Safety Cat Women’s Self Defense Keychain – Teal

December 4, 2014 - Comment

The Safety Cat is a self defense, personal protection tool designed mainly for women. As women we are told for safety reasons to have our keys in our hands as we go to and from our cars. Many of us even hold our keys between our fingers walking through parking lots or out doing errands

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The Safety Cat is a self defense, personal protection tool designed mainly for women. As women we are told for safety reasons to have our keys in our hands as we go to and from our cars. Many of us even hold our keys between our fingers walking through parking lots or out doing errands so we will be able to fight off an attacker. Unfortunately, that can be cumbersome and awkward. If you’re in the position of fighting off an attacker the keys may shift in your hand making it difficult for the fight to continue. The Safety Cat self defense keychain will eliminate this problem. When holding the Safety Cat, your two fingers will be placed in the eyes of the cat and the face of the cat will rest securely in the palm of your hand. The smooth, sleek design of the Safety Cat will feel very comfortable in your hand and you will be able to grasp it firmly. Remember, the Safety Cat is used for self defense purposes only, but if you’re fighting for your life the unique design of the Safety Cat is made for striking at the eyes of your attacker or attacking any fleshy part of the body.

Product Features

  • Safety Cat, women, self defense, protection
  • durable, strong, aircraft, aluminum
  • anodized, coating, sleek, attractive
  • weapon, fighting, save life
  • Made, anodized and shipped from the U.S.

Comments

Jennifer says:

Not legal to carry 0

the Hound says:

Nice, clean, seems effective, lightweight but sturdy I ordered three of them. Got them really fast (see the feedback I wrote about the lovely seller).I made a little paracord link between the keyring itself and the cat to avoid having the keys in my hand in case I use it (fear of getting my keys stuck through the palm of my hand). And it makes it less noisy. I prefer it that way, but it’s an easy and cheap fix.Picture here:[…]Really sturdy without being beefy, so not a big deal to pack in a pocket and pretty…

Smart Cookie says:

Niftly Little Gizmo Got my safety cat today. It’s a tad smaller than I expected it to be, but fits nicely in the hand–any bigger and it would probably be too unwieldly. What’s more, it’s heavy for its size; this is a sturdy little gadget. I don’t think it will ever break.I’m honestly not sure how effective this would be in a fight. It likely depends on the person using it. The main advantage of the safety cat, I think (other than discretion–who would ever guess this is a weapon?) is that you won’t…

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