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The Auto Survival Kit

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NEW YORK--Nov. 15, 2013: StatGear, the manufacturing company started by a NY City Paramedic, has done it again! Their newest product, due out early December, is a complete Auto Survival Kit featuring their top-selling T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool. The unique patent-pending design of the Auto Survival Kit enables the entire kit to be secured to the passenger side sun visor. The Auto Survival Kit is made of a stylish yet durable EVA foam and is stuffed with commonly used first aid and survival supplies ranging from standard gauze pads to tweezers for splinter removal. There is a separate side pocket for the T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool for ease of access during an emergency situation. Designed by a paramedic, the T3 is 6.4 ounces of matte black get-down-to-business. Whether you're a first responder who needs to get into a vehicle or a victim who needs to get out, the T3 is the best friend you could hope for. After an accident, when car doors and windows are jammed, the spring-loaded window punch makes short work of safety glass. The steel hook blade cuts through seat belts like butter. The built-in LED-light is there at your fingertips when seeing is critical to getting the job done. And the 440C half-serrated steel blade is perfect for any other cutting needs. While the tool was designed for use by first responders, Avi Goldstein, President of StatGear, also considered the needs of self-rescue. "There are emergency hammers designed to break out a window, but inside a car after an accident there's no room to swing a hammer. The T3's spring-driven window punch works by simply being pressed against the window. The same is true for the hook blade, which can cut through seatbelt webbing in tight spaces with one pull."

The Auto Survival Kit by StatGear will sell for $64.99 and is available for pre-order on the web at Stat Gear Tools and will be available early December with enough time for ordered units to arrive in time for the Holidays.

StatGear was created in 2010 by a practicing New York City paramedic to develop and manufacture innovative tools for the medical and rescue industries. The company has several patents pending for their innovative products and currently distributes their products to over 12 countries.