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Tools, automobiles, safety Advertise with little hero The original fire extinguishing spray from Kleiner Brandmeister is ideal as a promotional gift. The flaming red extinguishing aid looks absolutely stunning and is highly effective to boot. Whether at home, in the car or at the office, in the garage or workshop – the little hero is at hand in an emergency and reliably extinguishes incipient fires of classes A, B and F. This rationally and emotionally convincing brand ambassador will leave a lasting impression with the recipient for several years. 58 GmbH tm2od Safety first The safety straps and shoe clips from Lumitoys GmbH help provide optimum safety for those who are travelling in the dark. Thanks to super bright LEDs in two different flash modes, they draw attention to joggers, cyclists and pedestrians. Secure, easy attachment using either Velcro or simple fastening combined with a long lighting duration, replaceable battery and naturally splash protection are the quality features that apply to the incredible safety products from Lumitoys (collars, leashes and chest harnesses). PSI Journal 11/2016 www.psi-network.de https://www.psiproductfinder.de/mdm5zm Magnetic helper The so-called Magneter from Reidinger offers a practical benefit in addition to the normal function of a folding rule: the magnetic end easily enables screws and small parts that are lying around in the workshop to be picked up. With an individual imprint, the magnetic folding rule is the perfect advertising medium. Useful and unusual, two aspects that ensure a sustainable and distinctive advertising image not only among tradesmen.

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