Mother's Day Sale - Don't Get Her Flowers - Read This First!
This Mother's Day, take a stand against the same boring and predictable presents.
Mom wants to know that you spent a little bit of time and put some thought into getting her just the right gift.
Sure, she'll still give you a warm hug and a peck on the cheek when you give her the same old:
- "funny cooking apron"
- "matching dust pan and broom combo"
- "cooking or craft book"
- "box of candy"
- or "fuzzy slippers and matching bathrobe."
- ...But doesn't she deserve a little more than that?
Stay out of the dog house this Mother's Day...
Give her the "gift of security" and watch her face light up!
Why? Because a $100 bouquet of the finest red roses will be dead and smelling up the house in just a short two weeks, but a gift of security can keep her safe for years on end!
Think we're kidding - take a look at the chart below. It shows you the average time that you can expect your fresh-cut flowers to survive after you give them to Mom on Mother's Day.
Again, we're not kidding! If you're going to get Mom any kind of flower bouquet worth having it's going to cost you a pretty penny at the flower shop and it's going to survive less than two weeks before they're dead and ugly - and on their way to the garbage can.
So, what is quite possibly the best gift for Mom on Mother's Day?
We'll say it again: "Something that is unique - slightly different - and will let her know that you really want to see her in one piece again on next Mother's Day. ...The gift of Security!
Security products have come a long way in recent years and our manufacturers have started to make incredible and cover designs for ladies self-defense products. In fact, we have an absolute huge selection of high-quality women and ladies self-defense pepper spray and stun guns.
Here are some of the top selling self-defense products Mom's buy every day on our site:
Red Hot Pepper Sprays for Self-Defense and Personal Protection:
Powerful Stun Guns and Devices for Self-Defense and Personal Protection:
Where can Mom use Pepper Spray or a Stun Gun to keep her safe?
That's right, you can use pepper spray or stun guns all throughout your busy day. You should never put your own personal safety or self-defense on the "back-burner." During or after you've become a victim of a random or targeted act of violence is never the best time to think about your own personal safety.
Do you know someone (a friend - family member - loved one - or employee) that does not carry pepper spray or a stun gun in one of the pictured scenarios shown above?
Don't think for a moment that people in this country are not FED UP with careless dog owners and dogs off of leashes. Take a few quality and educational minutes to read this great blog post here - on "Riley's Place."
Pepper spray or a stun device is perfect:
- For dorm rooms at college or apartment living
- To put by your front door or in your master bedroom (out of the reach of children)
- To use while jogging, hiking, walking, in city streets or on trails
- To use when camping, hiking, hunting, fishing
- For traveling, flat tires, or other roadside emergencies
- When you're out at night or after dark, in parking lots, after daylight savings time, etc.
- For giving to those you love, friends, relatives, employees, or anytime gifts
So what does Pepper Spray or a Stun Device do to an attacker?
Pepper spray, also known as OC spray (from "oleoresin capsicum"), OC gas, and capsicum spray, is a lachrymatory agent (a chemical compound that irritates the eyes to cause tears, pain, and temporary blindness) used in policing, riot control, crowd control, and personal self-defense, including defense against dogs and bears. Its inflammatory effects cause the eyes to close, taking away vision.
- This temporary blindness allows officers to more easily restrain subjects and permits people using pepper spray for self-defense an opportunity to escape. Although considered a less-than-lethal agent, it has been deadly in rare cases, and concerns have been raised about a number of deaths where being pepper sprayed may have been a contributing factor.
Pepper spray is an inflammatory agent. It causes immediate closing of the eyes, difficulty breathing, runny nose, and coughing. The duration of its effects depends on the strength of the spray but the average full effect lasts around thirty to forty-five minutes, with diminished effects lasting for hours.
The Journal of Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science published a study that concluded that single exposure of the eye to OC is harmless, but repeated exposure can result in long-lasting changes in corneal sensitivity. They found no lasting decrease in visual acuity.
The European Parliament Scientific and Technological Options Assessment (STOA) published in 1998 "An Appraisal of Technologies of Political Control" with extensive information on pepper spray and tear gas. They write:
- "The effects of pepper spray are far more severe, including:
- temporary blindness which lasts from 15–30 minutes
- a burning sensation of the skin which lasts from 45 to 60 minutes
- upper body spasms which force a person to bend forward
- and uncontrollable coughing making it difficult to breathe or speak for between 3 to 15 minutes."
A stun gun is an electrical non-lethal self-defense device that uses high voltage to stop an attacker. Touching a person with the prongs on the stun gun quickly immobilizes the attacker. However, because the amperage is very low, no serious or permanent injury is inflicted.
- An electroshock weapon is an incapacitant weapon used for incapacitating a person by administering electric shock aimed at disrupting superficial muscle functions and/or causing pain without significantly hurting the subject.
Multiple types of these devices exist differing by the mode of use. Stun guns, batons (or prods), and belts administer an electric shock by direct contact, whereas Tasers (conducted electrical weapons, CEW) fire projectiles that administer the shock through thin flexible wires. Long-range electroshock projectiles, which can be fired from ordinary shotguns and do not need the wires, have been developed as well.
- Stun guns are designed to key into the nervous system.
- They dump their energy into the muscles at a different frequency than the pulse waves emanating from the brain.
- The pulse waves coming from the brain and those from the stun gun collide at the nerve synapse' which is a type of complex processing switch adjacent to each muscle group.
The resulting energy collision makes it difficult for an attacker to move and function. This causes disorientation and loss of balance and leaves the attacker in a passive and confused condition for several minutes. Still, stun guns have no significant effect on the heart and other organs.
So this Mother's Day - or any other day of the year...
Make sure you and your loved ones are safe. Some of our pepper sprays cost about as much as a ticket to the movies and nearly every single pepper spray or stun gun in our inventory costs less than filling up your gas tank.
Stun Guns can last for years and pepper spray is good for about 3 years, but 24 red roses will be dead in less than three weeks.
Get a unique and caring "anytime" gift that keeps on giving all year long - give the gift of security and you'll really be making a statement about the special person that receives it! Don't think for a moment that it won't go unnoticed - and it will be the best gift they receive!