Radioisotope Tagger Spray

Easy, tough to detect tagging method


This is a small spray canister filled with a (supposedly) harmless radioactive isotope. The isotope is sprayed onto a target, who can then be followed with a geiger counter or other hand-held radiation detector. It can also be used as a practical joke in radiation-sensitive habitats, although Vac-Workers tend to view this type of prank as less than funny. Radiation absorption from the tagger is negligible — less than your average x-ray. Spray is colorless and odorless, but incidentally, tastes terrible.

Cost: 400 Credits

Radioisotope Tagger Spray

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