Mace Brand Pepper Spray Night Defender 10% Pepper Gel

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The Pepper Gel Night Defender Model has a stream spray pattern on 10 to 20 short bursts with an effective range of 18 ft.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: This item ships only within the U.S. excluding certain locales such as DC, HI, MA, MI, NJ, NY and WI.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin:  USA
  • ASIN: B002SCAKHQ
  • Item model number: 80352

Customer Reviews

I haven’t had an incident where I had to use this yet, but Mace should make an inert training spray!

 on October 1, 2016
By Sunny
As mentioned in the title, I haven’t been in an incident where I had to use the spray yet, so I can’t comment on the effectiveness of the spray itself, but I will go over the design of the bottle a bit.

This honestly just saved me from a dog bite

 on March 29, 2014
By Robert
I had just gone running this afternoon, and had brought this a long. As I was running past a parked car in the road, a sleeping pit bull that was behind it (I did not see it laying behind the car) literally leaped towards me, mouth open, growling. I immediately jumped back and somehow my arm knew to just point and shoot. It put out a nice stream of clear gel and the gel was heavy enough so the wind did not effect it that much. Got the pooch only in 1 eye and on the top of his head, but it was enough to make him stop his pursuit and back off. He was afraid of my hand after that. He ran to some nearby grass and put his face in it, trying to get that stuff out of his eye.

Foam spray appears better. Clip is nice.

 on January 2, 2018
By Joanna
I’ve been clipping this to my hip and breast area under clothing when going out. It is a bit bulky. I prefer having a clip over a keychain spray because my keys are often in my purse making it hard to get to in a moments notice. I do feel a better level of safety and confidence since carrying this. However, after purchasing I found a video on youtube reviewing various defense sprays. The gel spray seemed a bit questionable since it shoots out like silly string requiring better aim rather than a wide covering dispersment. My next purchase will be Sabre Red Home and Away Kit, which I feel is a better option. It includes a great foam spray and a regular keychain spray. If you are undecided I suggest searching for the comparable reviews on youtube before purchasing. It is really helpful.

Exactly what I wanted

 on December 12, 2017
By Kathleen L. Helms
Other than a test spray when I got it so that I would be familiar with how it worked and the range, etc., I haven’t had any need to use this (knock wood) but it’s peace of mind knowing it’s there. I keep it in the driver’s box in the car. I can tell you from the test spray, however, I can hit the crabapple tree at 20 feet. 😉 Seriously, though, I got this particular brand and formulaiton because it’s a gel spray and there’s less risk of blowback even in windy conditions. If I’m going to need to use it, I want to be able to get him before he’s close and I want to know he’s getting sprayed, not me.

Five Stars

 on May 2, 2017
By @
This stuff is great on tacos. Really sticks to the meat and lettuce. Very hot!

Great for walks

 on March 15, 2016
By Kaity Mullen
I carry this when walking the dog. The gel is beneficial for outdoor use. It will reduce blowback from wind and can be shot at a farther distance. This is a great deterrent to have for aggressive dogs. It is made of organic material and will not leave any permanent effects on a threat.

Breathing easier already

 on August 24, 2017
By kenzied
I have been dealing with a sexual harassment issue and I wanted something to carry with me. This was reasonably priced, arrived fairly quickly, and securely attaches to my belt, waistband or pocket. I can bring it with me regardless of what I am wearing. I love that it is gel so that I don’t have to stress about figuring out which direction the wind is blowing before defending myself. I always thought pepper spray was pointless if I needed to do that.

PepperGel best choice for defense.

 on August 31, 2010
By WilmingtonNC
I can say I have used this stuff and it really works. I work as a bartender and have to deal with unruly and dangerous folk from time to time. I always carry my Mace Gel. A man with a knife was causing problems in the parking lot recently, until a small dose of the gel that immediately sent him to the ground screaming between coughs. He tried to run before the cops came, but couldn’t see and only got about 15′ before going down again, dry heaving. Another bartender took down a drunken soldier and his brother with the same product with no problem. This was indoors where the gel has its advantage because it doesn’t effect the whole crowd like a gas would. I’m ordering a fresh can now and highly recommend this product. Sprays may be as effective, but also tend to get on bystanders and sprayers as well. Go with the gel and hope you never get to see how good it really is. Effective range is more like 10 – 12′ than the 18′ it claims.

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