EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight Launches on Kickstarter



Firefighter’s Multi-Function Safety Invention, The EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight Launches on Kickstarter

WESTWOOD, New Jersey, 2017-Jul-10 — /EPR Network/ — A firefighter with over 20 years’ experience launched a safety tool on crowd-funding site Kickstarter that can literally be a lifesaver for first responders and the public in their vehicle, their home, or at work. Starting from $59.95 for the early adopter special, the EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight is an innovative safety tool that functions as an LED warning beacon, focused LED flashlight, focused LED emergency strobe, LED work light, and LED lantern.

Kickstarter Campaign Link: http://kck.st/2tQtEyj

DN Safety Products hopes to raise $15,000 to bring a unique safety tool that saves lives to market

“Over the years, I’ve responded to accident and fire scenes where I was nearly struck by passing vehicles,” explains firefighter/inventor Danny Vartan. “I also lost a friend who operated a tow truck. A car coming around a curve struck the car he was hooking up, pinning him between the car and his tow truck. That is why I created the EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight; I knew there was a safer way to protect both first responders and the public when stopped on the road, at fire scenes, and other emergencies around the house.”

Safer than Strike Flares:

First responders traditionally use incendiary strike flares at emergency scenes. But Vartan notes that strike flares can many times be dangerous and even obscure the very area they are supposed to protect.

“Strike flares emit dangerous flames – and are a safety hazard when flammable liquids and vapors are present. Flares also give off sparks, and noxious/choking smoke that can hide the very scene they’re trying to protect,” notes Vartan. “The longest burning strike flare lasts only 30 minutes. What do you do once it burns out and help has not yet arrived – as in the case of bad weather with many accidents? Also, many people are uncomfortable lighting a strike flare. That’s why I created the EMERGI-SAFE ™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight: to provide a safer way to help protect first responders and the public when they are on the roadway at a vehicle accident, fire scene, or stranded along the roadway.”


  • Eco-Friendly: uses LEDs; no toxic smoke, flames, sparks, or toxic residue
  • 12 Inches Tall; provides greater visibility over longer distances and during heavy rain or snow
  • Built Tough: High impact polycarbonate lens, body, battery cap, and included traffic cone ring
  • Energy Efficient: LEDs provide 60+ hours of effective operation one set of batteries
  • Multiple Flash Patterns: fast flash, steady-on, slow flash, rotating flash, and double flash
  • Bright Focused Flashlight: 3-watt LED with parabolic reflector shines a focused beam 60+ feet
  • Highly Water Resistant: o-ring technology provides full operation – even when under water
  • Lifetime Warranty: all parts are guaranteed against manufacturer’s defects


About Danny Vartan/DN Safety Products, Inc.

Danny Vartan is a firefighter with the Westwood, NJ Fire Department. He is also the Inventor of the EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight. Vartan spent the better part of his adult life answering emergency calls in Northern New Jersey, and knows firsthand what it’s like to have cars whizzing past him at all sorts of emergencies along busy roadways.

Those experiences – along with stories of colleagues’ close calls with passing motorists over the years prompted him to invent an innovative LED-based safety lighting product: the EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight.

Vartan started DN Safety Products, Inc. to bring to market the EMERGI-SAFE™ 5-in-1 Emergency Flashlight, a multi-purpose, easy to use, all-in-one solution to provide maximum safety in the most dangerous environments for first responders and civilians alike: the roadways of the United States and beyond!

Website: http://emergisafe.com/

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/emergisafe/

Kickstarter Page: http://kck.st/2tQtEyj

Twitter: @SafetyDN




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