resqhammer™ Ultimate Escape Hammer, Seatbelt Cutter / Window Breaker



What is resqhammer

This innovative and versatile emergency hammer features a sleek, modern design with a unique shape and knuckle guard.

The stainless steel hammer head easily breaks car side windows, and the razor-sharp blade cuts swiftly through jammed seat belts. Easy to install in your car with its mounting bracket, it can be attached to various locations inside your vehicle to ensure it will be within reach “When seconds count…”.

Ingeniously, the versatile resqhammer™ even allows you to snap in your resqme® tool for maximum protection during emergency situations.

Main features

Breaks car side windows • Cuts jammed safety belts Ergonomic design for a sturdy grip • Additional safety with knuckle protection • Snap-In the resqme® tool

Where to place product

resqhammer™ conveniently comes with a sturdy bracket which attaches to your car dashboard, console or side panels for quick accessibility.

Technical specifications


    6.5L x 3W x 0.75D (in.) | 16.50L x 7.60W x 1.90D (cm.)


    3.3oz | 95 gr


    Polypropylene plastic | Stainless Steel

Does the resqhammer tool work on all car windows?

The resqhammer˜ tool is effective only against clear and tinted tempered glass. Tempered glass is commonly used in rear and side car windows. The resqhammer˜ tool does NOT work on laminated glass. Laminated windows which are typically used for windshields can also be found on some car models. To check to see what your side windows are made of, locate the sticker on your side windows to see if it is designated as “Tempered” glass. If you are unable to locate the sticker or the information is not understandable, please call your car manufacturer. You can find a list of some vehicles equipped with laminated windows in the US at: This list is not comprehensive so we recommend contacting your car manufacturer directly.

How do I know the type of glass used in my car?

Most sunroofs and rear windows are tempered. To figure out what kind of glass is in the side window of your car, you can look in the bottom corner. There may be a label that says “tempered” or “laminated.” If not, roll down the window and look at it from a bird’s-eye view. If it’s smooth and looks like one piece, it’s tempered. If it looks like a sandwich with a ridge, it’s laminated.

Is the resqhammer reusable?

Yes. The spike can be used multiple times. The blade is very durable and can easily perform multiple seat belt cuts.

How can I test the resqhammer?

If you’re going to test the window breaker on a car glass window, be sure to wear safety gloves and goggles. Alternatively, you can test the window breaker on a hard surface like a notepad. You will see a small dent where the tip of the spike met the testing surface after contact with at least 12 lbs. of pressure. The seatbelt cutter blade is very sharp and will easily cut through seatbelts. Hold the seatbelt tape taut and pull the tool toward you, cutting it diagonally.

Can I take the resqhammer on the airplane in my carry-on?

The TSA has not evaluated the resqhammer tool nor listed it on the forbidden items list. Due to its size and design, it does not show up in X-rays. However, considering it contains a blade, we recommend you pack the resqhammer tool in your checked luggage to avoid the risk of confiscation.




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