6 Tactical Products Women Should Carry In Their Handbags

Women love gadgets, whether for fun or for self-preservation. And when tech combines with tactical, it’s just cool. These days, with natural disasters seemingly on the rise and other worldwide problems to contend with, keeping tactical gadgets handy is more than cool. It might be a necessary precaution. Have you given serious thought to what new products you should carry around with you? What could be of use in an emergency situation? Do you have gear that will help you work and see in the dark or protect you in an emergency situation?

Here are 6 Tactical Gadgets engineered for anyone who wants to be prepared for every day situations. See why women in America are starting to carry these with them wherever they go.

1. Siren Song Personal Alarm

Inspired by the Military, the Siren Song uses ear piercing sound (over 130 decibels) to deter bad guys and is quickly becoming one of the most sought after safety devices in America.

It will most likely be on every kid’s keychains or backpacks by the end of the year, but it should also be carried by every woman in America.

But the Siren Song isn’t just to help protect you, your kids and your grandkids from an attack. It can also be used as a life saving device to call for help if you’re having a heart attack or have some other health condition that can prevent you from yelling for help.

Don’t let your worst nightmare become your reality. Safety doesn’t happen by accident. Purchase a personal alarm for yourself, for your child, or for a loved one. The Siren Song is particularly suitable for teenagers, parents, night owls, delivery route employees, business owners, and college students, or the elderly who may need to call for help. The keychain design is perfect for use with house keys or car keys. It can also be attached to a backpack or a purse.

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