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Resqme Quick Car Escape Tool
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- Seat belt cutter and Car window breaker
- Compact, lightweight & powerful
- Easily accessible, no installation required
- Tested and certified by TÜV
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resqme - The Original Car Escape Tool!
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.
What is resqme?
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.
- Made in USA - The Original!
- Breaks car side windows
- Cuts jammed safety belts
- Compact, lightweight & powerful
- The most affordable and reliable car escapetool.
- Trademarked and Patented
Top Customer Reviews
I highly recommend this device, especially give its low price.
After a 22 year old woman just died from sliding off a highway during a Minnesota blizzard into a ice cold lake,(12-8-09) I am getting ReQme keychains for all my family members for Christmas gifts! I would rather take the chance of it not working than my family members not have it at all. I do have faith that it WILL work.
Any questions please call the Life Hammer and ResQme keychains manufactuer. Their phone number can be found online.
Once we stabilized the car and were starting extrication, I crawled inside and started patient care. Luckily, she was conscious and had only minor injuries. While the top of the car was being removed, I was going to attempt to free her to the ground (which was the drivers side of the car) so she would be as comfortable as you can be while having spreaders/cutters and a sawzall 2 feet from your head. I grabbed my carabiner off of my turnouts and fumbled around under the blanket with my flashlight looking for my new resqme. It wasn't there. The key-ring was still on my biner, but no tool to be found.....
The reason for this was discovered this morning when I got off shift, went searching, and found the tool in the engine bay behind the rig. The plastic piece had broken off at the key-ring and had been sitting there for X amount of time.
I shouldn't be bitter, I've seen these in action, and they do work well. Just be careful how you stage them with other gear, as they aren't the most durable tool you can use.
More recently I was transporting a prisoner when I observed a wrecked car with smoke pouring from the engine in south Texas. I slowed to notice the driver was knocked out and face down on the steering wheel. Upon exiting my vehicle I forgot the resqme device and attempted to smash the window unsuccessfully with a knife. I returned to my vehicle and retrieved the resqme. To my dismay, the device malfunctioned and failed to break the window. I'm unsure if I have a faulty device but I alerted the company. They never responded to my email but I'm no longer fully comfortable with the product and will most likely return to the traditional window punch.
The seat belt slides between the prongs for cutting. There is a key ring included so you can add it to your car keys.
The spring loaded plunger works too. I tested it on a piece of scrap lumber. Just press down and ...POP! The metal pin inside pops out and it left a good dent in the wood. It should have no problems breaking the side window glass in a vehicle. Be sure to place the pin in a corner near the top of the window. When the glass breaks, it won't cut you when it lands on your hand or arm. You can also use the pin on the front or rear windshield, but it won't shatter the glass like the side window, but you can put spider web cracks in the glass. This makes it easier to kick or push something through the windshield like an umbrella or windshield scraper.
The pin will work underwater too. You don't have to swing this to break the glass. Just press it against the window and keep pressing, it will pop. I hope it makes it through TSA, I don't see why it shouldn't. I plan on buying more for family as gifts.
Update 01/31/2013: Easily made it through airport security in four countries, in addition to the TSA in the USA.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
cant judge how good this may or may not work... plastic feels like some kids toys. two things missing. the lanyard and the visor clip. or the o-rings. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by danny lay
It it supposed to be one time use? Punch no longer worked after first window.Published 2 days ago by Ryan R.
Small and compact. Looks like it will do the job if an emergency situation arises.Published 5 days ago by Kenneth Linton
Electric car windows (and door locks) have always made me feel uneasy, with the knowledge that they can be rendered inoperable in an accident. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Anita Brosius-Scott