"There is no question that this product will bring awareness and assist people from becoming date rape victims. It will also provide protection when illicit drugs are slipped into an unsuspecting victim’s drink." commented Lance Norris
Tallahassee, Florida (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Drink Safe Technologies, a leader in Date Rape Drug Detection solutions, announces that they have created an innovative coaster and test strip that will detect Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and Ketamine, the drug most commonly used to spike a drink for date rape purposes. This will help keep you safe while you travel around or drink within a large crowded venue, such as a bar or concert.
The Drink Safe Coaster has two tests per coaster, measuring 4"x 4" with five-color graphics. Custom logo coasters are popular with women support groups, universities, bars, sexual assault awareness programs and more.
These coasters are discrete and easy to use while in a crowded venue. They will also fit within a purse or a clutch. Imagine being at a crowded bar, turning your head for an instant and then someone slipping in the date rape drug. This product protects against this happening.
Not also is it easy to carry, but easy to use. When using the Drink Safe Coaster or test strip, place drops of the beverage to be tested onto each spot. Wait until it dries, and then receive the results within seconds. If any part of either spot turns to a DARKER BLUE COLOR, a positive test result has occurred and the drink should be discarded.
Drink Safe Technologies test coasters and strips has been approved for use in all beverages alcholic and non-alcholic such as bottled waters, cola and soft drink products, beers and ales, spirits and mixed drinks such as vodka, gin and whiskey, scotch and so on, and mixed drinks containing them.
"There is no question that this product will bring awareness and assist people from becoming date rape victims. It will also provide protection when illicit drugs are slipped into an unsuspecting victim’s drink," commented Lance Norris
The date rape prevention product has been featured on the NBC Today Show, November 2012 issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine and Toronto Star.