Sprays don’t just vanquish and kill mosquitoes - Some Super Spray keep predators at bay!
KEEP YOU SAFE
Pocket Size: Bottle has 3.5-inches height and 1-inch width
No of Shots: 40 shots of half of the second
Bottle Weight:80 grams
High Emission Rate: Jet Spray range of between 8 -10 feet
Content: 60 ml
Shelf Life: 2 Years
Mark Chilli Spray is extra effective than regular spray because of 5% of Oleoresin Capsicum concentration solution. Due to its effectiveness, it can be used to tackle 5-6 aggressors at a time.
SPECIAL DESIGNED CAP
A thoughtful design to make it an exclusive, it has a Thumb Cut Dome that makes easier to locate the nozzle even in the dark or emergency.
This effective feature saves you from accidental discharge inwards on you.
When sprayed liberally and directly on the face, the chemical, Oleoresin Capsicum (O.C.), causes an intense burning sensation in not only the eyes but also in the nasal passage and the facial/bodily skin of the aggressor. This cause attacker's eyes to burn, forcing them to shut them tightly and keep them rubbing for relief; making you practically invisible to them. This effect lasts for approximately 30 minutes – long enough to allow you to take some further safety measures such as running away or calling someone for help.
‘Any Pepper Spray is an Arm under the ARMS act, however, license is required only for "Fire Arms" (containing gun powder & explosive ingredients)/ lethal weapons and therefore no license is required for keeping a Pepper Spray’ and its usage of the product for Self Defence is allowed under IPC Section 96, Section 97, Section 102, Section 105, and Section 106.
However, unwarranted use/misuse of this product is a crime.
Read our User Manual to read more about warning and Cautions related to Mark Pepper Spray.
I got this for me and my roomie but we have not used it yet on anyone. Thank God for that. But it's a must-have product for every girl. Did a little trial in the air with only one single shot of spray and it's effect was visible instantly. In short, we had to vacate the hostel room for a few hours.