Bee  Defense
Personal Protection From Aggressive Bees & Other Swarming Insects
Ring Pull Activated - Smoke Generating Device
Bee  Defense
Personal Protection From Aggressive Bees & Other Swarming Insects
Ring Pull Activated - Smoke Generating Device
Bee  Defense
Personal Protection From Aggressive Bees & Other Swarming Insects
Ring Pull Activated - Smoke Generating Device
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Africanized bees exhibit far greater defensiveness than typical honey bees. They are more likely to attack a perceived threat and, when they do so, attack relentlessly in larger numbers and for long distances.

Africanized Bees
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When hiking or camping you should be prepared for a potential bee attack. In remote areas treatment can be hours away and only 8 to 10 stings per pound of body weight are considered lethal.

Be Prepared
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Pets are extremely vulnerable to attacks by Africanized bees. They sometimes unknowingly venture to close to, or disturb hives. As few as 50 stings have been known to kill a small dog.

Pets Attacked
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Over the past few years even professional beekeepers are finding it more difficult working with the bee population because of the ever increasing numbers of more aggressive hives.

Beekeepers

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Natural Ingredients

The proprietary smoke producing formula used in Bee Defense is made with all natural materials and herbal substances.

Cool Burning

Bee Defense is made with a unique non- pyrotechnic blend of compounds that produce smoke at very low temperatures thus eliminating the possibility of skin burn or sparking a fire.

Safe for Pets

Your pets rely on you for their protection and just as with humans, Bee Defense is safe and affective to be used to defend them from swarms of aggressive bees.

Fast Acting

Within seconds of activating a Bee Defense device a large volume of dense smoke is emitted quickly providing the user a safe zone from aggressive swarms.

Environment Safe

With very low particulate matter release and no toxic air pollutants the smoke made from a Bee Defense devise is environmentally safe.

Does Not Kill the Bees

The smoke does not harm the bees, it temporally blocks their sense of smell and masks the presence of the alarm pheromone they use to communicate.

....and Affective

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States with Known Africanized Honey Bee Habitat

Africanized Honey Bee Habitat Map

Since the first introduction of African Honey Bees into Brazil in 1957 they have gradually spread northward through South America, Central America, and into Mexico, progressing some 100 to 200 miles per year. African Honey Bees reached southern Texas in 1990, Arizona in 1993 and California in 1995. They now have colonies in much of the southern United States.

 

Small But Dangerous

Never underestimate the power in numbers

Be Prepared - Order Your Bee Defense Today!

Bee Defense

Ring Pull Activated Smoke Generating Device

This patent pending smoke generating device contains a non- pyrotechnic type, non-toxic composition of naturally occurring compounds to produce smoke. These compounds are enhanced by the addition of herbal substances known to be natural bee repellents. Within seconds of activating a Bee Defense device a large volume of dense smoke is emitted quickly providing the user a safe zone from aggressive bees and other swarming insects.

Each Device Produces Approximately 90 Seconds of Smoke

Smoke Device

$12.98

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Not for use by persons under the age of 18

 

Africanized Bee Documentary

Recent Bee Attacks in the News

The 26-year-old Tucson rock climber is still recuperating from a nightmare-inspiring, August 10 attack by "killer" bees on Mt. Lemmon. He says he was stung about 1,500 times while fixed in place at the top of a popular climbing route.

Rock Climber Attacked Rock Climber Attacked – Stung Upwards of 1,500 Times

Recent Bee Attacks in the News

The family of a Texas man attacked and killed by a huge swarm of Africanized killer bees said Larry Goodwin suffered more than 3,000 stings and collapsed as he was apparently trying to reach a hydrant to wash off the bees.

Bee Attack - TexasTexas Man Killed by Killer Bees While Clearing Land on Tractor

Recent Bee Attacks in the News

A swarm of bees has been attacking a Concord, CA neighborhood, stinging people and killing pets. Several people have been stung and at least two dogs died.

Dogs Killed By BeesSmarm of Killer Bees Sting Two Dogs to Death

Recent Bee Attacks in the News

Two park rangers in Tampa, Fla. were hospitalized after unwittingly disturbing a hive of what appear to be Africanized "killer" bees.

Park Rangers Attacked100,000 'Killer' Bees Attack Florida Park Rangers