Paramedic Designed Auto Rescue Tool is a Top Holiday Gift Pick!
NEW YORK, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Who doesn’t like feeling prepared for the unexpected emergency situations that may arise? The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool by StatGear was developed by a NY City Paramedic to provide you with an added feeling of security. The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool has a 440c stainless steel serrated blade, a seat belt cutting hook blade, a spring-loaded window punch and an LED light. Not sure how to keep this rescue tool handy? It comes with an attached pocket clip as well as a heavy duty sheath so you can carry it, wear it or stash it.
The product was developed by Avi Goldstein, President of StatGear. Avi reported, “We originally developed this tool to be used in the EMS setting by professionals but then figured that if it’s good enough to be used by the professionals, why not make it available to civilians who want to be prepared in the event of being involved in or witnessing an auto accident.”
The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool has received a lot of media attention since its release in July 2012 and is currently featured in the December Tech Guide of Men’s Health Magazine as a recommended gift idea. The T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool is modestly priced at $39.99 especially considering the included gadgetry and overall quality of the tool.
About the Company
StatGear was developed by Avi Goldstein, a practicing NY City paramedic with the intent of developing and manufacturing innovative tools and accessories for the pre-hospital, emergency setting. Since the company was established in 2010, several products have undergone the patenting and manufacturing process with more tools in the works. Avi reported, “I keep meeting people in the EMS world or civilians who tell me that they have some great new product ideas but have no idea how to get them patent protected, developed, manufactured and then out to market. I’m working on getting set up legally to open up my company to accept new product ideas in all markets for us to develop with licensing deals for the inventor.
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