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Drivers Emergency Car Torch with Hammer and Seatbelt Cutter

Every motorist should have one of these!
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“this is brilliant, now my daughter is driving it gives peace of mind to know she can keep it at hand. She’ll have a bit of security” JEWELS
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This 5-in-1 emergency car hammer is a very small price to pay for your safety on the road.

A must for all motorists, the powerful LED torch doubles as a red warning light, a COB work light, a seat-belt cutter and an emergency hammer. Five indispensable tools if you ever break down or are involved in an accident.

  • Long-life, ultra- bright COB LED work light and torch
  • 360° warning light with 16 ultra-bright red flashing LEDs
  • Built-in blade for cutting through seat belt
  • Built-in emergency hammer
  • Strong magnet for handsfree use
  • Measures 19.5 x 10 x 4.5cm
  • Requires 3 AA batteries, not included

Product Ratings & Reviews (2) Hide Show

  • 5
    Emergency Torch with Seat-belt cutter and glass hammrr

    Posted by David L Wilkinson on 5th Mar 2020

    Every motorist should have one of these in their vehicle, as like aying for insurance you never know when you might need it yourself, or incase you are at the scene of an accident where someone is trapped and the emergency services might not be able to get there should the trapped person be in a vehicle that is on fire or they are in danger of being further injured should another vehicle perhaps be liable to cause fatal injuries. Care must however be taken to ensure that the trapped person/s are not injured too badly if any attempts are made to free them should you not have a good knowledge of First Aid, though if a person's life is in serious danger then as long as great care is taken then an attempt to extract someone whose life is under serious threat it is accepted that to wait until emergency services can reach the incident the risk of causing further problems is better than leaving a person to succumb from their injuries.

  • 4

    Posted by Christine Hill on 19th Nov 2019

    Hopefully, will not need to use this. But after reading that electronic doors will not open after an impact, consider this tool essential.

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