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Slime 50051 Safety Spair All-In-One 36 Piece Roadside Emergency Essential Kit

by Slime

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  • Includes first aid kit, 12 volt compressor, plus additional safety items, all-in-1 36 piece kit and jumper cables
  • Focuses on replacing the spare tire in cars in a fast, easy, safe manner
  • Offers added safety and has a durable dual compartment storage case
  • Backed by a repair guarantee for 500 miles
  • Easy to use
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 50051
Item Weight7.9 pounds
Product Dimensions12.7 x 9.6 x 7.1 inches
Item model number50051
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionSatisfaction Guaranteed
  
Additional Information
ASINB0020T0XW4
Best Sellers Rank #223,711 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 25, 2009
  
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Product Description

Slime Safety Spair Roadside Emergency Essential Kit includes first aid kit, 12 volt compressor, plus additional safety items, all-in-1 36 piece kit and jumper cables. It is designed for flat tire prevention and focuses on replacing the spare tire in a fast, easy as well as safe manner. This kit offers added safety and has a durable dual compartment storage case. It is backed by a repair guarantee for 500 miles and is easy to use.

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Its compact and simple to operate.
R. Cichocki
Have used both the jumper cable and the 12 V compressor that were part of the kit and both worked very well.
Ram
It will fill the tire and get you someplace where you can really fix it, it just takes a while.
DR. B

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By DR. B VINE VOICE on September 13, 2009
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Living in north Wisconsin we get hit with some pretty bad weather in the winter. This has just about all you will in case of an emergency. It comes in a nice cloth bag and fits well under our SUV's back seat. I compared it others, e.g. AAA's kit, and you get much more for the money. A lot of other kits are "54 piece" for example but they count 10 band-aids as 10 pieces and 10 handi-wipes as 10 more. What this kit seems to do is combine what would take you two other kits. Some kits have a compressor but not cables, some have cables but not a compressor and so on. This has it all.

I probably would not use the "Slime" itself if I could avoid it, I know its not suppose to damage the tires, but I'm paranoid.

The key with these kits is don't expect the compressor, for example, to put out the power of a tank model. It will fill the tire and get you someplace where you can really fix it, it just takes a while. They are emergency kits, not something you would use everyday and though the items are well built it seems like, are just not built for inflating tires, again for example, every day.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By 0xyjen on April 4, 2012
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Went looking for more details and I found them:

safety spair 36 piece kit:
To repair a flat tire, jump a dead battery, check tire pressure, inflate a low tire, bandage a cut knee and much more.

Powerful 12V Compressor Fully Inflates Any Tire in 7 minutes
Special Sealant Seals Punctures up to ¼" (6mm)
Tire Pressure Sensor-Friendly
Safety Light for Night Use
Guaranteed Not to Void Tire Warranty

28 piece first aid kit includes:
A First Aid and CPR Guide
10 flexible bandages, 3 large bandages, 3 gauze pads
3 sting relief pads, 3 antibacterial wipes
Tweezers, scissors
Multi-purpose elastic bandage, triangle bandage and pins
Gauze roll and adhesive tape

Safety Spair Plus kit also includes:
Carrying Case
10 gauge 10 foot jumper cables
Emergency triangle
Tire pressure gauge
Utility knife
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ram on August 15, 2011
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Have used both the jumper cable and the 12 V compressor that were part of the kit and both worked very well. Well worth having this in your car/van for the price. Paid thirty two when this was on sale.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By John-something TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 26, 2011
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Jumper cables, a pump, basic first aid, and a utility knife may not be all you would like to keep in your car for emergencies, but it's certainly a good one-size-fits-all idea. Add that this allows you to patch the tire and be on your way without having to remove it and/or replace it with one of those miniature spares and you have a winner.

My only CON is not having even one additional pocket for putting anything you might think to add. For instance, I have emergency blankets, a magnesium fire starter, and bring a Leatherman multi-tool for long road trips not because I live in the middle of nowhere, but rather because I don't. Here in New York City, catastrophe can strike any time and in any number of forms, so it's not unthinkable that in a 9/11 or Katrina sort of situation that you might need to evacuate and perhaps even camp out in your car for a few days.

Sounds ridiculous? Think of these real-life New York City situations:

* Summer 2011 many parts of Queens and Brooklyn experienced blackouts during a heat wave of over 100F temperatures.

* Summer 2006 during a heat wave the power lines actually burst into flames and we had no power for two weeks and change--so of course there was no fresh food and if you all the sudden needed a flat tire repaired so you could get basic supplies, no local shop had any power to replace a tire either.

* Winter 2005 during the holiday season we had a transit strike and lack of enforcement of taxi fares caused them to charge a minimum of $60 for rides that wouldn't normally cost even $20, meaning transportation was dead and even travelling by car was a major challenge as people walked for miles between boroughs over the bridges.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Karlsson on November 14, 2012
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This is a comprehensive, well organized roadside kit. I live in the Boston area where winter weather can be rough so I am glad to have this in the car. I keep it in the trunk because it's not something you have to use everyday (hopefully). It could fit under the seat of an SUV/ Crossover. I think you would have to force it under the seat of larger cars and it certainly won't fit under the seat of my VW GTI. This kit is meant to check tire pressure, inflate a (very) low tire (when you cannot get to a gas station air compressor quickly), repair a flat tire (so you can avoid waiting for roadside assistance), jump a dead battery, and provide basic first aid (bandage a cut knee, scrape etc).

The air compressor is not the quality of a tank air compressor that you use at a gas station or even one you can buy from a hardware supply store. What do you expect? It fits in a tiny little case!! It will fill your tire (slowly) in an emergency situation so that you can get to your nearest repair shop.

This kit is not a car survival kit; there are no thermal blankets etc. So if you are in a cold location known for spouts of nasty weather, you should probably have one of those in your car as well in addition to this case.

Thanks for taking the time to read my review, and I hope you found it helpful in making a purchase decision.
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