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The D.A.D. 2 from TigerLight is a wearable defense alert system that you wear over your hand, so it’s ready for action if someone tries to attack you. It features a military-grade pepper spray and built-in emergency alert that sends a message using your phone to all of your emergency contacts when you activate the pepper spray.
D.A.D.2 even sends a message to anyone within one mile of your location who has the free DAD app on their device.
The handheld defense device also has a built-in light that has a bright strobe for 3 seconds and then switches to a constant high mode but if you do not want it strobe, you can “tap” the button twice and it will go directly to high mode.
The D.A.D. 2 is priced at $129.99 from TigerLight.
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How often are your emergency contacts within a mile of you? Call 911.
Donna, you did not quite understand. As it says, “D.A.D.® 2 even (also) sends a message to ANYONE within one mile of your location who has the free DAD app on their device.”
So, it not only goes to your emergency contacts, anywhere in the world, via text, email and the app, but more importantly, it ALSO goes to ANYONE within one mile of you who has the app, even if not in your app contacts. This gets the call for help to the people that are in the best position to help, quickly, when a 10 minute 911 response won’t help. The alerts can also go directly to the police, giving them location and photo description, in real time. This is a game changer. You have the most powerful, effective non-lethal device, most likely to be in hand, stay in hand, be operational and most likely to stop the attacker, while simultaneously sending alerts that would not even be able to be sent, otherwise. It is an incredible device everyone should have, even if they carry a gun. Watch the video on the tigerlight web site of the young woman attacked in Italy.