Most women probably believe they will never be the victim of a violent attack.
However, according to data from the National Crime Survey and the Bureau of Statistics, 73% of women will be a victim of a violent crime in their lifetime.
Stories of attacks in Hollywood are making women feel empowered to talk about assault, but women also need to feel powerful enough to fight back against an attacker.
The unique, non-lethal ingredients in the D.A.D.® 2 spray and stealth delivery method make it 96% effective at stopping assailants without any additional force.
These results are based on law enforcement studies of prior TigerLights, even those with much less potent spray than that used in the D.A.D.® 2.
Comparatively, a can of pepper spray has only a 50% – 70% stop rate based on testing by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
Three features of the D.A.D. 2 make it the most powerful self-defense tool.
For starters, it is designed to fit comfortably in your hand and has a hand strap making it more likely for women to carry it in their hand instead of in a purse or pocket.
The hand strap also makes it less likely for the D.A.D. 2 to be dropped during an attack.
A powerful flashlight can be used in strobe, panic, low or high mode for safety when walking in dark areas or to obscure an attacker’s vision.
Pressing the button on the D.A.D. 2 releases a non-lethal stealth spray that is more effective than pepper spray.
Simultaneously a Danger Alert is sent to the user’s emergency contacts through the D.A.D. app and HEROS within a 1 mile radius of the user’s location who also use the D.A.D. app and can respond quickly to help.