StatGear T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool

StatGear T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool

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Featured in Men’s Health Magazine and on Entrepreneur.com, the StatGear T3 is an emergency tool that could save your life in a pinch. Designed by a New York City paramedic, it’s built with a spring-loaded steel tip to punch through a window Read More

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OneLove
2949
Jan 15, 2019
Throw this is your carry on and totally blow TSAs mind.
OneLove
2949
Jan 15, 2019
I want to hold it and say "pew pew".
Benzo
369
Dec 11, 2018
BUD-K called guys... they want their knife back...
MarkBeee
10
Dec 13, 2018
🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
lassetjus
353
Aug 24, 2018
Beat the estimated ship date by more than 2.5 weeks
GunsOfBrixton
890
Aug 17, 2018
This thing looks like it could be could be one of the monsters on Pacific Rim.
lassetjus
353
Aug 16, 2018
Going for $36.70 on Amazon, $22.99 on Massdrop. Over on Amazon, 4.5 stars over 258 customer reviews. People seem to like it very much. Seriously considering joining this drop.
sadiq
369
Aug 16, 2018
The hero we need
IDLH_173
6
Jun 26, 2018
As a first resp./ firefighter, I see stuff like this for sale all the time. It's always "designed by a ... (insert veteran leo, paramedic or fire fighter)". Tools like this can be real handy to keep in a turnout pocket or a jump bag, but I would like to know if I'm going to use it a couple times and pitch it because it's busted? Or is it going to stand up to some use and last a while? I don't mind paying for quality and I'm also used to buying equipment I know I'll need to replace regularly. I just like to know which of those scenarios is the case before I put money down.
Omniseed
1969
Jun 28, 2018
It's handy, but honestly something like the Benchmade Triage or the Spyderco Assist seem to be just about unbeatable for a rescue knife. That and maybe one of those little spring loaded punches for consistent glass breaking, using the knife's carbide striker if the punch fails.
glennac
1361
Jun 18, 2019
This appears to be more a novelty than anything that would be taken more seriously. This is the knife a 16 year old pulls out to impress his friends between classes.
zypherion
202
Jun 26, 2018
Whats with all the el-cheapo tacticool stuff I've been seeing lately?
Not really a big deal, I mean tacticool sells...
Kavik
5495
Apr 2, 2018
"Overall, the tool measures just 5 inches long, allowing you to comfortably carry it on the go or store it in the glove box."
Can i just say..... People storing vehicle escape tools in the glove box is one of my pet peeves. I yell at my dad for this all the time lol If your belt is jammed and you need to cut it to get out, how do you reach it in the glove box??
If you're going to keep something like this in the car, find a place to store it within arms reach and where it won't go flying in an accident. Like velcroing it to the front or side of your seat
AUTigerFan
146
Jun 26, 2018
Good point re accessibility of the tool. StatGear sells a combo window punch/seatbelt cutter with a visor mount ("SuperVizor") for $9.99 at https://www.amazon.com/StatGear-99415-SuperVizor-Escape-Sheath/dp/B00WZXHB52
1sgkelly
10
Apr 1, 2018
  • Blade length: 3.25 in (8.3 cm)
  • Complete tool length: 5 in (12.7 cm)
  • Doesn't add up
1sgkelly
10
Apr 4, 2018
I was thinking the measurements were with the blade open. I think they were saying with the blade closed.
Jatbatman
0
Mar 21, 2019
Because that would mean the blade protrudes from the end of the handle when it's closed.
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