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The Dragons didn't like that deal and countered with a million dollars for a quarter of the ownership of the company.
Habermann was asking for a million dollars in exchange for giving up a 10 per cent share of his company.
The stun gun delivers an electrical charge on contact. remains the No. 1 market, Tornado has moved into South Africa, Puerto Rico, Namibia, Peru, Ecuador, France, Philippines and Poland.
"We're not legal in Canada because there are so many restrictions."
The Dragons focus too much on the numbers and not necessarily the potential of a company, Habermann said.
"The states has 10 times our population and no restrictions."
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require some money, which Tornado tried to acquire on a recent episode of CBC's Dragons' Den.
Recent development of a stun gun by Tornado and licensed by Ruger will spike sales again, he added.
but his board of directors later nixed the offer. So developing a device that will be legal in Canada will have to wait until there's cash to do so.
A chance encounter with a bear in the woods has led a Maple Ridge man to a new career making millions.
Because the Tornado only carries 11 grams of pepper spray, it's classified as a concealed weapon. Therefore, Tornado will have to design a larger device that carries 20 grams or more and won't be considered a concealed weapon.
Fortunately, the bear was only trying to get away and brushed Habermann as he ran by. Habermann survived, no thanks to the pepper spray, discovering later that the safety catch was on and he had it pointed the wrong way.
Tornado outright, but he didn't want to sell. "As soon as we got their name, our sales went through the roof."
Thanks to help from a local engineering company, ByMethod Design in Burnaby, Habermann, a former professional soccer player and car salesman, created Tornado Personal Defense Systems pepper spray device, which can be fitted in a small waist holster.
Sven Habermann was deer hunting near Cache Creek in 2008 when he surprised a black bear. The animal charged directly at the hunter, who reached for his clumsy spray cartridge in attempt to blast the animal.
"Had there been an attack, I wouldn't have been able to defend myself."
Canada, though, remains a challenge.
What he invented as a result has changed his life.
Clients in the biggest market in the world like what they see. outdoor stores such as Cabelas, Menard's, Gander Mountain and Big 5 Sporting Goods and a raft of smaller stores are carrying the line as well. and recently bought 25 per cent of Tornado. Sales for this year are projected at $3 million.
"We're becoming the non lethal arm," of Ruger, adds Habermann.
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He described the experience, which took about 45 minutes of bargaining with only five minutes of that aired, as the "freakiest thing I have ever done.
Months later emerged the Tornado Personal Defense Systems pepper spray device, a compact gizmo that fits on a belt, in a car, on a bicycle or arm band and blasts out a strobe light and alarm. As a final defence, it sprays excruciating and disabling pepper in less than a second. The design ensures that when it's removed from its holster, it's automatically locks on to the hand, pointed in the right direction.
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