Non-toxic emergency flare for travelers: and more.
Know anyone besides police who actually carry incendiary emergency flares?Â Those fearsome flamers have one common use: diverting motorists from your misfortune. I always felt that carrying and deploying the flares is a jobÂ for police and fire service: until this mind-changing design arrived "on the scene". TreeHuggers may appreciate the alternative of FlareAlert(TM) (http://www.flarealert.com/), a battery-operated, 12-LED, electronic safety flare for the car and more.Feature list from FlareAlert press release:
FlareAlert is advertised in red version now.Â Blue, green, yellow and white versions are supposed to be available later this year.
Now about the more part. Â Ever have a visitor try to find your house on a darkened street, only to find yourself directing their every move by cell phone. One of these on the mailbox will do nicely.Â I especially like the double duty aspect.Â Keeping this in the glove compartment makes for an emergency flashlight if someone drops a key for example.
by: John Laumer