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    I don't own a car, but this seems like a great inexpensive car gadget.

    I was looking for neat auto gadgets for an ABC News spot I'm working when I came across this device. Amazon calls it a multifunctional 6 in 1 Car Phone Charger Adapter, Seat Belt Cutter, Window Breaker, LED Torch Flashlight, Red Flashing Warming Beacon and Portable Power Bank. It could be useful if you have to escape life-threatening situations like being trapped in a sinking, over-turned, or burning car when you can't release your seatbelt, or open a window to escape. The safeguarded sharp blade is recessed in the device to help prevent accidental injuries. A hidden pin in the charging tip acts as window breaker. Also built in the 2200 mAH rechargeable external power bank is a two level white light flashlight plus a red flashing beacon. The companys says this device has FCC, CE, & RoHS Certifications and Smart Charging with built-in safeguards protection, against excessive current, overheating and overcharging. The price $12.99 on 4/13/19. There are other devices on the Amazon page that look exactly like this one and they have the same description, but sell for a lot more. My guess is this is one of those giants bought overseas and then labeled by various buyers to sell online.


    Amazon: https://amzn.to/2UToH5D 

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