"Laser" safety lights each with super
bright LEDs run by (2) "AA" batteries that you supply. It's square and
has a flashing or steady LED lamp visible up to 2500 feet (distance may
be exaggerated). A 2" x 2-1/2" red plastic reflecting lens covers (3)
lamps. Hook it on your belt or pack with the belt clip, use the included
elastic strap for arm or leg mounting, or the included aluminum flange
to attach it to your bike.. It's great for general use as a warning
device or as an emergency signal for roadside breakdowns.
It's a five-in-one, tubular, stainless steel survival tool. Measures approx 6-1/2" long and looks like a pen or penlight clipped to your pocket, but it unscrews into a tiny compass, a 3/8" dia punch, a 1-1/2" long flint, a 1-1/2" long striker and a small whistle. Don't go on Survivor without it. NB: the compass must be unscrewed and off for accuracy. In black stainless steel.
This well-made plastic siren/whistle, a touch over 3/4" in diameter and a similar touch under 2" long, has a perforated metal disk that rotates in response to a silent blast from the perpetrator's lungs. This creates a high-pitched, loud and certainly distinctive siren-sound that picks up pitch in relation to the air velocity, sustains it as long as your wind holds out, and winds down quickly thereafter. A fine way to signal your arrival or departure. Probably not loud enough to collect the clan at the beach, but loud enough to get their attention in the classroom! The size makes it hard, but not impossible, to swallow, so please use care in teaching youngsters to sound like a miniature air raid siren.
More reliable than your mother, and much smaller, the Med Reminder is a 2-3/8” x 1-3/4” x 5/8” thick alarm that can be set to beep up to six times a day (not quite as often as most mothers, but probably plenty, meds-wise). Comes with (2) replaceable button-cell batteries. Has a little carrying case and a slot to hang it from a cord or keychain.
Even as we speak, there are nefarious techno-thieves on the streets ready to read the personal data on the RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) chips in your wallet. Foil them, we say, foil them with these RFID shields. You pick either the 6-1/4" x 2-3/4" sheet to slip into your wallet and fold around your cards, IDs and passes, or the 3-pack of credit-card sized sleeves, 3-1/2" x 2-1/4". Or both. Made in the USA.
Someday when you're lost in the woods, you'll be very, very glad you ordered this compact survival kit. It's the classic camp director's whistle, raised to new heights. The 4-1/2" x 1-1/8" dia orange-plastic treasure hangs around your neck on a yellow nylon cord. On one end, the whistle. On the other, a compass. Unscrew the compass, and it reverses to a signal mirror, and reveals a 2-1/2" deep waterproof compartment for aspirin or medicinal brandy - or for the matches you're going to strike against the 3/4" long sparker. No, it's not overkill for a teacher to wear it on the playground. 'S cool.
This 3 Watt LED light is a mighty mite. Just under 3-1/2" long x 1" dia, you slide the sleeve and the beam zooms from a flood to a don't-stare-into-this focused spot. In black or gun metal anodized aluminum, it's waterproof and shockproof with a latching button switch and a pocket clip. Depress the button halfway when it's on and it goes into a rapid-flash mode for emergency signaling. Visible for 200 meters. Five hour life with the included 1-"AA" battery and a 110K+ hour bulb life.
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