The following is a press release from SABRE
A new product from SABRE – the #1 pepper spray trusted by police and consumers worldwide – offers users a chance become comfortable with pepper spray before being confronted by a dangerous person. The compact, affordable New User Kit includes training instructions as well as a practice canister and pepper spray canister. This combination of products helps users fully maximize their safety and learn about the most effective way to use the product.
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“June is National Safety Month, and we know that being safe starts with being prepared. That’s why we want to give SABRE users the best opportunity to protect themselves to their fullest potential. Being prepared and familiar with the product will significantly help users when facing a threat,” said David Nance, CEO of SABRE.
The pepper spray comes in a key ring model with 25 bursts, five times the competition, and a 10-foot range. The police-strength spray is backed by SABRE’s exclusive in-house lab that guarantees industry-leading heat levels. The ballistic stream pattern reduces wind blow-back while the safety prevents accidental discharge. The spray includes a Quick Release Key Ring, allowing users to immediately access their spray when keys are in ignition or lock, and is available in four colors. SABRE is excited that users can now become comfortable with all of these features before needing the spray in a real-life setting. The kit has the potential to dispel fears about carrying pepper spray and appeal to a wider audience in need of self-defense.
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The New User Kit has a retail price of $14.99 and is available online and in stores today. SABRE has also been sharing tips for National Safety Month.
Safety is a state of mind, and this video shows how important a safety mindset is. The New User Kit can help consumers achieve just that!
For more information, visit https://www.sabrered.com
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