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Smart Pepper Spray - World's First Pepper Spray with Emergency Location Text Messages

Item Number
757
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Priceless
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$100 USD
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50
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Item Description

Smart Pepper Spray - World's First Pepper Spray with Emergency Location Text Messages and Phone Calls - Built-in Siren and Strobe LED Lights - 4-Year, No-Charging Battery Life

  • Pepper spray that connects to your phone (iOS + Android)
  • When fired, automatically sends text message with your location to your emergency contacts
  • When fired, also makes a phone call to your emergency contacts
  • Built-in 130 dB siren to attract attention, and strobe LED lights to make it easy to aim in the dark
  • 4-year, no-charging battery life

Pepper Spray

  • Maximum strength (1.33% major capsaicinoids)
  • Over 10 foot range
  • Up to 10 shots
  • 0.5 oz pepper spray content (same as most popular standalone pepper sprays)

Location Text Messages & Phone Calls 

  • When you fire the Smart Pepper Spray, a text message with a Google Maps link is automatically sent to your emergency contacts
  • On top of that, your emergency contacts receive an automatic phone call informing them that you are in danger and that they have received a text message with your location
  • Enabled by the FREE Plegium app, available on App Store and Google Play (Search for "Plegium")
  • Add up to 5 emergency contacts

Siren 

  • 130 dB, louder than most standalone personal alarms (!)
  • Tuned for maximum penetration. The siren has been tuned to resonate at frequencies where the human ear is the most sensitive.
  • Activates automatically when you fire the Smart Pepper Spray

Triple LED Strobe Lights 

  • Triple strobe LED lights light up and blink when you fire the Smart Pepper Spray, helping you aim in the dark
  • Strobe-blinking (19 times-per-second) disorients the attacker. Police worldwide use strobe flashlights to disorients subjects in arrest situations.