One of the worst sounds in the world is the sputtering of the vehicle engine. When you need to leave the house immediately and the engine is not humming happily your heart sinks… you are alone too. Sure- you can call a friend to give your vehicle a jump, but that will easily take over thirty minutes to get back on the road. As a mom it is such a chore to get all the kids in the car and then to unload them while you wait for your rescuer. Today I’m sharing with you a product that has literally saved my bacon plenty of times and helped me get back on the road within minutes. Introducing- Beat it- the Emergency Car battery.
I don’t know a whole lot about cars- thank heavens my husband likes to talk cars with the mechanics. But what I can say is- I appreciate devices that make my life easier. My father gave me this Beat It device at Christmas and I placed it in my car and forgot about it. Nearly three months later- my van battery wouldn’t turn over. I pulled out the handy-dandy Beat It and literally followed the four easy steps.
Beat It jump started my van in seconds and we made it on time to my doctors appointment on time! Once I was back safe and sound at home I started looking into the wonders of this little device. Not only does Beat It jump start the van, but it has plenty of other features. Beat It- jump starts a vehicle in seconds, up to thirty times, there’s a LED flashlight with seven light modes. The Beat It is light and compact to fit inside a glove box, has a double USB charger enabling seven smart phone recharges.
In an emergency the Beat It is designed to work in any extreme weather, has eleven days of power and many other features. I was thankful for the Beat It when my husband’s battery was dead last week. You bet the Beat It came to the rescue once again. Grateful I have this device in my van for emergencies and now I have a peace of mind.
If you like to prepare for emergencies and the peace of mind that comes with perpardness- look into the Beat It. I am grateful for the gift that may be forgotten in my van most of the time, but I am always prepared to make it to our appointments on time.
Praying your emergencies are mild and that you find yourself prepared,
What item do you have in your preparedness kit that you can’t live without?
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