Sep 8, 2016

15 Must Have Self Defense Gadgets For You.

Collection of 'Must Have Self Defense Gadgets For You' from all over the world to keep you safe.

Go Guarded Self Defense Ring: The Go Guarded Self Defense Ring is a simple tool thats convenient, comfortable, and effective, lets you defend yourself if the unthinkable should happen. Just put it on your finger; and its perfect for hikers, runners, and active people. Buy Now: $15.99.

Go Guarded Self Defense Ring
MTS: MTS looks like any other laptop computer bag, but a quick flick of the wrist swiftly you get a 3-foot long blanket of protection. This shield weighs just 8 lbs and can protect you and your family. Designed for EDC, it comes with an expandable utility pouch with secret access that can hold a wide range of equipment and gadgets. Buy Now: $ 899.

Gotchacap: The Gotchacap is a low profile self-defense tool that's built-in to a hat. This portable tool is concealed in your hat. More info.


Karambite: Karambite can be gripped in multiple configurations and provides superior retain-ability for cutting or self-defense purposes. Its rugged, constructed of S35VN, and the blade is just less than 1.25 inches. Buy Now: $98.


Peacekeepermini: This is a self-defense device that features a flashlight, pepper spray, and Bluetooth crowdalert technology. When activated, it connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and sends alerts to phones of your family and friends that you need assistance. More info.

The Key: The Key is a compact self-defense tool that lets you buy some time to get away. It's a keychain that you can take along with you everywhere. Buy Now: $9.95.

Key compact self-defense tool
Yoogo Keychain: Yoogo is a keychain for self-defense; this multipurpose keychain is compact and discreet and sits comfortably between your fingers. Buy Now: $19.99.

Yoogo Keychain

Kuba-Kickz: The Kuba-Kickz is a self-defense addon for your shoes. Just place it in the shoelace to provide a simple, lightweight, and effective self-defense tool. Buy Now: $15.58.

Trak: Trak is an ultra lightweight knife for selfdefense for runners, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. This wearable titanium knife features a retention hole that lets you wrap your fingers around it and gives grip. You can wear it around your neck or put it on your keychain. It comes with thermoplastic retention sheath. Pre-order: $45.


Defender II Glove: The Defender II Glove looks like regular motorcycle gloves but comes with total eight ounces of steel sewn into knuckle area. Buy Now: $31.17 - $114.18.

Defender II Glove
Back Attackpack: The Back Attackpack is a backpack addon that holds bear spray and when activated, sprays on the animal behind you while you run away and find safety. Buy Now: $124.99.

Back Attackpack
Unbreakable Umbrella: The Unbreakable Umbrella weighs just 1 lb. 4.4 oz and doubles as a self-defense tool. Buy Now: $229.95.

Unbreakable Umbrella
Defender: The Defender is a smart personal protection system for everywhere security that combines self-defense and 24/7 security. You can take pictures; sound an alert to attract attention and it also features a strong pepper spray. All you need to do is push the button when you sense trouble around and leave the rest to Defender. It's compatible with iOS and Android devices. Pre-order: $179.


Zerohour Apex: Zerohour Apex is a tactical pen that features a waterproof ink cartridge, and tungsten steel glass-breaking tip. The tungsten steel tip can be used to break glass when you need to enter or exit a space quickly, or for self-defense and more. It's available in titanium or aluminum. Buy Now: $ 59 - $ 89.

Zerohour Apex
Nukotools Fatboy G10 Punchring: The Fatboy is made from Black G10 fiberboard, comes with a keyring hole, can be attached to your keychain and have it with you at all times. Buy Now: $25.

Nukotools Fatboy G10 Punchring
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