Tuesday, December 23, 2014

*****Give - Away***** Safety



GIVE - AWAY
SWISS TECH
EMERGENCY HAMMER
 
Use the Swiss Tech Emergency Hammer when doors and windows fail to operate due to vehicle damage, fire, or submersion.  Use pointed end to break glass or use the flat end to aid in repairs.  Reflective triangle can be used to signal oncoming traffic. 

This device can be used to break glass, cut the seat belt, use as a hammer, reflector tape used for signaling for help, and has a protective cap. 

This tool is 5.25” x 3.0” x 0.8”, and weighs 4.4 ounces.

Would you like to win this prize??  If so, follow the instructions below.

Instructions
To enter the drawing, place a comment below in the comment section of this post.  Entries must be received by Thursday, January 1, 2015 by 11:59 PM. 

The drawing will be held Friday afternoon, January 2, 2015.  All names will be placed in a bowl, and a name will be pulled from the bowl Friday evening, January 2, 2015. 

If your name is picked as a winner, I will post your name on a winner notification post on my blog. You will have 4 business days to respond to me by e-mail. If there is no response, your entry will be null (void), and I will be required to pick another winner.

How To Enter
Your comment needs to be placed on this give-away page. 

In your own words tell me what type of safety features you’ve placed in your vehicle to protect your family in case of an emergency.

All entries must be made on the comment form of this post.  One entry per person.  

Good Luck Everyone!!!!

22 comments:

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    1. PP,

      Are you doing the hammer dance??
      You're name has been entered into the give-away, good luck!

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  2. Since I ride motorcycles...I have added a spring loaded ejection seat as my latest safety measure. I hope this qualifies me for entry in the giveaway....or not.

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    1. Warlock,

      Spring loaded ejection seat......I like that, lol!!!!!

      Yes, you're entered into the give-away......good luck!!!

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    1. Longtime Wife,

      Yes, it's a great little tool designed for our safety.
      You're entered in the give-away!

      Merry Christmas To You and Yours :-)

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  4. We have a bug out bag that travels with us as if it was the family dog! Everywhere we go!!! Merry Christmas.

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    1. Izzy,

      We all should have a bug out back that travels with us when we go any where.
      You've been entered into the give-away!

      Merry Christmas :-)

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  5. Oh please enter me Sandy.. Maybe this is my lucky time : )

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    1. JUGM,

      I've entered you in this give-away, good luck!!!

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  6. Wow, I've never even heard of anything like that, but it certainly sounds like a must-have for every vehicle!

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    1. Leigh,

      It's a great tool to have just in case you have an emergency in your vehicle. It's compact, and you can store it directly in your glove box for immediate access.
      I've entered your name in the give-away, good luck!!

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  7. Just wanted to wish you and your husband a happy holiday season. I hope it's one of the best ever.

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    1. Harry,

      Thank you, and Merry Christmas to you and your Sweet wife!
      I know it's going to be a very quiet, and relaxing holiday. Our last several Christmas' have been very stressful due to medical issues.

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  8. Living in MN we always carry a full tool box, plus emergency food and gear. I have never seen a tool such as this. Please enter me?

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    1. Cindy,

      Hi, you're living in MN.....it's nice in cold up there too!!! Good to hear you have tools, ER food, and gear. I've entered your name in the give-away, good luck!

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  9. We always have emergency repair tools, flares, etc. Also heavy clothing (we live in Minnie-soda, don't cha know), a little food (dried fruit and gorp), a couple of space blankets, and rain gear for both of us. When we've had a dog, we've always had an emergency leash along.

    A nice giveaway offer, Sandy. Please put my name in the hat and thanks.

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    1. Mama Pea,

      It's always good to have emergency repair tools, flares, clothing, food, blankets, rain gear, and even stuff for your animals if they travel with you any where. You live in COLD country, I would definitely carry emergency gear just in case you get stranded out in the snow, ice, and wind.

      Thanks Mama Pea!!! Your name has been entered in the give-away, good luck!

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  10. I always carry food, water,a way to make fire, tarp and blankets. And rope! It comes in handy all the time.

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    1. Deb,

      Yes, ropes come in handy!!!! You've been entered in the give-away, good luck!

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  11. Finally got a new tablet so I'm back on the internet! :) I keep a blanket, flashlight, extra batteries, radio, jumper cables and flashers and bottled water in my tool box.

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    1. Country Life,

      All great items to have in your vehicle for emergencies! You've been entered in the give-away, good luck.

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