In expanding its pepper spray line, SABRE hopes to empower more people like the Buffalo women who used pepper spray to escape and attempted abduction last December.
(PRWEB) April 14, 2016
SABRE now offers a pink version of its popular Compact Pepper Spray with Clip, providing discreet protection on the go. In expanding its pepper spray line, SABRE hopes to empower more people like the Buffalo woman who used pepper spray to escape an attempted abduction last December. The Pink Compact pepper Spray with Clip contains 35 bursts (up to 5x other brands) at a distance of up to 10 feet (3M) away. This product’s powerful stream delivery reduces wind blow-back for enhanced spray containment.
“In the past year or two, we’ve received numerous requests for a pink Compact Pepper Spray with Clip - and are able to offer the product to our consumer base in 2016,” said David Nance, SABRE CEO/V.P. of Sales and Marketing. “We’re proud to expand our line of consumer-friendly products featuring police strength and a 4-year shelf life, among other advantages.”
The Pink Compact Pepper Spray with Clip is available for $9.99 on http://www.sabrered.com.
SABRE, the no. 1 pepper spray trusted by police and consumers worldwide, is family owned and operated with four decades of experience and is the leading brand in personal safety. The company’s law enforcement grade pepper sprays provide consumers with the same superior quality chosen exclusively by the New York Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and law enforcement agencies worldwide. SABRE has trained 3,500 officers around the globe on the use of force and how to use pepper spray. SABRE also has a line of consumer personal alarms and home security systems, and is dedicated to educating its customers. SABRE’s Personal Safety Academy is available through certified instructors around the world to help teach personal safety skills to SABRE users. Learn more at http://www.sabrered.com, on Facebook at ‘SABRE-Security Equipment Corporation’, on Twitter @SabreRed or on Instagram @SabreSafety.