This tiny tool can save your life. Or the life of someone you've sworn to protect.
A versatile little life-saver from Task Force Tips. resqueme was designed to be used by public safety officers, on duty and off. In fact, this inexpensive, lightweight keychain-size tool delivers performance comparable to many full-size extrication tools. With its integrated, stainless steel window punch and razor sharp cutter blade, the resqueme can quickly break out windows and slice through seat belts—allowing you, or someone you care about, to escape from an overturned, submerged, or otherwise disabled vehicle.
- Cuts seat belts in seconds
- Breaks side windows in a snap
- Small, ultra-light, easy to carry almost anywhere
- Easy to use by first responders or civilians alike
- Made in U.S.A
For personal safety. resqueme can be attached to your car keys or any place in your vehicle that’s visible and easy to reach in an emergency. It can be removed from its attachment point simply by pulling the tool away from the clip. There’s no need to take the keys out of the ignition or unthread the device from a key ring. Just pull. And because pulling the device away from the clip also exposes the seat belt cutter, the resqueme is instantly ready for use.
For first responders…or the first person you think of. Heavy “rescue” knives, multi-tools, and specialized extrication tool kits may work, but at less than 3” long, ½” thick, and only 0.6 oz., the tough little resqueme can literally beat larger, more cumbersome tools to the punch. Firefighters and first responders of all kinds get it—this exceptional tool does the job. And it can be carried just about anywhere. No wonder the resqueme™ has quickly become a must-have personal tool for police officers, SWAT teams, paramedics and firefighters all around the world.
Police Officers, Firefighters, EMTs—Where can you carry resqueme?
Length: 2-3/8" (3" with clip)
Weight: 0.6 oz
*This tool will NOT break windshields or other windows made of LAMINATED glass. Some vehicles have laminated side windows. On these vehicles the resqueme will still function on the rear window.