Nutech FlashLiteWatch

 

 
 
 

Fran Hildwine, BS, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P | | Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Every EMS worker should wear a watch with a sweep-second hand and carry some sort of light at all times while on duty. The newFlashLiteWatch fromNutech incorporates a high-quality LED flashlight and dial light system into a wristwatch, making it a perfect tool for emergency personnel who work in dark environments. Now when you need to find the keys you just dropped or navigate a dark stairwell, you donÌt have to run out to your vehicle to fetch a flashlight. It can also be used to check a patientÌs pupillary reaction. But this flashlight, activated by a separate button, wonÌt drain the battery life, because itÌs timed to go off automatically after seven seconds. The inexpensive FlashLiteWatch has separate, user-replaceable batteries for the watch and light function.

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Colors: Black, silver

Price: $40

www.neutrano.com

800/668-6392




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