Like most in-car escape tools, it pairs a seatbelt cutter with a glass breaker, giving you a reliable way to overcome stuck doors and jammed seatbelts. Unlike them, it’s designed to always be plugged to the car’s cigarette lighter outlet, ensuring you don’t have to dig inside your pockets, reach for a bag in the backseat, or try to get to the glove compartment to get access to your rig.



The Ztylus Stinger USB Emergency Tool comes with two 2.4-ampere USB ports, so you can charge a pair of gadgets at the same time, while an integrated intelligent circuit design ensures it protects against short circuits, over-heating, and over-charging. A spring-loaded punch head allows you to quickly break car windows to give yourself a viable escape route, while the integrated blade boasts enough sharpness to cut through 5000-pound towing straps with ease.



Available now, the Ztylus Stinger USB Emergency Tool is priced at $21.95.

According to coolthings