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  • The Fur Ball Buzzer For Fashionable Personal Alarm Protection Of Children And Women

    Our Fur Ball Buzzer gives you a fashionable furry personal alarm protection for children and women.

    One of my greatest joys of growing older is the time we can spend with our grandchildren. Our bunch of eight keeps us hopping to functions, including school, sports, and cheer.

    One day I was noticing that one of my granddaughters had a Colorful soft fur ball attached to her backpack that she had next to her. She kept holding the ball in her hand and I asked about it. She really likes the softness, the fashion statement, and it makes it easy her to find the main backpack zipper for quick access. It is the sought-after thing now for children and adult women.

    These fun accessories can be seen at schools on folders; backpacks; instrument cases; and roller bags; on the wrist at parties; dances; game gatherings and walking, on shopping bags; purses; key rings; and cell phone cases while doing errands.

    Our Fur Ball Buzzer adds the safety and security of a personal alarm. They come in Pink, Purple, and White, allowing you to mix and match colors by buying all three. They can be worn around the wrist, attached to carry-on luggage; purses; computer cases; backpacks; bags; and other items that will give a fashion statement while also giving you that protection of the personal alarm.

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    If a threat happens, just pull the out the pin to activate a 100db alarm and to silence, put the pin back in the alarm slot.

    The Fur Ball Buzzer runs on three included and replaceable 1. 5-volt LR44/RG13 button cell batteries.

    For more information about and to purchase these fun accessories, click here.

    How will you use yours?

    Questions or comments: Leave us a comment on this article post, or email us at Questions@ForSecuritySake.com

  • Outdoor & Indoor Wireless Simple To Use Alarm System

    Would you set up an inexpensive alarm system if you knew it was simple to install and use?

    I belong to our local Neighborhood Watch groups and it never fails to amaze me how many property incidents are reported by furious people, some who are victims more than once. These crimes include garages; sheds; cars; trailers; homes; and yards.

    Un-fortunately, the police usually can’t get to a crime in progress soon enough to catch a theft suspect in the act. This results in the damage and loss of your property, along with the feelings of invasion, rage, and loss of the security.

    Some property owners and their neighbors have cameras that are good at helping identify the suspect(s) after the crimes have been committed, but almost all of them do not have, or use alarms to help protect their property before it is stolen.

    It is a fact that if a suspect knows that the property they are considering stealing from has alarm protection, they will leave and look for an easier target.

    We wanted to do something to help people protect their property by offering an inexpensive product that is very simple to install and use. We combined  our wireless siren with flashing light, remote control, and adjustable indoor/outdoor motion sensor to make a simple system that anyone can use to help scare away intruders before they steal your things .

    This Wireless Outdoor Siren with Flashing Light, Remote Control, and Adjustable Outdoor Motion Sensor does not need a keypad to code and there is no monthly monitoring charge. Just do a simple initial one-time match of the three products, install the siren near an outdoor AC outlet, and install, or place the long-lasting battery operated indoor/outdoor motion sensor where you want protection. Use the remote control to arm, disarm, or set off a panic siren. Get More Information and/or Purchase by clicking here.

    You can protect more than one area up to 300 feet away from the siren by adding more sensors. You can add up to 7 of three types of sensors to each siren. The Adjustable indoor/outdoor motion sensor, the indoor motion sensor, and the door/window/vibration sensor. Check them out here.

    You can even add more than one remote control and/or siren with the same sensors. All you have to do is match the same remote control(s) and sensor(s) to the siren(s). Just be sure that additional sirens are armed. (The average reach distance from the remote control to the siren ( is 60 feet.) Check out the entire product page here.

    Here are some property protection ideas that our customers have used these products for:
    • Shed: By using a motion sensor pointed at the shed door, and inside the shed.
    • Garage: By using a motion sensor inside the garage.
    • Carport: By using an adjustable motion sensor aimed at a specific area from under the roof eve.
    • Driveway: By pointing an adjustable motion sensor across an entrance gate.
    • Barn: By placing a door sensor magnetics at the entrance and a motion sensor in an inside office.
    • Window: By using the magnetics part of the door sensor on the window and window frame that will sound with vibration, or if opened.
    • Car: By placing an adjustable motion sensor inside.
    • Toolbox: By placing a motion sensor inside.
    • Garden: By using an adjustable motion sensor aimed at a specific area of the garden.

    What are you going to use your system for?

    Have questions? Leave us a comment or send an email to questions@ForSecuritySake.com

  • The California CARR Fire is Finally Fully Contained

    It has finally been contained!

    The California Carr Fire is known in the year 2018 as the most destructive fire in California History. According to Cal Fire, in the 38 days the fire has been consuming fuel, over 229,000 acres and 1600 structures were destroyed.

    People in these areas had to be prepared to move at a moments notice and even with that, the fire claimed eight peoples lives.

    It will be years before every family will be able to rebuild.

    See the article by the Sacramento Bee for further information.

  • Mass Killings Do Not Require Guns

    Mass killings do not require guns. In 1927 America’s deadliest school massacre happened in Bath Michigan. 38 of the 44 people killed were students.

    As revisited in 2017 by Lorraine Boissoneault at SMITHSONIAN.COM, not only was the school targeted with explosives, but a secondary bomb was set off by the only shot fired killing school officials, rescuers, and the suspect. The suspect in this massacre was suspected of having mental illness, which is in common with recent school massacres.

    Look back in history and you will see that if someone wants to, anything can be used as a weapon. Today you can take away guns and they will use bombs; knives; cars; gas and any other number of things that are and will stay legal in this country.

    In my opinion, protection of our children while in school should be number one and the only way for that to happen is to secure them. Plan to stop it before it starts, and make it easier for first responders to locate and eliminate the threat when needed. Our ancestors protected their loved ones with forts; castles; armor; and high ground. This may sound a little extreme today, but any person that has ill will against our students will be able to get to them. That means more mass killings will happen.

    Securing our schools will take money that officials don’t want to spend. If that wasn’t true, schools would be many times safer today. So what would it take?

    There is not one school in our area that has made it hard to get into the yard area. Some school fences are only 4 feet high. So to start with we need secure fences that are hard to climb and cut; bullet resistant reinforced street side walls and high windows; classroom doors that can be locked from the inside (a big problem with many doors with no inside key slot in areas of California); camera systems with alarms that can track a suspect; lockdown areas where a suspect can be held similar to Fire Doors at hospitals that can be closed and locked at a push of a button; self-defense sprays for school staff and continuous training updates for our school resource officers and first responders. These are just a few things that can be done. We have to start getting serious if we really want to protect our children.

    At least one school was in the news recently that has increased security with installed cameras viewable by first responders; marked classroom floors that show a safe zone where a suspect can’t see anyone; smoke dispensers that can blind a suspect and panic buttons worn by teachers.

    It will take money and time, but so would laws to change. And remember 1927.

     

  • Safer Shopping On The Internet Tips

    Every year more and more people are using the internet to do their shopping. It is a convenient way to shop without the hassle of driving to stores, finding a place to park, and put up with crowds.

    In years past, you had to worry about your cash or check book being stolen. Now with debit and credit cards becoming the usual way to pay, there is a security risk no matter where you shop. The internet, stores, and even banks are being hacked by criminals who are stealing identities and recently even money from people’s accounts.

    Since we are an internet only shop, I thought I would share some tips to make your internet shopping experience safer and more secure.

    There are numerous internet web sites opening every day and there are some simple clues to help you tell which sites are safer to shop on, old or new.

    If you are shopping on a desktop, or Laptop computer using a browser:

    There are a number of browsers you can use and each may show the following information a little different.  Here are a few that I use.

    The below screen shot is from our website on Internet Explorer 11:

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    If you have your browser at full screen, you will see the complete website address. There are clues here to help tell you if you are on a safe site for shopping. Each time you go to a different page, even the same site, this address information will change.

    The first is “http://“ vs “https://” in the address bar at the top. http:// does not mean the site is unsafe to be on to read, but if you are going to enter information on a page, look for https://. It means that this page is encrypted. This makes it harder for someone to see the information as it travels across the internet. Unencrypted pages will show http:// and can be read by anyone that knows how to intercept traffic over the internet. So pay close attention if you are on a webpage that askes for personal information of any kind, including payment. The information is  encrypted if you see the https://.

    The second clue is the padlock on the right of the address bar. This shows that the site information is encrypted by a 3rd party certificate provider that certifies the site. You can click on this for information.

    The third clue is the safety dropdown list at the bottom of the screen shot. You can go into this tab for security information about the site.

    In this case there is a forth. We own Norton Internet Security and it shows on a bar in the screen shot. Norton has also certified this site as safe, as you can see in the middle of the screen shot. This requires website owners to verify their site before Norton will show it safe. We are not trying to sell this program, but since it shows on the screen shot, I thought I would explain it.

    The below screen shot is from the Fire Fox Browser:

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    This browser shows the https:// and the lock at the left of the address bar.

    The below screen shot is from Google Chrome Browser:

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    This browser shows the https:// and the lock at the left of the address bar. You should notice that I have gone to another page on the website; in this case home-protection.html. This part of the site address will change for each page you go to. On our site https:// is still on the address bar. This is not the case on all sites that have https:// on the main page. To keep your information safer, never give information on any page that shows http://; look for that s.

    If you are shopping on Android mobile with an internet browser:

    You should still see the https:// in the address bar and the Padlock should be there too. You just might not be able to click into the security information.

    If you are shopping on IPad, or IPhone mobile with an internet browser:

    You should still at least see the Padlock and at times the https:// in the address bar. You just might not be able to click into the security information.

    If you are using an app to shop:

    I can’t address that here other than to warn you that there are hundreds of new shopping apps being added weekly, some of which are fake and could steal your information. If you want to use an app for shopping, get your app from a reputable app store to be safer.

    Our mission here at www.ForSecuritySake.com is to help you be safer and more secure in your daily lives through products and information.

    Be Safe Out There!

  • The Taser® C2 Will Soon Be Replaced By The Taser® Bolt

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    Updated 06-17-2016

    Yes, Taser® C2s are going away as stock is sold out, however your C2 will still have parts available, because the new Taser® Bolt uses the same Cartridges, Batteries, and Holster size. The owners manual is the same and when I compared the product specifications, they are the same. All of the below information still applies.

    You may have heard of the Taser®, because many police departments issue each officer one to carry on duty.  I worked at a California police department for 40 years and when the Taser® became available, we were one of the first departments to issue them.  They became an addition to tools we already carry, including pepper spray and as an alternative to using our firearm. They continue to save a number of injuries and lives of officers and suspects with no lasting harmful effects. But you may have questions about the Taser® C2 and Bolt, because they were designed for the citizen to use.

    In police studies, the TASER® C2/Bolt has a higher instant incapacitation rate than a 9mm hand gun.  The TASER® C2/Bolt shoots out 2 darts attached to 15 feet of wire. 50,000 volts travels over the wires and over-rides the central nervous system providing incredible takedown power.

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    The Taser C2/Bolt have a slick design and are much easier to carry. They have the same stopping power as the police models and still combine a traditional stun gun with the ability to shoot and shock an attacker up to fifteen feet away. When an attacker is struck with Taser C2/Bolt darts, they are designed to continue to shock the suspect for 30 seconds.

    Only use the Taser® C2/Bolt as a defense weapon. It is recommended that when you shoot the Taser Darts and the shock affects the attacker, you drop the Taser and run away. The cycle energy burst will continue for 30 seconds, giving you ample time to get away.  If the Taser is lost as the result of leaving it behind, don't worry. Forward a Police Report, documenting the incident, and Taser Iternational will replace your Taser C2/Bolt Unit.

     SAFETY -- The TASER® C2/Bolt can stop a threat up to 15 feet away (4.5 meters), allowing you a safe distance to protect yourself and family from an attacker.  If a close quarter defense is warranted, the C2/Bolt doubles as a contact stun device to repel someone as a powerful and unexpected backup capability.  TASER® technology has proven itself as a safe and effective choice of self-defense with over 500,000 worldwide users.

    EFFECTIVE -- A TASER® C2/Bolt can be conveniently discharged to work anywhere on the body, unlike other conventional weapons with a specified target area.  This makes the TASER® C2/Bolt more effective self-defense option by making it easier to stop a threat under an already stressful situation. TASER® devices have been used effectively by law enforcement encounters by over 10,000 police agencies in over 4 countries, boasting a 95% effective rating.  TASER® technology provides one of the only non-lethal means of stopping an attacker dead in his tracks, even if under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

    RESPONSIBILITY -- Normal law-abiding citizens carrying a TASER® C2/Bolt for self-defense purposes should have no problem acquiring this highly effective tool.  However, to further promote responsible ownership, the TASER®.  As always, purchasers MUST be 18 years old or older.

    The Taser C2/Bolt ECD has the same stopping power as police models. The C2/Bolt ECD uses the same exact technology and offers the same stopping power as the police version. The only difference is the cycle time - C2/Bolt ECD relays the charge for 30 seconds compared to 5 seconds with the police version. This is so you can keep your attacker down and get yourself to safety. C2/Bolt ECD is also designed to fit your lifestyle - lightweight, compact, and easy to carry".

    There is more information you will want to know about the Taser C2/Bolt. Please follow the instructions below for written information, videos, and how to purchase.

    Be sure to watch the four short videos by clicking HERE.  The first video is a Taser C2 Demo.  The volunteers in this video are actually being shocked by the Taser C2. There are people placed to the side of each volunteer to keep them from falling down.

    To purchase the new TASER® BOLT click HERE

    In my opinion, the Taser C2/Bolt is one of the best self protection products out there. I highly recomend them.

    Zeb Hammonds

    It is to your great advantage to protect yourself, your family, and your property. We at ZebPet Enterprise’s www.ForSecuritySake.com dedicate our website to help protect you and your property. Please join our FREE mailing list newsletter by using the box to the left of this article, or at our home page. You will receive more great tips, product discounts, dumb criminal stories, and news. We never sell or give away your email information.  You can review our privacy policy here.

    Be Safe out there!

  • The Ring Doorbell and Chime Review

    The Ring Door Bell is a Hardware / Software system that adds or replaces your doorbell button. It requires your home or business Wi-Fi to use, record and playback recorded video. It has a high quality video camera with sound, that catches and *records anyone that comes to your front door. The sound is high quality two way and with a free Android/IPhone downloadable App, it allows you to talk to your guest wherever you’re at in the country.

     

    Our mission at ForSecuritySake is to provide products and information to help people be safer and more secure in their daily lives. Although as of this writing we do not sell this product, it falls within our mission and we feel that it needs to be brought to our customer’s attention.

     

    We have been testing the Ring Doorbell and Chime for a while now and for a product about $200.00, it has many of the hardware and software features of higher priced recording systems.

     

    We found a great deal that combined the Ring Doorbell with the Ring Chime; which is a receiver that can be plugged into any home power socket and emits a chime sound whenever the Doorbell is activated.

     

    Hardware:

    The Ring Doorbell has a professional look and feel and came with a one piece built in camera; sound circuitry; and rechargeable battery. There was a metal mounting plate that must be used to securely attach the system to your wall. The mounting plate has screw terminals that you can connect your current doorbell power to. If you want to mount the plate where there is no power, that’s ok because the system has a built in rechargeable battery that will power it; more on that later.

     

    The chime is a simple one piece plastic box that plugs into any USA 120volt power plug. Setup on the chime must be done via the free phone apps mentioned above and below. There are no adjustment controls on the hardware.

     

    Software:

    Free Apps are available for IPhone and Android. The apps can be used to see battery condition, or hardwired in this case; match the doorbell and chime to your WI-FI; set the sensitivity; set motion alert zones; alert you to a doorbell ring or motion in the covered area; Allow you to talk and listen to guests at your door; *playback, share and download recordings of any alert; and something new that came out while testing -(Live View)- for hard wired installations. Per the company, Live View will be released for battery operated installations soon.

     

    Testing Results:.

     

    The test installation is hardwired, meaning we used the old doorbell power to run the new Ring doorbell. Our test results are based on this, so we can’t give you an estimate on how long the battery lasts in non-battery installations yet.

     

    Setup:

    was smooth, but we have a lot of experience setting systems up. But if you get stuck, Ring Support and video help is only a click away. After you download your app, Android or IPhone, you can add your device and name your doorbell location; set how sensitive the motion detection is; set active zones for motion detection; and more. You can also set up your chime location; match it to your doorbell; choose if the chime will ring on doorbell, motion detection , or both; and set the chime volume.

     

    Support:

    If you need help with installation, use your internet browser to go to ring.com . You can view video help on installation, contact support, and create an account. When you create an account, *you can use a windows PC to playback, download and share recordings from your doorbell.

     

    We only had to contact support one time via email and response was quick and solved my problem.

     

    The camera:

    has excellent color and quality. The wide-angle lens gives a fisheye effect and sees wall to wall.  The camera faces south from this test covered porch area and as a result there is some backlighting from the direct sun. However the camera does well and shuts down to concentrate on the correct lighting for a person at the door. At night when the lights go out, there is black and white infrared coverage and since we have other cameras with infrared  lights in the area, the system uses that light to enhance the view.

     

    The Sound:

    is great both ways, however be careful not to have your phone or other device too close to the doorbell while talking or you will get feedback. You can have the sound off, listen without talking, or have a conversation with whoever is at the door from anywhere in the country when you have at least two bars of 4g cell service.

     

    WI-FI:

    service with the doorbell and the chime depends on Wi-Fi speeds and connection strength. You should be as close to your Wi-Fi router or range extender as possible, because the stronger the signal, the better the service connection times. Ring activation notifications are via the internet and as with all motion detection recorders, there is a delay between live detection and recording. This may only be 4 seconds, but if you can get it lower, it could be the difference between seeing a face, or a back.

     

    *Recording:

    With the purchase of the Ring Doorbell we received a cloud recording thirty day free trial. Each recording we played back was over a minute long. After the trial the cost for cloud recording is $30.00 a year per device (In case you want two doorbells or other Ring hardware). Considering what is recorded and the space required on a hard drive, this is a bargain to me. The recordings are stored in the Ring Cloud for a long time, but they will eventually go away. Anything you want to permanently keep should be downloaded to your computer. And if you have a recording you no longer want you can delete it from the list with your app.

     

    To our eyes, we could not detect any difference to live view and recordings when played back. There is a recording timeout and it will stop recording a NON-answered activation after a minute or so. The only improvements we would want are for the system to continue recording until motion goes away and for the motion recording to start sooner.  As an example as a way to start recording sooner; police in car systems that record video have the ability to go back and record 30 seconds of video prior to the actual activation of the recorder. The is achieved by loop recording on the hardware, but this could add to the cost of the system.

     

    Live View: .

     

    The new Live View for hardwired installations is a big plus to the system. Live view allows you to manually open the camera with the same live view as if there is a ring or motion alert. You can keep it open and watch the area until you want to cancel it, or at least I didn’t keep it open long enough for anything to time out or stop working. These are recorded and can be played back, downloaded and shared

    Remote use of the software when there is no Wi-Fi:

    works well with our AT&T connection, as long as cell service has two strength bars of 4g. We used it a number of times while away and it was fun to catch sales people and guests at the door and talk with them without them knowing we weren’t at the home.

     

    The Chime:

    is separate piece of hardware that can be used to alert you that there is an alert or motion detection when your phone or other app is not available. Since my Ring Doorbell is hardwired to my old doorbell power wiring, it rings my old doorbell in the house when the button is pushed, but not motion detection. The chime also can be used to announce motion detection only in my case.

     

     

    Thoughts:

    are that this is a very worthwhile addition to any home or business security. Purchasing over the internet is on the rise and unless a signature is required for the shipment the delivery service will leave packages on the porch or other area near the door. So along with that the theft of packages from deliveries is also on the rise. According to the FBI Crime Clock there was a reported property crime every 3.8 seconds and a burglary every 18.2 seconds in the United States for 2014. This Ring Phone system is fast enough to alert you to a visitor or to confirm a theft while it is still in progress (a requirement for some agencies before they will respond to an alarm call). And a phone call to the police while watching the suspects can give the police a better chance of catching the suspect(s) before they get away. The Ring Doorbell gives more piece of mind and is a great addition to any security you may have.

    You can find our professional Surveillance systems to work along side the Ring Doorbell by clicking here.

     

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  • HOW DO YOU KNOW IF AN EMAIL IS A SCAM? HERE IS ONE STUPID CROOK EXAMPLE

    If you're reading this, chances are that you have at least one email account(s) and with those email account(s) comes spam and scams. But how do you know if the email you receive Is a scam?

    First of all, any time you get an email like this, don't open it if it looks fake. If you do open it, never click on a link or photo in the email. Always go out and contact your bank, or website account from their website. How do you know if it might be fake? Read below.

    Lets use an example that I received in August of 2015:

    This is one stupid crook example of a scam designed to get you to enter account information about a Chase Bank account.

    Here is a copy of the email as it shows up in many email readers. This one happens to be AOL.com (which has a really good spam filter), but it got through anyway; more on that later. Although this example is from AOL, it can be sent to any email account.

    Here is a screen shot of the email example as it shows up on a windows machine (I know I said don't do this, but click on the email image to see it larger) :

    Scams like this are designed to make your heart race a little and question what the heck could be wrong with the account? The scammer relies on the honest person to immediately want to correct the problem. But if you have experience at receiving these emails, you should know to take a moment to calm down and then you notice things about it.

    The first thing to look for is where it is from? If it isn't from the bank, which it should be, treat it as a scam. In this case it shows that it is from the "Update Team". But there is a "show details" button that you can click on to show the email address of the sender. This one shows it is from "Update Team ...ear30@gmail.com". That email address has nothing to do with Chase Bank and what does the update team have to do with an account review? Smarter scammers will use a sender name similar to the bank website address.  There could be an added "." to the bank (or other website name), or even a misspelled bank name. Study the from address for a few moments. If it is close to the real thing, you may not catch it with a quick look.

    Now for the way this got by the spam filter and what made this sender a stupid crook:

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    Above is a screen shot of the email as it shows on an Android email reader (Click on the email image to see it larger - if you feel lucky that this article is not a scam). Some extra reading can be seen, because the Android email reader does not use windows coding.

    At the beginning of the email is a header of random words. This is designed to make the email look legitimate and get past scam filters (Not shown in the screen shot is the bottom of the email that has more random text). This is coded in a way that windows email readers will not show the text, but the spam filter will see it.

    This reader also shows the sender address without having to open anything.

    There you have it.

    This was just one stupid crook example of thousands of all kinds of different scams out there. Sign up for the www.ForSecuritySake.com newsletter at the bottom of any page and we will write about scams and other safety and security stories as we come across them.

    Be Safe Out There.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Welcome to For Security Sake’s New Mobile Friendly Website

    We listened and we know that many of you browse the internet with smaller tablet and smart phones. As a result of what you told us we have upgraded ForSecuritySake.com for ease of use on any size browser screen.  Full size down to smart phone size is now available to give you an optimal viewing experience throughout our site without the need for a separate app.

    It is called a responsive website.  All you need to do is go to www.forsecuritySake.com on any size browser and the screen will automatically adjust for you. You will still have the features of the full size website, but in an easy to read and use mobile format.  Full size site features because it is the same website, rather than sending you to second site designed for mobile use.

    We have a few screen shots below:

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    As an example of how the screens work, you will notice on a full size computer screen, the Catagories of our products are to the left side.  On a smaller screen, such as the HTC one shown here, the catagories are now on a clickable tab. It is easy to scroll down the page with just a finger swipe.

     

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    We have tested on IPhone; HTC One; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1; and other Android brands.

    As a second upgrade, we now have RSS feeds. We are adding new products, so please remember to subscribe to our RSS feeds, sign up for our newsletter, and bookmark our website for easy return.

    Enjoy browsing through our updated site and let us know what you think.

     

     

  • The 4 n 1 Auto Emergency Tool & Why Do We Need it Review

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    I don't think that anyone in the United States would disagree that most of us travel by motorized transportation. Weather it be by train, taxi, or our own cars; most of us get into a box with doors and windows to travel every day.

    It is a habit and we think about the time it will take to get to our next stop. We don't ponder about what if situations.  What would happen in an accident and the seatbelt won't release, or we find our normal exit is blocked, or stuck shut?

    Our 4 n 1 Auto Emergency tool can help get you free, light your way, and signal for help.

    This subject hits close to home for me and I think about it a lot. My 8th grade classmate went fishing with family members the day before our eighth grade graduation commencement. The car he was riding in went off an embankment and landed in a ditch full of water.  The doors and windows were stuck closed and they could not get out. We found out about it the day we graduated and I sat next to his empty chair during the ceremony that night.

    At just 6oz and 7 inches by 2 inches, it is just right to have with you with any ground transportation.

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    The 4 n 1 tool has the following features:

    • Water resistant light weight plastic housing with dual metal tipped glass breaking hammer
    • Dual protected metal seat belt cutters
    • 12 flashing red led signal light that automatically activates when the tool is removed from its cradle
    • Bright white led flashlight
    • Mountable cradle
    • Magnetic head that will hold the light out against steel

     

    With the combination of features that this tool has, it is a good choice to have available in case of an emergency.

    I worked as an ambulance EMT volunteer and full time law enforcement officer for my entire career. I saw many times where an accident wedged the doors and windows shut. You probably have seen news reports and heard about the emergency crews using the Jaws of life to cut out trapped passengers. Many lives have been saved with this tool, unfortunately when there is a fire, or unique circumstances involved, you probably don't have time to wait for that crew to arrive. A Jammed window is amazingly hard to open, or break, but they are no match for these tools and often that is all that is needed to escape.

    I always carry a seat belt cutters and glass breaking tools with me in case of an emergency. And they have been used a number of times to help people escape and not just in automobile accidents. This tool will work just as well from inside any vehicle or home when you are your only way out.

    We only have a limited number of this important tool left. You can find them here until we run out of stock.

    Be safe out there

     

     

     

     

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