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NAME: Spraytect

DESCRIPTION: “Protection goes mobile” with this iPhone case integrating a pepper spray. The small gas canister located on the back of the case will protect you from any potential danger. To use it, the user has to pull the safety clip, rotate the lever into firing position and finally fire. Quite simple on paper, less so in real life. The Spraytect is available in many different colors on Amazon for $39.95. The case is only compatible with iPhone 4/4S. Sorry, iPhone 5 owners, you will remain vulnerable for now.

AMUSEMENT RATE: After the taser, the bulletproof or even a previous pepper spray case, here is another one protection-oriented iPhone accessory. There must be a real market for those kind of things to exist. The worst part being that most of the customers must be suburban housewives getting worried while watching QVC. And even if they were in a situation to use it, the 30 seconds required to turn the thing on would give plenty of time for the thug to mug the user. Thank you Spraytect!

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By AMUSEMENT

 

NAME: Spraytect

DESCRIPTION: “Protection goes mobile” with this iPhone case integrating a pepper spray. The small gas canister located on the back of the case will protect you from any potential danger. To use it, the user has to pull the safety clip, rotate the lever into firing position and finally fire. Quite simple on paper, less so in real life. The Spraytect is available in many different colors on Amazon for $39.95. The case is only compatible with iPhone 4/4S. Sorry, iPhone 5 owners, you will remain vulnerable for now.

AMUSEMENT RATE: After the taser, the bulletproof or even a previous pepper spray case, here is another one protection-oriented iPhone accessory. There must be a real market for those kind of things to exist. The worst part being that most of the customers must be suburban housewives getting worried while watching QVC. And even if they were in a situation to use it, the 30 seconds required to turn the thing on would give plenty of time for the thug to mug the user. Thank you Spraytect!

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