- 2-in-1 emergency-escape tool provides a window hammer and seat-belt cutter
- Hard tungsten metal double-head hammer for quickly breaking a car-door window
- Sharp blade for easily cutting through a seat belt; bright-orange plastic handle provides a secure grip
- Designed to help escape from a sinking, over-turned, crashed, or burning car
- Protective bracket included for safe storage; store in center console or driver-side door pocket
- 1 Year limited warranty
- For customer service and warranty related queries please reach out to customer service at 1800-419-0416 (available Monday to Friday from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM except national holidays
|Product Dimensions||19.1 x 7.21 x 3.48 cm; 136.08 Grams|
|Item model number||SW-837|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SW-837|
|Item Weight||136 g|
Don’t get caught without an escape plan. The AmazonBasics Emergency Seat Belt Cutter and Window Hammer makes it easy to get out of your car in a hurry. The extremely useful handheld device includes a two-in-one design with an emergency window hammer on one end and a seat-belt cutter on the other end.
The emergency escape tool’s must-have safety components prove useful when needing to escape life-threatening situations like being trapped in a sinking, over-turned, or burning car. Offering ultimate peace of mind, the emergency escape tool makes a great gift idea for loved ones, and having more than one helps ensure you’re covered just in case (additional emergency escape tools sold separately).
If the power source goes out, electric windows won’t roll down. Easily break side car windows with the window hammer’s sharp dual pointed heads. Made of harder-than-steel tungsten metal, the two hammer heads offer reliable strength and fast results.
Plastic Handle and Bracket for Safe Storage
The emergency escape tool provides a sturdy plastic handle, which ensures a secure, comfortable hold. Even more, its bright-orange color makes it easy to quickly find and identify.
The included protective bracket keeps the sharp hammer heads and cutting blade safely stored. Simply press the emergency escape tool into the bracket when not in use. Be sure to keep the tool within reach (like in the center console or driver-side door pocket) so it’s easy to grab and use if needed.