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Sabre Eye Cleanse Product Turns Water Bottles into Eye Wash Devices

February 18, 2015  | 

Photo: Sabre
Photo: Sabre

New from Sabre is a device capable of turning any water bottle into an eye wash device. The company, known for its pepper spray brand used by law enforcement worldwide, developed the Eye Wash Adapter to help officers flush contaminants from their eyes. The patented design makes the water bottle model exclusive to Sabre and offers on-the-go convenience for law enforcement, first responders, and more.

Sabre's Eye Wash Adapter provides a simple solution to turn most water bottles into an eye wash device in just three steps:

  1. Insert Eye Wash Adapter into water bottle
  2. Twist device onto bottle to create a tight seal
  3. Gently squeeze the bottle to create a water fountain helping flush contaminants from the eye

One key benefit of the device, which retails for $9.99, is that it expedites the decontamination process during law enforcement aerosol projector training, but the product has many other applications. Sabre's Eye Wash Adapter's use is not restricted to pepper spray – the device can flush any contaminants from the eye. Convenient and versatile, the Eye Wash Adapter is recommended for use in police cruisers, ambulances, fire trucks, homes, offices, workshops and more. The product is available for purchase at www.Sabrered.com/decontamination.

ABOUT Sabre – Security Equipment Corporation

Sabre, family owned and operated with four decades of experience, is the exclusive choice of the New York Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the U.S. Department of Defense. Sabre specializes in solving the unique challenges facing law enforcement. The brand also has a line of consumer pepper sprays, personal alarms and home security systems. Learn more at www.Sabrered.com.

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