MacTrast Deals: Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool

Posted in Accessories, Deals on 09/09/2017 by Chris Hauk

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The Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool acts as a iPhone charger until there’s an emergency, then it jumps into action with its seat belt cutter and spring loaded punch!

MacTrast Deals: Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool

Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool: You’ll Use This Emergency Tool As a Phone Charger Until Crisis Turns It Into a Hero – Just $19.95!

DESCRIPTION

Window breakers and seat belt cutters have become pretty standard fare on emergency tools considering the possibility of being in a car crash, but how do you keep track of a tool that you literally never use unless you’re in an accident? Here’s an idea, use it as your car charger. That’s exactly what this Ztylus innovation does, plugging right into your car’s outlet to charge your phone when you need it, or just be handy in case disaster strikes.

“Being prepared is always a good thing. Always. This [tool] looks just like any other car charger, but it has some special features that are life saving,” YouTuber JerryRigEverything

  • Spring loaded punch works easily & is plenty powerful to break a car window
  • Seat belt cutter can effectively cut through a 5000lb tow strap – just imagine how quick it can cut a seat belt
  • Dual USB port charger powers up your devices fast & protects against short circuiting, over-heating, over-currents, or over-charging

MacTrast Deals: Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool

SPECS

Details & Requirements

  • 2 port USB charger
  • Seat belt cutter
  • Spring-loaded glass breaker
  • Charger input: 12-24V
  • Charger output: 5V, 2.4A

 

Includes

  • Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool

Terms

  • All sales final

SHIPPING

  • Ships To US
  • Expected Delivery: Sep 14 – Sep 17

Ztylus Stinger Car Charger Emergency Tool: You’ll Use This Emergency Tool As a Phone Charger Until Crisis Turns It Into a Hero – Just $19.95!


Author

Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

He lives somewhere in the deep Southern part of America. Yes, he has to pump in both sunshine and the Internet.