Which Self Defense gadget is best for me?
The correct self-defense tool depends mainly on what your intent or your uses. In some cases, it is also all about your activity. For example, if you’re going to do a lot of flying on commercial airlines, then a guppy self defense tool would be the most appropriate one for you to carry onboard. However, any of the other defenders could be put in your check-in luggage for when you get to your destination. You might want to have a more fully-featured self defense tool at your destination, and therefore you can pack that in your check-in luggage.
Another thing to consider is when you will use it, what type of damage do you want to leave behind? For example, if you’re going to a party or a family reunion and if you have to use a defender at that location, you probably don’t want to do a lot of damage. Therefore, you would choose a less aggressive self defense tool or self defense gadget to carry in those situations.
However, if you’re going to areas that even if you were to call for help, that help wouldn’t get to you for quite some time, that is precisely the situation you would want to carry a more aggressive self defense tool. For example, if you’re going to hike in the wilderness and even if you could use a cellphone, Park Rangers or police would not get to you in time to help you. In those particular instances, you want to do as much damage to whatever is attacking you as possible. That way, you discourage them from continuing their attack, and you can save your life. A more aggressive self defense weapon like the defender two would be the perfect choice in a situation like that.
One more thing to consider, of course, is the size of your hands. Some of our tools are a little bit larger in the handle area than other ones. For example, the stealth is a relatively small tool in comparison to a defender owl. All the tools can, of course, be modified with a Dremel tool to reduce the width of the handle.
Finally, if you want your defender to have some shock value, that is, people see it, and it’s black, then a larger tool is better. However, if you want to deploy your defender and people don’t know that you have anything, you want to have a stealth or something more low profile like a Spec Ops 2 defender. These are all the things you need to consider when choosing the correct self defense tool to carry with you. Clearly, having more than one choice is a good thing. The defenders don’t cost that much, so you can have several to travel with you or even be placed throughout the house.