Lipstick Stun Gun

by Mark R

Lipstick Stun Gun

Picture this: A mugger points a gun at a lady and gives her the “your money or your life” line. The lady opens her purse, and takes out her lipstick, presumably to get to her billfold. She then gives the mugger a real shock as her lipstick delivers him a charge of 350,000 volts!

Welcome to the age of the Lipstick Stun Gun. Not only can this 3-inch device deliver all that aforementioned voltage, but it comes in many shades and colors. Now a lady can feel safe and fashion-conscious at the same time. Perhaps the latest fad amongst females will be Lipstick Stun Gun parties instead of Taser Parties.

The kit comes with some accessories, including a safety pin, lanyard, and a charger. The Lipstick Stun Gun can also be used as a flashlight, which could come in handy for all sorts of situations.

This is actually just one of the great self-defense devices available at the Defense Devices website. The company’s slogan, “Self Defense that Makes Sense”, is definite truth in advertising. After all, putting a stun gun on lipstick is pretty obvious, really. It sounds like something that Q would give Jane Blonde, the female version of 007. That is, unless Q preferred the Pink Stinger tampon for that mission.

If the Lipstick Stun Gun is something that would make a great addition to you or your loved one’s purse, you should be able to get it at the Defense Devices site for about $49.95.


10 reviews or comments

piper Says: April 10, 2008 at 2:03 am

it’s safty for women

Matt Says: April 10, 2008 at 6:03 am

I’ve never seen a woman able to retrieve her lipstick in a timely fashion, which would make this only a potentially very dangerous device to be confused with an actual container of lipstick.

safely protect Says: April 17, 2008 at 1:54 am

This products are the amazing one’s to know about, i like the products because of there features and there performance.

Pete Says: April 17, 2008 at 12:40 pm

If you are worried about getting to the device in time, its not the product’s fault. You may as well get a regular stun gun or pepper spray. If you are going to carry a weapon in the bottom of your purse don’t bother.
The beauty of this item is that its disguised to look like something else. If somebody needs discouragement the lady can conceal her intentions until its time to spring the trap. Having the element of surprise on your side is a key element to winning any battle (ask any cop or military person).

jake Says: April 19, 2008 at 1:33 pm

well 350,000 would just kill them so why dont they just shot them?

Jasper Willow Says: November 29, 2008 at 10:30 pm

I can see it now. She says, “Stop, can you give me a second to freshen up? I always like to look my best when I’m brutally attacked.”

ziggy Says: February 18, 2010 at 4:30 pm

This is a great idea in my opinion the smallness is convenient who says you should carry it in your purse maybe in your coat pocket so you know where it is incase of an attack. I think all the people that are giving the excuse of finding it in your purse is dumb cause you should always be prepared at all times people never know when they are getting attacked so my advice is to put it somewhere you know you can reach it or when walking jogging by yourself carry it in your hands after all it is small and less noticeable then carrying pepper spray or a bigger stunn gun.

Lady M Says: October 15, 2010 at 3:07 pm

I am planning on getting a lipstick stun gun to use while I am walking my dog. I plan on holding it in my hand & sometimes in my pocket. I would never have even thougt to keep this in my purse like some of your silly comments suggest. I was wondering though if anyone had an opinion on whether this would work on a dog. I would like to carry something that could protect me from a person or a dog. My dog was attacked by a pit bull a few months ago while we were on a walk and it would’ve been nice to have something then.

Stun Gun Says: January 7, 2011 at 2:19 am

Really cool! Super cool!

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