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Seatbelt Cutter Window Breaker Escape Tool 2 Pack

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Product Information

Color: Dark Orange
Technical Details
Part Number EET-002
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions6.4 x 3.4 x 0.8 inches
OriginImported (China)
ColorDark Orange
Item Package Quantity2
  
Additional Information
ASINB004TRKBOK
Best Sellers Rank #28 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 25, 2011
  
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Product Description

Color: Dark Orange

Emergency Tool After a bad car accident a few seconds can mean the difference between life and death for you and your loved ones. The Emergency Tool helps you to escape quickly after a car accident. Many people fear wearing a seat belt in case they were to be trapped in a burning or sinking vehicle. Electric windows do not work without power and would need to be shattered so you could escape. The surgically sharp blade effortlessly cuts through a tangled seat belt (recessed for safety), the pointed steel head (with red plastic protective cover) easily shatter windows. Simply keep it in your glove box.

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Customer Reviews

This product seems to be very sturdy and it was well priced.
ALEXANDER I DEMKIW
I hope we never have to use one of these, but it's nice to know they are in the cars if we need them.
Roger Rheinheimer
It's great that they come in a two pack, I put one in my truck and one in my girlfriend's car.
-_- TracE

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101 of 104 people found the following review helpful By C. Yu on February 3, 2014
Color Name: Dark Orange
I have four kids and we often go on long drives in our van and every time we do, I'd always remind my wife how to use the seat belt cutter as described in the product manual. Guess what? Do not fall into a false sense of security thinking that the seat belt cutter will work like a charm in an emergency, cutting the seat belt like a knife thru butter. One time, I had to transfer one of the car seats (Graco Nautilus) to a bigger rental van but the latch was stuck. Since I have an extra latch belt, I decided to use the cutter, following carefully the instructions. Lo and behold, it only made a very small cut on the car seat latch belt on my first try. I consider myself a strong guy, I work out and lift heavy weights and it took a lot of effort to cut and slice thru the seat belt. I would recommend you just keep a sharp folding knife in your car instead. I'd still keep the tool hoping it will work as a window breaker.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 3, 2014
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
We wanted to make sure these things would perform the way they were intended, so we took one to the scrapyard and picked a junker.
The Seatbelt cutter easily sliced through the belt near the driver's shoulder, and barely experienced resistance on the lap-belt where the material is almost three times thicker.
The window smasher was so easy to use that a child could do it. Just one swift tap, and the safety glass turned to gravel and fell out of the door frame.

I'd definitely suggest one of these for every vehicle! You may never need to use it, but the one time you actually do need it you'll be glad it's there!
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By scott on August 31, 2013
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
tried it out on neighbors car window....
ok, im kidding...on an old piece of glass and seatbelt material...
good value
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C Silver on May 16, 2014
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
DO NOT BUY THIS "EMERGENCY TOOL!" IF YOU COUNT ON THIS TO SAVE YOUR LIFE, YOU *WILL* BE DISAPPOINTED!!! I.E. DEAD!

I am an auto mechanic and work in automotive recycling, and have to break car windows on a semi-regular basis. I have used the Lifehammer emergency hammer, which works great to break tempered safety glass with almost no effort. I decided to try this one, just because it was cheap. When it arrived, I attempted to break a side window on a 2000-ish Chevy truck. First, I tried a quick, gentle tap, which is all that's required with the Lifehammer. Nothing. I tried hitting the window harder and harder, and time after time, nothing happened. After four or five swings, I examined the tip and saw that it had flattened out!

To shatter safety glass, you need a tool with a harder Mohs hardness than glass. That's why spark plug porcelain and the hardened steel on the Lifehammer work. This product is cheaply assembled with cheap steel and cheap plastic.

Additionally, the handle is bulky and non-ergonomic.

The only saving grace of this product was that the seat belt cutter worked, but if that's all you're after, get a utility knife with a cut-out in the handle for cutting seat belts.

I feel compelled to write this review, as people are buying this product with the impression that it will help save their life in an emergency. It does not work, and will not save your life or your children's life! Spend the extra ten bucks on the LifeHammer brand tool, because saving ten bucks won't matter when you're dead!
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107 of 128 people found the following review helpful By R. Iredale on September 18, 2012
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
Every car should have one; in fact, a car dealer would go far by including one in every new or used car they sell.

(1) assess the situation

(2) unbuckle (or cut, if necessary) all belts

(3) DON'T WAIT for the car to sink or fill with water--do the next step right away:

(4) smash a SIDE window. Not the front, not the back. The side windows will break easily.

(5) get out the window(s) as fast as possible. DON'T WAIT.

This is what the Mythbusters discovered. If you wait, you panic, and you will probably die.
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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M. Heiss on March 21, 2013
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
These escape tools are small and easily velcro into your car's spaces -- door pockets, between the seats, alongside the driver's compartment. They should ship with velcro -- what good does it do you to have a tool when you are flipped upside down in the water and the tool flies somewhere in the passenger compartment? Anyway, I used a 1/2" velcro dot to secure in place.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Geerling TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 24, 2013
Color Name: Dark Orange Verified Purchase
After watching Mythbusters' episode on escaping from a drowning car, I decided to buy one of these for each of our cars. There's no other reliable way of getting out of a car underwater than smashing the window, getting out of your seatbelt, and swimming up.

I put one of these in the glove box of each of our cars, and I'm sure it will help in the unlikely event that we drive into a river, pond, or lake. The metal hammer head seems well constructed, and has a rubber cap on the pointy side, so it won't scratch things in your glove box.

The seatbelt cutter may or may not work--I'm not going to test it on my seat belts, but it did at least cut through some nylon string I had laying around. The plastic handle is constructed poorly and is made of pretty thin plastic, though everything lined up on my escape tools. YMMV.

Five stars for the price and the necessity of this item, four stars for overall build quality.
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