The FOOT LONG handheld ELF flashing safety baton is an excellent tool for emergency situations.

The FOOT LONG handheld ELF flashing safety baton is an excellent tool for emergency situations. from Emergency LED Safety Beacons: Secure-Aware

By: Emergency LED Safety Beacons: Secure-Aware  16-Aug-2012
Keywords: Safety Equipment, Safety Products, Family Safety Products

The FOOT LONG handheld ELF flashing safety baton is an excellent tool for emergency situations. You can hold it in your hand and use it to direct traffic, to signal for help or you can place it on the ground to identify road hazards or mark detours. It is ideal for identifying relay exchange points, turnaround points, aid stations etc. You can stand it upright on the ground and use it in place of a cone. It is far more effective than a witch's hat because the flashing light makes it visible from 2km away. The FOOT LONG ELF has a hook which allows you to hang it on your belt or attach it to a cone. It doubles up as a very effective torch. Buy one for your camping, hiking and beach holidays, and you'll not only be prepared for emergencies but you'll never have to fumble around in the dark again. At only $66, it is a must-have holiday accessory. The FOOT LONG ELF comes in two types of light: amber and white light. Both colours are highly visible. It is approved for use in personal vehicles as well as in the aviation, trucking, marine and public safety markets. * Visit http://www.led_flare.com.au for more information or to order. ELF LED-Flare Type-3 Specifications: -Weight: 400 grams each -5x LEDs visible up to two kilometres -Waterproof to 15 metres -Crush proof, ROBUST design -Corrosion proof (floats in sea water, just needs a rinse in fresh water); -High strength magnets attach to ferrous metal surfaces -Rechargeable battery is included, does not need to be replaced -Five selectable flash patterns including the international S-O-S Morse Code -Includes 220Volt Australian AC/DC wall charger, 12V car charger, USB PC charger Available from S-A-S Contact: Graham Russell.

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