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Does the Pink Pepper Spray work better than the other colors?

Posted by Rob on Wednesday, 3 March, 2010

I am always getting questions in the e-mail. What self defense product would you suggest for this situation? Do you ship internationally? What is the difference between this product and that one?

When I get a particularly good question, I try to incorporate the answer into the product description in case others have the same question. Likewise, when I get a product question I refer back to the product page to verify that I didn’t already include those extra details. Many times the answer was there and the customer simply overlooked that section.

Like the saying goes “The only stupid question is the one you don’t ask…” I did however get an unusual question the other day from a female prospective customer.

wildfire pepper sprayDoes the Pink Pepper Spray work better than the other colors?

At first I wasn’t sure if it was a joke, or a serious inquiry. I resisted the urge to immediately respond that the color of the plastic casing had no bearing on the effectiveness of the product. I could have simply reassured this person that the black, red, blue or pink models were all equal.

Instead I pondered what other meaning could possibly be behind this question. Yes, I was bored and had some free time to spare…

So I carefully crafted the following answer:

“Yes, the pink pepper spray works better. Physically, the pepper spray contained in each colored container is identical. Psychologically, if you are more apt to actually carry the pink colored model, it will be 100% more effective than a black, blue or red container that you leave at home or don’t practice using. I would suggest the Wildfire 18% Pepper spray keychain over the Pepper Shot 10% pepper spray keychain. – In pink, if that is your favorite color.”

After I already sent that reply, I second thought my response. But it was too late, sent means sent. Now I was hoping I didn’t come across negatively, slightly sarcastic, or otherwise rude. Oh well, what are you going to do, right?

So a couple of hours later, I heard back from this woman. Not in the form of an e-mail reply, but on a purchase notification.

She placed an order for five Wildfire Pepper Spray key chains. Four in pink, one in blue.

I’m not sure what she is going to do with the blue one. Maybe that one is for her husband or son.

Be Safe, Be Prepared, Color coordinate your self defense accessories.

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Updates to our Pretty in Pink Self Defense Products

Posted by Rob on Friday, 12 February, 2010

We have two additional Pink Girly Girl Self Defense items, one I just forgot to mention, and one brand new pink pepper spray model after posting Pretty in Pink, Girly Girl Self Defense Products.

wildfire pepper sprayWe are excited to offer out newest Pink hottie, the Wildfire 1/2 ounce key chain Pepper Spray, with an impressive 18% OC rating. This stuff is as hot as it gets unless you are arming yourself for grizzly bear.

The Wildfire brand pepper spray is our top of the line defensive spray boasting one of the hottest, and most importantly the fastest reacting pepper spray products on the market. Wildfire immediately slams your assailant’s eyes shut, permeates their pores of the skin, and inhibits their respiratory system. They are in for a world of hurt, and fast.

The pink product I forgot to previously mention was our UFO Multi Function Alarm, one of the most versatile home or personal alarm that we currently carry. It is available in 6 colors, most importantly pink. It is very easy to set-up and can operate in a number of scenarios:

  • As a Burglar alarm, the patented and innovative design allows the UFO alarm to use an alligator clip and rubber shim to arm the device from the outside 
  • As a Door/Window alarm, secure your doors and windows using the alligator clip
  • As a Drawer/Cupboard alarm, protect your private documents and valuables
    with the alligator clip attachment
  • As a Personal alarm, press the panic button or pull out the wrist strap to sound the alarm if you are threatened
  • As an Anti-Snatch Bag alarm, if your bag or purse is taken, the UFO alarm will sound
  • As a Flashlight, the bottom of the alarm can be used to illuminate dark places

Sometimes a girl just has to have pink! You are already well aware that you should be carrying your pepper spray and stun gun wherever you go. You never know when you just might need to deploy some girl power.

Of course, all of our products come in other neutral or manly colors, so whatever your color preference, we got you covered.

Be Safe, Be Stylish, Be Prepared.

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Hot enough for you?

Posted by Rob on Monday, 4 August, 2008

20-plus days of triple-digit, record breaking temperatures in Northern Texas? No thank you, I prefer the milder New England summers, although we seem to be getting quite a bit of rain lately.

If you are stuck out there in Texas, Arizona, Florida or any other scorcher zones, drink plenty of water, take frequent breaks if working or playing outside and wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing.

I hate really intense temperatures. I can’t stand opening the outside door and feel like I just got smacked in the face with a hot iron. Then you make it to your car and it is at least 30 degrees hotter in there, if that is even possible. Don’t leave your cell phone or iPod on the dashboard, it may be a melted pool of plastic and electronic parts dripping on your floor.

Speaking of face melting, remember that scene at the end of the first Indiana Jones movie? All the bad guy’s faces and bodies started to melt when the ark opened up? 110 degrees of hot Texas sun won’t quite do that, but Wildfire 18% Pepper Spray will bring that feeling in a hurry.

Wildfire 18% pepper spray is triple-digit hot, hot, hot. Wildfire is made from 18% Oleoresin Capsicum (OC), which is a derivative of 3 Million Scoville Heat Units (SHU).

Besides it’s intense burning, melting or scorching sensation, it is an inflammatory agent, which induces coughing, choking and nausea, as well as dilating the eyes of an attacker, resulting in temporary blindness. The mucous membranes will swell up, preventing all but life support breathing and causing temporary incapacitation.

A meer one second burst of this Wildfire pepper spray will stop an attacker for a good 45 minutes without causing permanent damage.

It comes in five convenient sizes, a 1/2 ounce or 1.5 ounce key chain model, and 4 ounce, 9 ounce and 16 ounce cans. Yes, the 16 ounce (1 pound) is a monster sized can capable of hosing down quite a few hooligans if necessary. Only you know what situation may arise in your area, but that size is a favorite with police and security professionals.

The 1/2 ounce or 1.5 ounce keychains are starter sized models. Sadly some people can’t be bothered carrying pepper spray, then wish they had it when they need it. These small but effective sizes are designed to fit on your keychain so it is always readily available. You are less likely to forget to pack your pepper spray when it is chained to your car keys. Just don’t bury it at the bottom of your purse or coat pocket and wander out without it at the ready. You won’t have time to fish it out of your purse, have it in your hand.

The larger models of pepper spray are designed to be attached to your belt with a side holster. Easy to retrieve, convenient to carry. Just carry it everyday and practice pulling it out and firing. Make it a natural, quick and effortless motion.

Pack some liquid heat and melt some faces.

We can not ship Pepper Sprays to Hawaii, New York, Massachusetts or Wisconsin. However, Michigan and New York are authorized to receive Bear Sprays and Dog Repellents. Click Here for Michigan Approved Sprays.

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