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Over 3 million motorists worldwide carry resqme - keychain car escape tool, to keep their family safe on the road!
resqme comes in a variety of trendy colors!
About the size of a key remote and just 2.93 inches long, the resqme tool is the smallest car escape tool that you can find. It is light weight and fits in the palm of your hand. Its 3 conical cylindrical shape makes it very distinctive, and comes in a variety of trendy colors.
The product resqme is to the car what the emergency hammer is to the train. This 2 in 1, safety and survival tool, allows you to cut a jammed seatbelt and to break a side window in your car.
Originally developed for first responders (firefighters, EMTs, law enforcement agencies), resqme has become an essential safety solution for all safety-conscious drivers.
I am a certified CPST (Child Passenger Safety Technician). I bought this to always have in my purse for possible emergencies. Read morePublished 2 days ago by ca.roybal
I order all my family one to keep in there vehicles and I carry mine on my keyring due to me being In the fire dept and it comes in handy when if you don't have any other... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Roger Hicks
This is my 2nd resqme. I used to be a firefighter and paramedic and have seen the consequences of people getting trapped in their cars. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Drew Harper
Remember to remove from your key-chain when going to court or other secure facilities.Published 8 days ago by ReviewName
Haven't had to actually use it but, watched videos on several brands and this one appeared to be the best. Appears to be a well made product and it's hanging on my keychain... Read morePublished 9 days ago by LoJe
This is light weight and easy to use. I took mine to a junk yard for testing and it worked greatPublished 9 days ago by travis herring
I hope this will "not be" a useful product and that my new CRV will not need to be escaped from. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Michael A. Creel