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Your life is priceless. You deserve to live a long & happy life!
Imagine you're in an emergency situation & you're stuck in the car because your seat belt is jammed! Wouldn't you wish that you could have done something to prevent this from happening?
This Car Escape is a 2 in 1 keychain that can save yours or others' life! It comes with a seat belt cutter & window breaker.
Isn't it great to know that you're always prepared whenever an accident happens?
Emergencies happen & you don't know when and where they will happen! This handy tool is a keychain, compact & portable, making it convenient to bring it with you 24/7!
You'll have peace of mind because it's easily accessed & you'll always be ready to respond to emergencies!
What more? It is also a gift that can never go wrong! Perfect gift for your family & loved ones! Show them how much they mean to you!
Always Prepared For Emergencies!
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✔️2in1 Keychain: Seat Belt Cutter & Window Breaker
✔️Small, Compact & Portable
✔️Convenient & Lightweight
✔️Great Gift Idea
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I'm a firefighter and I have used this tool many times on the job over the years and it works very nicely. There are a few points that should be explained to anyone buying this....
1) If possible, wear a glove! you have to push this against the window with some force to activate it and it is easy for your hand to continue forward once it shatters. sometimes just a hole surrounded by cracked glass....it's sharp...it hurts. If you don't have gloves, make a conscious effort to not continue forward when the glass gives.
2) Side windows are tempered glass and windshields are laminated glass. This will work on a side window but not a windshield/rear windshield. Side windows "cube' and fall apart windshields do not because the plastic sheeting in them keeps the shards together. It is hard to kick a windshield out even after it has "spidered".
3) A good spot is usually near the corner (about 2"-3" diagonal from corner) and there's less chance of putting your hand through it at the corner....did I say that glass is sharp? And that it hurts? It is....and it does!
4) If you're getting someone out of a car and they're conscious...tell 'em to turn away when you break the window...cuz...you know...sharp...hurts...
5) Seat-belt cutters work way better if you can manage to pull the belt taught with your other hand.
6) If you have this hanging off a fire-coat...it is very likely it will fall off...break off...etc. I stick mine in the rubber flashlight band on my helmet. Not that I wanna tell you where to stick it or.......yeah....OK...
7) These don't work over and over forever. The point gets dull. But when I get a new one, In usually test fire it on a thick piece of cardboard or soft wood to make sure that it functions.
8) Just hold against window and push until it pops.
That is all....stay safe...and remember...
Glass is sharp....and it hurts!
Just had to use one of these that I keep on my keychain. I was first on scene of a nasty wrong-way crash. The driver and a passenger were stuck inside the vehicle. The doors could not be easily opened (on the driver side) so I pulled out my keys and used this tool to pop out the window. It instantly caused the tempered glass to shatter and I knocked the excess away with my flashflight before using a knife to cut away at the airbags.
The woman survived and it was incredibly comforting for her to see me face to face and know that she had a way out and that she wasn't stuck.
We waited for a little and paramedics arrived and were able to give everyone the care they needed.
This was a real-life scenario and this product worked. Would absolutely recommend.
Photo from after the fire department transported everyone.
I don't want anything added to my keyring so I installed them with Velcro tape to the center dash/console of our vehicles. That way both driver and front passenger always know where they are and has one within reach at all times.
I first heard about this type of product in a YouTube video. After watching, I did some investigating here, and decided on this product. I'm glad that I did!
First off, I love that this fits onto a keyring. Many of these products are designed to go into your glove compartment, but the problem that I have with that concept is that in the event of an accident, the glove compartment might pop open, sending the contents flying all over the car, and you might not be able to find or reach the tool. With this product, it's on your keyring, and your keys will almost certainly still be in the ignition, and easily accessible.
To test the functionality, I gathered a couple of old garments that don't get worn anymore and tested the blade used for cutting a seatbelt. The garments I tested this with aren't as rigid as the material of a seatbelt, but with how easily it sliced through them, I don't doubt that it could cut through a seatbelt with ease. To test the window punch, I used an old window off of the apartment that was lying in the garage. Yeah, it shattered it instantly. Shards of glass went everywhere! So, I have no doubt that it would break your car window with ease.
All in all, this is something I think everyone should have on their keyring. Not only to potentially save your own life, or the life of a loved one, but also to potentially help a stranger in the event that you witness or come across an accident where this tool could be of use.
My husband is a police officer and had a person trapped in a car they needed to get to. Other officers tried busting the window with other tools and would not work. He used this tool I bought him and said it worked on the very first try with no effort.
He said his arm went flying through the window so quick and easily he was sure he’d get cut up, but the way the tool is designed, it shattered the glass into tiny pieces that no shards were created. It was a clean break with no injury or cuts to anyone.
We both highly recommend this tool for parent of young children too.
It’s easy to use, just push against the glass you’re trying to break.
Great for police or emergency first responders or parents.