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Farb Gel is UK legal, non toxic and contains NO harmful chemicals.


When the valve is pressed this small and discrete canister releases a red identification dye onto the attackers face and clothes causing some discomfort and distraction allowing you to escape and call the police. The red dye is very difficult to remove and will remain on the attackers skin and clothes for several days.



  • UK's best selling self defence spray
  • This is NOT pepper spray
  • Perfect to carry in your pocket, handbag or car
  • Dimensions 83mm x 33mm
  • Contains 40ml gel
  • Spray range up to 4 metres
  • 100% legal in UK for defensive purposes

Ideal for:

  • Students, Shop owners, Travellers, Joggers
  • Taxi drivers, Nurses, Elderly, Families
  • Walkers, bikers, Hikers.
  • Anyone who wants to feel more secure
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Farb Gel's promise to you

Should you have the unfortunate need to use the product, then you should be safe in the knowledge that we will replace your Farb Gel, free of charge, on the production of a police report that shows the circumstances under which you used our product responsibly and in defence.
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This is a better than nothing self defence item, it should shock any attacker as at first they will not know what the spray contains so should send them into a panic as they try to stop the spray entering their mouth and eyes. They will also feel vulnerable as they now know they are easily identifiable for a few days, also if they where intending to carry out a sexual attack the shock should take away and sexual excitement and again knowing that if they live with someone how will they explain the red dye, especially if word gets out the attacker now has a bright red face, hopefully bringing them to justice. As I say since most self defence items ars illegal in the uk this is a better than nothing back up plan.....
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 7th Jul
Probably just antagonise the attacker more
Chances are if a woman has this, it'll be at the bottom of a handbag in which you can't find anything in at the best of times, let alone when you're being attacked
dogpatch07/07/2019 21:31

'Non- toxic' and 'non-irritant'. Of course it is legal it is not even …'Non- toxic' and 'non-irritant'. Of course it is legal it is not even close to an incapacitant. Although any psychopathic attacker may be a bit miffed at having his hoodie ruined.


When most attackers or thieves wear black this will make them stand out. also, the assailant has no grounds to sue you

You only need a window of a few seconds to escape and find someone to help or at least ring for the police

“It's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.” ― George Ellis
Edited by: "watson44" 7th Jul
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Probably just antagonise the attacker more
I've had this for years...just in case!
A can of silly string will give the same WTF just happened without the legal battle.
It's a shame pepper spray isn't legal to carry in the UK , but like everything you'd get the idiot's misusing it.
Bought as deodorant. I feel safe and smell great.
Edited by: "i_have_crabs" 7th Jul
Video is hilarious
Thank you OP! I might buy these 2 cans just in case!
Does it come in blue!, if so I might take it down the football
Edited by: "BenLynos" 7th Jul
'Non- toxic' and 'non-irritant'. Of course it is legal it is not even close to an incapacitant. Although any psychopathic attacker may be a bit miffed at having his hoodie ruined.
Great for drunken practical jokes
dogpatch07/07/2019 21:31

'Non- toxic' and 'non-irritant'. Of course it is legal it is not even …'Non- toxic' and 'non-irritant'. Of course it is legal it is not even close to an incapacitant. Although any psychopathic attacker may be a bit miffed at having his hoodie ruined.


When most attackers or thieves wear black this will make them stand out. also, the assailant has no grounds to sue you

You only need a window of a few seconds to escape and find someone to help or at least ring for the police

“It's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.” ― George Ellis
Edited by: "watson44" 7th Jul
This is a better than nothing self defence item, it should shock any attacker as at first they will not know what the spray contains so should send them into a panic as they try to stop the spray entering their mouth and eyes. They will also feel vulnerable as they now know they are easily identifiable for a few days, also if they where intending to carry out a sexual attack the shock should take away and sexual excitement and again knowing that if they live with someone how will they explain the red dye, especially if word gets out the attacker now has a bright red face, hopefully bringing them to justice. As I say since most self defence items ars illegal in the uk this is a better than nothing back up plan.....
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 7th Jul
Are these big?.. sounds like a decent idea to get my teenagers!.
Who came up with the name "Farb" ? It would be more effective if it was actually "Fart" smelling spray.

Completely non toxic of course. ☻
Tin of blue spray paint, then at least the cops can identify the assailant
srp11107/07/2019 21:57

Tin of blue spray paint, then at least the cops can identify the assailant


With overstretched police forces across the nation, the paint will wash off buy the time a police officer gets round to investigating the allegation.
Non-incapacitating things like this are a very bad idea for protection purposes, you risk getting your attackers angrier and more violent. A personal alarm thrown a few meters away from you is much more likely to send someone running away if you're in danger.

Also misusing this will still leave you liable for criminal damage and assault charges (if they're feeling really vindictive I imagine they could stick some additional technically correct charges on top).
For women and eldery of course
Unless you have a witness, the guy who got sprayed could call the Police and say you just assaulted him for no reason and ruined his clothes . PC plod would then come and arrest you and hold you in a cell all day before interview. You could then be charged with assault and worse held on remand.
CaptainSpaulding07/07/2019 21:16

It's a shame pepper spray isn't legal to carry in the UK , but like …It's a shame pepper spray isn't legal to carry in the UK , but like everything you'd get the idiot's misusing it.


Going by the video and the ability to state that it's harmless / legal; I rank the probability of idiot's's misusing this product at least as high.
£3.40 Alibaba inc p+p
If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at someone (which you would be, given it's stated purpose) then you can be done for carrying an offensive weapon. If you want something you can carry then find something you could conceivably have on you for a legitimate reason (can of deodorant for example).

Before people say you'll never get prosecuted, I once had to sit on a jury where a guy was stopped with disassembled dumbbells in his boot. Because they were disassembled, the police and cps decided the handles were offensive weapons because he left a retaining collar on one end. We did find him not guilty.

Please know the law. Breaking it without knowing will not be a defence if you get caught. As far as I'm aware the only legal self defence item you can carry is an audible rape alarm.
gloxton08/07/2019 02:37

If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at …If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at someone (which you would be, given it's stated purpose) then you can be done for carrying an offensive weapon. If you want something you can carry then find something you could conceivably have on you for a legitimate reason (can of deodorant for example).Before people say you'll never get prosecuted, I once had to sit on a jury where a guy was stopped with disassembled dumbbells in his boot. Because they were disassembled, the police and cps decided the handles were offensive weapons because he left a retaining collar on one end. We did find him not guilty.Please know the law. Breaking it without knowing will not be a defence if you get caught. As far as I'm aware the only legal self defence item you can carry is an audible rape alarm.


So Barry 'The skull-cracker' Smith got off that day then?
gloxton08/07/2019 02:37

If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at …If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at someone (which you would be, given it's stated purpose) then you can be done for carrying an offensive weapon. If you want something you can carry then find something you could conceivably have on you for a legitimate reason (can of deodorant for example).Before people say you'll never get prosecuted, I once had to sit on a jury where a guy was stopped with disassembled dumbbells in his boot. Because they were disassembled, the police and cps decided the handles were offensive weapons because he left a retaining collar on one end. We did find him not guilty.Please know the law. Breaking it without knowing will not be a defence if you get caught. As far as I'm aware the only legal self defence item you can carry is an audible rape alarm.


Law in this country is a effing joke, you cannot protect yourself even with fists because it can get you sued. Bs
Dakota77707/07/2019 22:14

With overstretched police forces across the nation, the paint will wash …With overstretched police forces across the nation, the paint will wash off buy the time a police officer gets round to investigating the allegation.


If they ever come at all!
gloxton08/07/2019 02:37

If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at …If the police think you're carrying this with the intention of spraying at someone (which you would be, given it's stated purpose) then you can be done for carrying an offensive weapon. If you want something you can carry then find something you could conceivably have on you for a legitimate reason (can of deodorant for example).Before people say you'll never get prosecuted, I once had to sit on a jury where a guy was stopped with disassembled dumbbells in his boot. Because they were disassembled, the police and cps decided the handles were offensive weapons because he left a retaining collar on one end. We did find him not guilty.Please know the law. Breaking it without knowing will not be a defence if you get caught. As far as I'm aware the only legal self defence item you can carry is an audible rape alarm.



How would you know the difference between the sound of a rape alarm and a car alarm? Who would answer? Even if the police send a squad car, it'd allow plenty of time for the rapist to finish his assault.
Edited by: "chance189" 8th Jul
In Norwich some traffic lights we're out and I have never seen so many coppers in one place. (apart from the dismal carnival this year where the greens banned floats) I counted at least seven. Two in the middle of the road, while one worked the others hands like a puppet directing traffic. The others we're on the side of the road watching /training. You would have thought they would have learnt this at Police training school. Now if you had been burgled I wonder if anyone would turn up,,?

BTW any aerosol should have the same effect if sprayed in the face, to give you time to run away.
Legal? If misused nothing is legal. I see a lot of misuse with this
Lucifer_UK08/07/2019 09:53

Legal? If misused nothing is legal. I see a lot of misuse with this


As long as you felt alarmed and distressed when you used this no one in there right mind would prosecute you especially knowing full well it would get chucked out of court.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 8th Jul
SOUTHWALES08/07/2019 10:07

As long as you felt alarmed and distressed when you used this no one in …As long as you felt alarmed and distressed when you used this no one in there right mind would prosecute you especially knowing full well it would get chucked out of court.


They will simply because of its stated use. It's designed and meant to be sprayed at someone. Try telling the police and court you were carrying it for some other reason. You're not going to get very far.
It must be said though that no-one has been taken to court for this yet. The police are waiting for a test case. Seems like this stuff hasn't ever been used for its intended purpose.
SOUTHWALES07/07/2019 21:42

This is a better than nothing self defence item, it should shock any …This is a better than nothing self defence item, it should shock any attacker as at first they will not know what the spray contains so should send them into a panic as they try to stop the spray entering their mouth and eyes. They will also feel vulnerable as they now know they are easily identifiable for a few days, also if they where intending to carry out a sexual attack the shock should take away and sexual excitement and again knowing that if they live with someone how will they explain the red dye, especially if word gets out the attacker now has a bright red face, hopefully bringing them to justice. As I say since most self defence items ars illegal in the uk this is a better than nothing back up plan.....


Most of that statement is only true if your attacker knows exactly what you have just sprayed on them.
Proveright07/07/2019 22:54

Unless you have a witness, the guy who got sprayed could call the Police …Unless you have a witness, the guy who got sprayed could call the Police and say you just assaulted him for no reason and ruined his clothes . PC plod would then come and arrest you and hold you in a cell all day before interview. You could then be charged with assault and worse held on remand.


You would never get remanded for spraying this on somebody unless that person was royalty.
Liam_Od08/07/2019 13:35

Most of that statement is only true if your attacker knows exactly what …Most of that statement is only true if your attacker knows exactly what you have just sprayed on them.


No, it is only true if your attacker does not know what they have been sprayed with, this is what will make them panic as they will worry what they have got on their skin and eyes.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 8th Jul
SOUTHWALES08/07/2019 13:44

No, it is only true if your attacker does not know what they have been …No, it is only true if your attacker does not know what they have been sprayed with, this is what will make them panic as they will worry what they have got on their skin and eyes.


So how will he know it's going to give him a "bright red face" that's going to be hard to get off ?
Farbulous !
Chances are if a woman has this, it'll be at the bottom of a handbag in which you can't find anything in at the best of times, let alone when you're being attacked
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