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REESE Towpower adds roadside warning device

REESE Towpower adds roadside warning device

SOLON, Ohio – REESE Towpower has designed the POD HAZARD LED roadside warning and work light device. The LED warning solution works well for motorists who stop their vehicle near passing motorists during a roadside emergency. It is also a convenient work light for any possible situation. The bright LED warning lights provide 360-degree light projection that is visible to oncoming motorists up to ¼ mile away.

“Awareness is the first step in safety for any roadside situation,’’ said Eric Yukich, senior director of product marketing and strategic growth. “With POD HAZARD, motorists have a safe and convenient roadside warning system that notifies oncoming motorists and helps keep their vehicle and passengers safe in those stressful situations.”

Constructed of all-weather, shatter-resistant polymer, the POD fits in the palm of the hand; it’s perfectly sized for the vehicle’s glove box when emergencies arise. It’s powered with three alkaline-type AAA batteries, which provide up to three hours of illumination (high beam), and up to 36 hours in warning mode. The twist-on base allows quick battery replacement and weather resistance.

POD HAZARD (P/N PD110200) is merchandised as a two-pack, and offers two work light modes (high beam and low beam), as well as seven different warning illumination modes, including SOS rescue mode. An integrated 5-in-1 mounting option includes a dual-use swivel hook, magnetic base, permanent base and picture-frame style.

Source: REESE Towpower press release

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