Lumenyte ESD

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posted on January 19, 2012
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Sometimes, the best stuff at SHOT doesn't come from the usual suspects. We had the good fortune to stop by a booth hidden in the dank recesses of the Sands Convention Center. Lumenyte Security Systems has a new device that should be in every car. This is not an exaggeration. If you own a vehicle, you simply must have Lumenyte's Emergency Singnaling Device.

Made from a very, very durable polymer, the unit is virtually indestructible. It can be run over by an M1 Abrams tank without breaking. Two, bright, flashing red lights will stay on for 23 days powered by two standard AA batteries, so unlike a road flare, you only need to buy one or two of these units, ever.

At an MSRP of just $20, the ESD is a no-brainer for safety. We can't wait to order some for ourselves.

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