I love looking at the products on the market that are available for keeping the home, and my family safe. The latest of these essential safety products that I came across is called the Saver Emergency Breath System.
The Saver Emergency Breath System is an essential home-safety device designed to prevent smoke inhalation and mobilize an individual in the event of a fire in order to escape safely. Saver filters chemical substances and removes carbon monoxide and toxic gases for up to 5 minutes. Saver is compact and simple to use and can be activated within 5 seconds.
The Saver gives you up to 5 minutes to be able to breath through the unit and get safely out of the house in case of fire.
Once you open the unit, it cannot be used again. So if you open it up to check it out or practice, then the unit is no longer able to be used. You will need to purchase another unit and keep it closed and ready, in case of the need to use it. I do suggest though, that if you have a Saver unit that you opened that you do not toss it away. Keep it around for practicing for the kids in the house. They need to know what they are doing with the Saver to get it working properly for them in a real emergency.
The Saver Emergency Breath System is a manageable size for adults and kids. To give you perspective on size of the Saver, here is my Little One holding it in relation to the size of her hands….she is 9 years old.
The Saver does have an expiry date which is visible on each unit. We just received our unit last week and the unit expires February 2021.
There are a number of bundles available for purchase with the Saver Emergency Breath System. Ideally, I would think that you need one Saver for each person in your household. I would place the Saver in a convenient and easy to find place close to the bed of every person. This way, if a fire was to occur in the house through the night, that each person is familiar with where their Saver is.
You can also register your Saver so that you receive information and updates.
The video I posted above shows you everything you need to know about the Saver.
The other thing that I recommend is that you mark your calendars as to when you need to replace the Savers based on their expiry date. If you can purchase one for every family member at the same time, then I would think that your expiry dates should match and be able to be replaced all at the same time in the future.
I also recommend that you have a flashlight by each of your Saver units. That way the person needing to access it can not only see to effectively use the unit, but has a light to aid them out of the house.
Practice, practice, practice your escape route and plan with your family. Make sure that your Saver is part of your practice plan so that in a time of need, everyone knows how to use it.
The Saver is a tiny device that could save the lives of you and your family. It is worth the investment and the peace of mind.
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