17" Spring Steel Billy Baton ~ 6" Compact Convenient Carry Size

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Product Overview

With a snap of your wrist this 7 inch steel cylinder extends and turns into a 17 inch spring coil baton with a loaded heavy-duty metal tip. (Expandable Spring Baton)

Your purse has everything you need— your notepad, pen, phone, wallet, and all essential makeup items. However, if it does not have a self-defense weapon, it will be useless if an attacker finds you alone in an empty parking lot or on a secluded street!

Why Do You Need a Spring Baton?

  • It increases the striking force of a person. From a petite, short woman to a tall one, anyone can use the Spring Steel Billy Baton to maximize the impact of their strike.
  • It makes the perp writhe in pain. Before the attacker harms you in any way, hold the 6” rubber handle with a firm grip. Flick your wrist to extend the spring steel baton and swing your arm around to make contact!
  • It is convenient to use. Carry the baton in your purse when going to the office or on a solo trip. It’s lightweight and gives you the feeling of being protected. You won’t feel intimidated or freeze when you know self-protection is simply a flick away!
  • It has a wrist strap. Having a self-defense baton to protect you when you are cornered gives you the confidence to show it to your attacker. Unfortunately, it can be taken from you! With the wrist strap of Spring Steel Billy Baton, you can keep the baton in your grasp toprotect yourself.





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