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Spraytect™ Pepper Spray iPhone Case

Spraytect™ Pepper Spray iPhone Case - RF CafeBe the first in your office to own an iPhone case with a built-in pepper spray dispenser. For just $39.95 you can own a weapon of personal destruction. A 3-step firing process helps prevent accidental triggering. "Spraytect's pepper spray is a proprietary blend that uses habanero pepper, one of the hottest peppers available, as the main ingredient. This blend is the same formulation used by organizations like Homeland Security, US Military, FBI offices, Police Departments across the country as well as Corrections Officers. " For the ladies, the Spraytect iPhone pepper spray case comes in four colors, including Pink Ruger® 380 LCP - RF Cafepink which will go perfectly with your pink Ruger® 380 LCP.



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