I received a LifeHammer Safety Hammer Evolution ($19.95 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.
Every summer, once school is out, there is an increase in the number of cars on the road. A recent survey by AAA found that there will be 10% more families taking 50+ mile road trips this summer than there was last year. And whether that is a result of families driving for a weekend at the lake, or friends taking day trips to the beach, when there are more cars on the road, there are more driving accidents.
In fact, every year in the U.S., 10,000 people are involved in water immersion accidents, with more than 400 people dying from getting trapped in their car. And when a car becomes submerged underwater, the car windows die within 30 seconds and the seatbelts will not release if the car is upside down.
Would you know what to do in this situation?
Enter the Lifehammer Evolution by Life Safety Products B.V – the industry-awarded, best-in-class car safety tool with an ultra-hard ceramic hammerhead. Easy to use by adults and children, the Lifehammer Evolution has the ability to both shatter a window, and comes with a safety guarded blade that can cut through a jammed seat belt.
But you may ask why do I need a Lifehammer Evolution? Because a person can never plan for the unexpected. With situations such as unpredictable weather and unsafe drivers, one must always be prepared for the unexpected (especially if you have kids in the car). And the Lifehammer Evolution is the best car safety tool & life-saving solution on the market.
Here’s a link to the demonstration video on how to the Lifehammer Evolution tool.
I received a LifeHammer (in the color orange as shown above, but there is also a graphite color it can come in) and also in the packaging came a clamp fastener (with an allen wrench to tighten) for the car door. This system can be mounted on the inside of the car door for easy access. The LifeHammer is lightweight and has a non-slip grip. This item also has an advanced seat belt cutter on the handle. These products seem to be a handy too to have on hand in case of an underwater auto emergency. Fortunately, I have not had the chance to use it as I don’t want to just shatter my car’s side and or rear window even though it states it easy and safe. Truthfully, I’m hoping I never have to use this tool, but like all insurance…it’s peace of mind just knowing you’re prepared for the unexpected.
For more information, please go to http://www.lifehammer.com/features_instructions.html
*Photos courtesy of LifeHammer