MultiFunction Safety Hammer
Being prepared for emergency is easier if we plan in advance. And while we can’t prepare for everything, there are some situations that we can prepare and train for to make sure our children will know what to do should the unthinkable happen.
A friend of mine lost their father when their car was run off the road and into a lake. They could NOT get their door open because of the pressure from the water and their window would not go down because of the electrical system in the car shorting out when under water. What a sad and tragic event..one that to this day I believe could have been prevented had either my friend’s father or a bystander.
Having something as simple as one of these multifunction safety hammers available could have made a difference in life and death.
Everyone should have one of these! This unit has more features than others but they are important differences.
#1 Emergency Hand Crank Battery
#2 USB Cell Phone Charger
#3 Seat Belt Cutter
#4 Window Breaker Hammer
#5 Emergency Flashers
#6 Magnetic – attach to any metal surface
#7 LED Flashlight with multiple settings including flashing/SOS
We have these in each of our vehicles and some of them have more than one, especially the vans or vehicles where there is usually one or more of the children in the back. Knowing they have at least a chance to get out of the vehicle or help each other get out should the driver be unable is very comforting to me.
As you can see, this is a smart tool to have on hand. The emergency may not be yours but you might be the only one around that can step up and help.
This EYLO Multifunction Safety Hammer can be purchased on Amazon with free prime shipping. Personally, I think every car should have one of these in the glove box.
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