Why should I use Knope?
Empower yourself in any setting using Knope.
1 in 3 women and 1 in 33 men experience sexual violence in their lifetime.
1 in 13 college-aged individuals suspect having had a drink laced with a rape drug.
What drugs does Knope detect?
Knope can detect common rape drugs:
Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol or Roofies), Alprazolam (Xanax), Diazepam (Valium), Diazepam (Diastat), Temazepam (Restoril), Oxazepam (Serax), Lorazepam (Ativan), Etizolam (Arophlam), Triazolam (Halcion), Nitrazepam (Mogadon), Ketamine, and Norketamine.
I don't drink alcohol. Can I be affected by drink spiking?
Yes. Any drink, alcoholic or not, can be spiked.
Where can I use my Knope?
You can use Knope anywhere drinks are present. It is disguised to be discrete and to easily fit into pockets and handbags.
How many times can I use my Knope?
Knope is single use only. The mechanisms used to detect the drugs can run through the strip 1 time. The awesome thing is that they come in packs of 3 so you can use more than 1 in the same night or share with friends!
How long does it take for Knope to show results?
After adding 3 drops of your drink to the cartridge, it takes 3-5 minutes to analyze. During this time period, do NOT drink your drink. Wait until after you get your results. The instructions can be found on the packaging in case you forget how to use Knope or how to read your results.
Who can use Knope?
Anyone can use Knope! Knope is designed for gender inclusivity, discretion, and portability.
Can I fit Knope in my pocket?
Yes, Knope is small and thin making it highly portable. It can fit into pockets, any size handbag, the small pocket on jeans, etc.
How to know if you've been drugged?
Nausea, dizziness, confusion, memory loss, loss of consciousness, vomiting, difficulty seeing or breathing, and sweating are all signs of being drugged. These are not the only signs of being drugged, but are some of the most common. See our What Now Campaign for more information.
Can I taste if my drink has been drugged?
Not necessarily. Drugging can take place in three forms: powder, tablet, and liquid. Many times, there will be no noticeable change in drink flavor or texture after drugs have been added. See our What Now Campaign for more information.