NEW YORK, July 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- StatGear, a leading manufacturer of life saving tools, invents a visor mounted device that is made to break automotive glass windows in seconds. The SuperVizor enables those trapped in cars to be saved quickly when seconds matter.
By-standers and concerned citizens can rescue infants, children, animals and injured people from vehicles quickly and easily with the SuperVizor tool. Whether it be an accident where the person is trapped, or a child or animal left unattended in the heat, this life saving tool allows you to break the glass window and cut seat belts.
The patent-pending SuperVizor is a solid piece of 440 gauge stainless steel with a super sharp hook blade used for cutting a seatbelt and an attached carbide tip designed to break a window in seconds. The heavy duty, yet low profile, sheath easily attaches to any car visor, keeping it readily available when needed.
"A tool that is strong enough to break glass and cut through seat belts, and is easily accessible is vital during a rescue," said New York City paramedic and CEO Avi Goldstein. "When I saw the video of the woman using different objects to try to break the window of a car where a child was suffering inside," said Goldstein, "This is exactly why we invented the SuperVizor."
YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDmx8Tc95lo&feature=youtu.be
CONTACT: For more information, please contact CEO and President of StatGear, Avi Goldstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 1-718-551-1815.
MEDIA CONTACT: To arrange interviews with company spokesperson, please contact Audra Hamlin by Email or by phone 1-630-333-5016.
Through its leading life saving inventions, StatGear provides life saving tools and is a major supplier to the Rescue/Survival industries.
For more information about the company, visit http://www.statgeartools.com
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