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Resqme Keychain Car Emergency Tool


Resqme’s story started about 5 years ago in the US and since then, this innovative keychain rescue tool have been very successful.


There is a rising trend, worldwide, towards preventive safety measures and ResQMe is fast becoming the best alternative to existing safety hammers. Today many governments in the world have enforced some safety prevention by implementing safety tools to all the vehicles on the road as mandatory equipments; and Resqme will soon be as commonplace as safety triangles and vest!

The resqme tool was designed in 2003 after the introduction of the LifeHammer, an emergency escape tool. After identifying a need for a portable and compact version, the resqme tool was developed and is now proudly manufactured in the United States and distributed worldwide.

The resqme tool is a window-breaker and seat-belt-cutter--an emergency tool idea for the safety of any driver. In the event of an emergency and possible vehicle entrapment, the resqme tool holds a sharp blade to cut a jammed seatbelt and a spring-loaded spike to shatter the car window. Originally designed for emergency personnel, this car emergency tool is an ideal tool for any driver. Resqme Car Emergency Tool is small, lightweight, and still powerful. You can carry it on your keys so it is always within reach. It helps you in overcoming some unimaginable accidents like fire, flood etc.

Another perfect Resqme tool is ‘Alert Me.’ It is an anti-fatigue tool that automatically detects when you feel drowsy or sleepy. Resqme is a collection of all life saver tools that also include ‘Defend Me.’ It provides safety to women & the people living in an unsafe area. The women or the person in trouble just have to pull the lanyard looped to the half circle to activate the alarm.  

Future cannot be predicted so be prepare with the best car emergency tools in India. Your family will be prepared for the unexpected with the resqme tool "when seconds count…"