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Tools, automobiles, safety 80 PSI 41462 • Spranz GmbH Tel +49 261 984880 info@spranz.de • www.spranz.de https://www.psiproductfinder.de/zjqxnt Optimally prepared Spranz calls its Security ice scraper a world first that not only cuts a good figure with its sleek aluminium handle (perfect for laser engraving), but is also an invaluable aid in various situations. In winter, the ice-scraping function ensures good visibility and the Security brings added value in all seasons with the emergency hammer (windscreen breaker) and seatbelt cutter. The practical car tool is delivered in an attractive design cardboard box. Brilliant performance Whenever it comes to chic accessories such as ties and scarves, the Dutch specialist TailorTies comes into play. The product range of the long-standing company includes clip ties which not only look good, but also ensure personal safety. On request, promotional messages such as company logos can be applied on all products. PSI Journal 11/2016 www.psi-network.de Tel +49 681 95264020 info@pixika.de • www.pixika.de https://www.psiproductfinder.de/ngflmg Discreet and modest The product range of Pixika includes a universal phone holder. This is not only functionally appealing, it also fits discreetly and unassumingly into the car dashboard. The length is flexibly adjustable from 50 to 90 millimetres, which allows it to be adapted to most vehicle types. This universal phone holder can be attached to the air slot, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Advertising can be printed from just 100 units.

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