The Mace Purse Pepper Spray is discreet in it's concealment as a stylish cosmetic case, which is great when you are going out or for everyday protection in your purse.
Cosmetic Case Design
10% OC Pepper + UV Dye Formula
Stream Spray Pattern
Up to 5 bursts
Dimensions, Weight and Safety
Approx. 4" h x 1" w
10% Pepper Extreme Stream (Aerosol)
The Mace Brand Hot Pink Purse pepper spray model sprays in a stream pattern, has up to 5 bursts and has a 10 foot range. It is 100% TSA/FAA compliant for checked baggage airline travel. For any questions, please check with the airline.
Mace Brand Purse pepper spray is a formulation of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC), a natural ingredient derived from hot peppers. Upon direct facial contact, OC Pepper causes eyes to slam shut, coughing and an intense burning sensation to the skin with extreme discomfort of vision and the respiratory system. Effects should lessen in approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
To use the Mace Brand Purse model pepper spray, remove the protective cover and position your finger on the actuator button. You are now ready to spray the assailant by pressing down on the actuator button.
Store in cool dry areas away from heat, flame or strong sunlight. Do not store where temperature may exceed 120 degrees F/50 degrees C such as an enclosed vehicle, which can cause spray canisters to leak from over pressurization and fail to function properly. Do not store in cold environments below 32°F/0°C, which can cause depressurization and the loss of effective range.
Mace Brand pepper sprays have a shelf life of four years from the date of manufacture and each unit is labeled with an expiration date. An expired unit will not have the amount of pressurization needed to spray properly. Expired units should be disposed of in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations. We recommend purchasing a new unit every two to three years to make sure you are always safe!
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.