FAQ

Where do I find the expiration date on my POM?

To find the expiration date on your POM, simply slide down the bottom half of your unit (where the carrying case meets the colored ring). Once off, you will find additional information, including warning, active ingredients and first aid information. The expiration date will be located on the bottom of the canister.

How long should I wait to replace my POM Unit?
The expiration date will reflect 4 years from the date of production. However, we recommend replacing your unit every 2 years to ensure maximum strength and performance.

Are POM practice and live units refillable?

No, due to the manufacturing of the product, neither our POM live and practice units are refillable. 

Is there a difference in the three base colors and colored indicator rings?

No, all POM units, regardless of base color and indicator ring, are the same in strength and quality. The difference in color is simply for personalization purposes only. 

Can I store my POM in a car?

We do not recommend that you store POM in temperatures above 120 F degrees or below 32 F degrees. Aerosol cans should always be stored in dry areas where they will not be exposed to excessive temperatures.

Can I bring POM on an airplane?

No, you cannot bring POM on your person or in your carry-on luggage.  You can, however, put your POM in a check bag. Prior to travel, we recommend checking all FAA regulations concerning pepper spray.