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RAC Emergency Multi Tool, £6.71 free delivery@ Eurocarparts

£6.71 @ Euro Car Parts
Excellent little multi tool to keep in the car for emergencies. Includes digital tyre gauge, torch, emergency seat belt cutter and windscreen hammer. Using the discount code - WEEKEND30, you c… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Excellent little multi tool to keep in the car for emergencies.

Includes digital tyre gauge, torch, emergency seat belt cutter and windscreen hammer.

Using the discount code - WEEKEND30, you can click & collect (reserved for 2 days) or get free delivery for £6.71. TCB is 4% or 25p for c&c.

Discount still working.

Probably
Not suitable for laminated windscreens.
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4 Likes #1
I understand the Emergency benefits of the belt cutter and hammer, but I can't think of a situation when an emergency has arisen and I've needed to accurately check the tyre pressure in a hurry (_;) I think that part of it is "handy"!
Heat from me.
#2
a must have if you go into a river and the doors auto lock when they short out

smash a window or sunroof and get out
2 Likes #3
psmith1958
a must have if you go into a river and the doors auto lock when they short out
smash a window or sunroof and get out
Just don't keep it in the lockable glove compartment.
#4
woldranger
I understand the Emergency benefits of the belt cutter and hammer, but I can't think of a situation when an emergency has arisen and I've needed to accurately check the tyre pressure in a hurry (_;) I think that part of it is "handy"!
Heat from me.


Should be checking tyre pressure regularly . so no need to go down to garage which no longer free to check. so saves money and time.
#5
Heat from me, looks like the seat belt cutter could open my 'emergency' beer;)
#6
Where does it say not suitable for laminated windscreens as I don't think they have used anything else but those since about 1980.

Edit: side windows are not usually laminated. I see your point now.

Edited By: gr1340 on Feb 05, 2017 19:25: Just checked
#7
Heat added, thank you
1 Like #8
Without wanting to piddle on your chips these (minus tyre pressure) are in the pound shops. Nice if you want all in 1 I suppose
1 Like #9
Worth getting a fire extinguisher as well.
2 Likes #10
" a must have if you go into a river and the doors auto lock when they short out smash a window or sunroof and get out"

can't remember the last time this might have happened to me, but just in case I have bought the wife and kids life jackets, and a flare gun which came cheap with the life raft.
1 Like #11
just imagine yourself inside your car sinking on the ocean and you tried to get out then think "oh sh**, wish I had bought the emergency multi tool posted on hukd yesterday" :):):)
1 Like #12
endothecat
Worth getting a fire extinguisher as well.
You won't need one of those if you drive into the river.
#13
Lol
#14
dm79
Without wanting to piddle on your chips these (minus tyre pressure) are in the pound shops. Nice if you want all in 1 I suppose


And you risk your lives on a £1 tyre pressure gauge? I wouldn't skimp on a decent one which has probably been calibrated better
#15
dm79
Without wanting to piddle on your chips these (minus tyre pressure) are in the pound shops. Nice if you want all in 1 I suppose

I've read reviews about cheaper ones not smashing windows in emergencies....I guess by that point it's too late to find out if any of them work really, but I'd rather feel like I have an option if the worst ever happens. The torch and gauge are handy enough for the price for me anyhow.
#16
Oblix68
" a must have if you go into a river and the doors auto lock when they short out smash a window or sunroof and get out"

can't remember the last time this might have happened to me, but just in case I have bought the wife and kids life jackets, and a flare gun which came cheap with the life raft.


Not very funny.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/35858528?client=safari
#17
Master.G
endothecat
Worth getting a fire extinguisher as well.
You won't need one of those if you drive into the river.


Uhm I'd use the fire extinguisher to propel me to the surface. But also in other situations, like fires involving cars.
2 Likes #18
If you need to smash a window to get out in an emergency, you can also remove the headrest and use the metal part ;)
1 Like #19
realtek
dm79
Without wanting to piddle on your chips these (minus tyre pressure) are in the pound shops. Nice if you want all in 1 I suppose
And you risk your lives on a £1 tyre pressure gauge? I wouldn't skimp on a decent one which has probably been calibrated better
read what he said again

he said these are available in pound shops but they don't include a tyre pressure gauge
#20
VeedubyaGTi
If you need to smash a window to get out in an emergency, you can also remove the headrest and use the metal part ;)


but but but. ...that one is free. where is the fun in that?
#21
Well - the 'Get Deal' link goes to an irrelevant section on ECP's site and I've searched on every conceivable word(s), but this item just isn't there :(
Does anyone have a direct link or Product Code? I have a feeling this has expired...
#22
Did anyone recieved it yet?
1 Like #23
horizon-in
Did anyone recieved it yet?


emailed them regarding it cos never received the usual dhl texts.
had send 2 emails cos first they said there was error and for some reason my order was on hold on the system and was going to sort it.
now week later they saying will be here on 28th been a delay with special supplier.
I ordered on 5th
#24
horizon-in
Did anyone recieved it yet?

nope - con
#25
I emailed them last week, and received it on Monday

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