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This USB Car Charger Just Might Save Your Life

They say technology is suppose to make our lives easier, but what about saving our lives? That’s what this USB car charger from Ztylus Innovation is designed to do.

It’s called the Stinger Emergency Tool, and it’s a small device that is meant to perform a big job.

Getting someone out of a trapped vehicle.

The gadget can cut through a seat belt, has a spring-loaded glass breaker, and of course has two USB charging ports, because after all, it is a charger.

The safety tool was designed to be something that is always within arm’s reach of the driver.

“The problem with existing emergency tools is that after a while, you forget where it is,” reads the description found on the Ztylus website. “We found that many emergency tools become lost or are not within arm’s reach during an accident.”

Because of this, Ztylus aimed to create a safety tool that takes the shape and functionality of something every driver has plugged into their car’s cigarette lighter, a car charger.

Customer ratings are pretty positive. In fact, the only real complaint was the charger is a little more bulky than pictured, and some reviewers had an issue getting the charger to plug into the cigarette lighter in their car due to where it was located in their vehicle.

But having to sacrifice charging your phone to have a small and easy-to-use safety tool might seem like a fair trade for some.

The emergency tool can be found on multiple websites, including Amazon, for purchase. And what’s even better is the Stinger isn’t going to singe your wallet.

The Stinger Emergency Tool retails for $21.95 and is a great and affordable tool for every driver, new or experienced, to have in their vehicle.


Author: Amber Kahwaji

Amber is a SmartFem writer and correspondent who is currently working toward her degree in broadcast journalism from the Walter Cronkite school at ASU. She is fascinated by investigative journalism and documentary filmmaking.

Amber on the go: When Amber is not at the anchor desk for Cronkite News, or in front of the camera interviewing Scottsdale’s elite for SmartFem Entertainment, she can be found researching serial killers or binge watching HBO GO. A die-hard fan of films and old Hollywood, Amber loves to get lost in classic movies like Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Casablanca.

Trained in acting Amber’s passion is to be in front of the camera, sharing stories and taking viewers with her every step of the way.

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