How to Use:
Familiarize yourself with the Little Viper device. There is a Cartridge Compartment on the silicone band. On both the top and bottom ends of the Cartridge Compartment there are Grip Surfaces. On one side of the Cartridge Compartment there is a Nozzle Hole. This is where the pepper spray will come out. It is recommended that you wear the bracelet with the Nozzle Hole oriented on the outside (pinky finger side) of your wrist.
In a self-defense situation, get ready by positioning the thumb and index finger of your free hand over the top and bottom Grip Surfaces, making sure to keep your fingers clear of the Nozzle Hole. If attacked by an assailant within close range (about 3 feet), move your wrist, pointing the Nozzle Hole in the direction of the attacker’s face. Squeeze the two Grip Ends together to release a stream of pepper spray. In certain situations you may choose to remove the bracelet from your wrist and use the device with one hand. Avoid breathing, or skin contact with the spray mist.
This device contains approximately 3 – 6 short, conical bursts with up to a 3’ range. Since this device is for close-range protection, you may also consider carrying some other long-range protection device, in addition to the Little Viper Bracelet, if you need to extend your range of protection.
Caution: Failure to follow these instructions may result in first or second degree burns, severe skin irritation, depigmentation, or other skin injury. Do not allow to get in eyes, nose, or mouth. Remove contact lenses and contaminated clothing immediately. Flush contaminated area with cool water and expose the area to fresh air as soon as possible. Do not apply salves, creams, oils, or lotions as they can trap the irritant agent against the skin and result in blisters or burns. Consult a physician if irritation persists.
Possession and/or use of defense sprays may be regulated or prohibited by law in some jurisdictions. If there is any question, contact your local law enforcement agency. For airline, baggage, and carry-on restrictions, please visit www.tsa.gov. This unit is designed for defensive purposes only – consult your local laws and regulations regarding age restrictions.
Safety and Storage:
- Do not apply pressure and do not puncture the unit since it is under pressure and will discharge if punctured.
- Do not store at a temperature higher than 50°C/120°F as the unit may leak from over pressurization and fail to function properly.
- Important to keep out of reach of children and irresponsible adults.
- Each unit is marked with an expiration date after which it should be discarded. Dispose of in accordance with state, local, and federal regulations.
- Active ingredient: 10% Oleoresin Capsicum: 0.04 g
- HFC (Freon 134a): 1 ml
CAUTION: STRONG IRRITANT. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. Active ingredient is approximately 10% Oleoresin Capsicum in a non-flammable vehicle. STRONG IRRITANT affecting eyes, respiratory areas and skin. In case of exposure, rinse eyes with water and consult a physician. Wash skin with soap and water and expose to fresh air. If irritation persists consult a physician. Do not sure creams, salves, or oils. Shield face when firing into wind. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. Do not puncture, incinerate or store at temperatures above 120°F. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Not to be sold to minors or where prohibited by law. WARNING: The use of this substance or device for any purpose other than self-defense is a crime under the law. Effectiveness may be diminished on those having reduced sensitivity to pain. Refer to instructions for additional information.
CAUTION: Defense sprays may take several seconds to work and may not be effective on enraged, drugged or intoxicated people or against armed assailants. No self defense product is 100% effective and reliable in all situations. Always be aware of your surroundings and avoid potentially dangerous situations.
Please read the instructions for important information. Pepper Spray is legal in all 50 states, but there may be restrictions for some states on sale, possession, size, or formulation. Please check with your local law enforcement regulations. For Air Travel, the TSA prohibits Self Defense Sprays in Carry On, and has restrictions for Checked Baggage.
*All pepper spray canisters have undergone a leakage test at 140°F for 12 hours and three reassessments for Q.A & Q.C before the product release.