Burglar Blaster

Jun 24, 2016

Category: Gear

Who says we need Chris Hanson to catch a predator? The Burglar Blaster does all the work for you without ever having to confront them yourself. It’s a self-contained OC Anti-Burglar System that doesn’t require any wiring. Now, rest easy knowing that this blaster will deter any nefarious individuals from entering your home.

Each Burglar Blaster uses a passive inferred detection system that can control surface areas of up to 2000 square feet. When triggered, the unit releases four ounces of pepper spray directly into the potential burglar’s face, stopping the intruder in seconds. It can be installed in seconds and no electrical experience is required. Once installed, it operates up to four years, no clean-up is required after activation and the blaster is made from high-quality cast aluminum and alloy that can be painted to blend into any setting. Don’t let a burglar get the best of you, rather, blast him in the face with this stealthy security system. [Purchase]

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