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LifeHammer's Original Emergency Hammer is a high-quality car escape tool, designed to help prevent automotive entrapment after an accident. Should power locks become disabled or a safety belt jam after an accident, the double-sided steel hammer heads allow the vehicle occupant to shatter side and rear windows, while a safely concealed razor-sharp blade cuts easily through safety belts. This product includes a mounting bracket (made of tough ABS plastic) for convenient installation, a polypropylene grip and handle, and a florescent pin which glows in the dark for easy retrieval. Made in Holland.
The LifeHammer is solid and has a nice feel to it. It’s slightly longer and thinner than some hammers so you get a better grip. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Patrick Carlin
heavy duty. Fortunately, haven't had to use it, but its in my car ready to use. Very good quality materials.Published 11 days ago by Catherine A. Doyle
I always had the fear of crashing into water and not being able to get out, it attaches where I can access it quickly....just pray I never need it!!!Published 21 days ago by Grace
Haven't needed to use it, thank goodness. But it seems to be built very well & should work well if ever needed.Published 1 month ago by Peter Goerlitz
It should work great when I need it. Feels good to have it. I bought one for each vehicle.Published 1 month ago by Brenda Helms
Living in Florida around so much water, I am very happy to have this product.Published 1 month ago by Julie Newell