"Pepper spray has been essentially the same since 1974. Take 10% OC, add some water and a propellent, and you have different versions of exactly the same thing... until now"

- David Happe, Inventor, Reaper® Pepper Spray​

Identify an attacker with UV Marking Dye

TRIPLE ACTION : Includes 10% OC (oleoresin capsicum), Invisible UV Marking Dye + Reaper extract

10 Foot Warning Sign

LONG RANGE STREAM : Sprays up to 10-feet ​

Pepper Spray Case with Belt Clip and Key Ring

CARRY IT ANYWHERE : Quick detach keychain with keyring and belt clip​

Extra Hot 1.4 Major Capsaicinoids

HOTTEST : 1.4% Major Capsaicinoids​


The hottest chili pepper is Smokin Ed's 'Carolina Reaper', grown by Ed Currie of PuckerButt Pepper Company (USA), which rates at an average of 1,641,183 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), according to tests conducted by Winthrop University in South Carolina, USA, throughout 2017.​

The Scoville Heat Unit (SHU) scale is a method of quantifying a substance's 'spiciness', through determining the concentration of the chemical compounds responsible for the sensation, which are named capsaicinoids.​