Swiss+Tech BodyGard XL7 Auto Multi-Tool

Nov 24, 2014

Category: Gear

As millions of us go over the river and through the woods this week, the risk of a turkey coma hitting us hard on the drive back from grandma’s house remains all too real. Be prepared for any auto emergency with the Swiss+Tech BodyGard XL7.

This 7-in-1 multi-tool contains a bevy of potentially life-saving items. You get an automatic glass breaker, seat belt cutter, tire pressure gauge, LED flashlight, emergency flasher, sonic alarm, and tire tread depth indicator, all in one tidy package that attaches to your key ring. Despite its small size, this is rugged stuff: the glass breaker is a spring-loaded, high-carbon steel pin designed to break automobile glass when pressed flush against the surface. Convenience is also central to the device, as the seat belt cutter blade is housed securely within the casing to prevent accidental or intentional cutting. [Purchase]

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