Reviewed by Dave from Georgia (GA) on Sunday, October 4, 2015
Fortunately I have not had the opportunity to test this product, but it will provide some additional peace of mind when hiking in bear country. Since this was a "twin pack" it's good to know that I have a spare should the need arise. Also came with a handy holster. Compared to prices I have seen for single units from other vendors, this was a great value!
Reviewed by Nevada Hunter from Nevada on Monday, September 21, 2015
I bought this in a 2 pack for Wyoming archery elk, 1 for my friend and luckily did not have to use them. The expiration date was 5 years from purchase reading the instructions was easy operation. The neoprene holder was adequate but did get in the way a little on my belt. I saw the same exact product at a big box sporting good store for an extra $20.
Reviewed by David from Seattle on Wednesday, September 2, 2015
I was told that these are not allowed on commercial airlines (even in checked baggage) - had sent to where I was staying in WY. The areas we were hiking had abundant evidence of bear- prints, scat. These were light to carry - put on the waist strap of our backpacks and worked fine. I did deploy an old expired canister that we had prior to the trip. Still worked well - putting out a foggy spray around 20ft or so. Some of the fog drifted back at me - unpleasant, but that's what it supposed to do. In WY - these guys are more than twice what they cost of STP (and deal flyer even better). I also ended up shipping it back home via ground transport. Even with that, still cheaper than buying in WY. Someone in our party said they rented one out of the car rental place at the Jackson airport. Didn't ask how much, but that was another option.