Pink Lipstick Personal Alarm Self Defense & Survival Online Store Launched

Online survival and preparedness store Protection Bay launched an updated collection, offering customers a wide range of survival kits, personal protection gear and other high-quality products.

Jacksonville, United States - May 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Protection Bay, a Jacksonville-based online store specializing in home and personal protection gear, launched an updated collection of survival and self-defense products. From complete survival kits to portable alarms, the store offers a wide range of accessible items for customers interested in high-quality, affordable survival and protection products.

More information can be found at http://protectionbay.com.

Quality survival and protection gear is essential for outdoor enthusiasts and other individuals who need to spend time in the wilderness. Protection Bay specializes in high-quality products adapted to the needs of modern customers, offering a wide range of survival and disaster preparedness kits and individual items.

The new collection features the Stay Safe Kit, a set of essentials ensuring outdoors exploration and traveling safety for a single user. The kit contains an emergency poncho and survival bandana, an aluminum whistle, two 4” light sticks, a survival blanket and a travel pouch.

Customers interested in a more comprehensive survival kit can opt for the FeatherLite Survival Kit 2.0, a survival set coming with extra items such as a mini flashlight and a box of waterproof matches, button compass and carabiner knife.

Other survival and emergency preparedness items available at Protection Bay include flint strikers, paratinder and paratinder bracelets, campfire kits, pocket cutlery sets, portable water filters and many others.

The online store also provides a wide variety of personal protection gear. The new collection features the Fashionable Lipstick Alarm, a portable 90-db alarm which can easily be triggered by pulling on the lipstick.

Customers looking for jogging accessories will also find a collection of Safe Steps Arm Bands available in different colors. These devices provide either flashing or steady light, making them ideal for joggers looking for a portable light for their night runs.

The latest collection update is part of the store’s efforts to provide high-quality, affordable survival, preparedness and protection gear.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Peter White
Email: support@protectionbay.com
Organization: Protection Bay
Address: 2120 Corporate Square Blvd. Ste#1, Jacksonville, FL 32216, United States
Phone: +1-800-859-5566

For more information, please visit http://protectionbay.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346047

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