
Havent used it, but would love to see the results. I believe its good that it marks the location of the attack, and the attacker if he/she can find their way out.