Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Help Fight Breast Cancer With Non-Lethal Weapons From

Through the first part of Breast Cancer Month, we will focus on 13 products we sell, for which a portion of the proceeds, goes to fight the disease.

#6:  Lady Lightning Rod Pink Stun Pen, 2.5 Million Volts

Powerful pink stun gun weapon for women, includes 2.5 million volts of self defense power against rape.
When someone sees you with this stun gun pen, they will think you have some kind of magic marker or perhaps a flashlight. Well, it does have 2 LED light bulbs, but that isn't the main reason to carry this product for women's self defense. It's a powerful 2.5 million volt weapon and purchasing it, also helps Breast Cancer patients.

The Lady Lightning Rod Pink Stun Pen, is slim enough to fit in your pocket, purse, backpack or briefcase. Women in our society, as well as other parts of the world, are too often victims of rape or other crimes. In fact, every 2 minutes in our country, a person is raped, as per the Rape Abuse & Incest National Network. Carrying a non lethal, yet effective weapon for women, is a must in any society!

This non-lethal self defense unit has 2.5 million volts of devastating power! Just touching an attacker with it, will eventually drop them to the ground and render them immobile and in a dazed mental state. If possible, aim toward the neck, but if you can't, anywhere else will suffice! The voltage can even penetrate thru clothing. It also has 2 LED light bulbs, that if you shine in their eyes will make them unable to see you clearly (just like a flashbulb). The unit is rubberized, so it won't slip through your fingers, it has a protective cap and it's also RECHARGEABLE! No need to purchase batteries for it. It includes a pink matching holster, in case you want to wear it on your hip, as well! Plus one more thing… This stun gun has a LIFETIME WARRANTY, from manufacturer defect.

It's a win, win situation! You get a powerful self defense, pink stun gun and Breast Cancer patients get a better chance of surviving this dreaded disease.

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