SABRE Emergency Eye Wash Adapter

The SABRE Emergency Eye Wash Adapter turns any  water bottle into an eye wash station.  The unique design was created to help Law Enforcement Officers and First Responders flush contaminants from their eyes.  Perfect for emergency kits, car glove compartments, EDC bags, first aid kits and more.

Emergency Eye Wash Adapter

How Does The SABRE Emergency Eye Wash Adapter Work

Three simple steps is all it takes to remove contaminants from the eye, including pepper spray.

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Insert SABRE Eye Wash Adapter into water bottle

Twist SABRE Eye Wash Adapter onto bottle to create a tight seal

Gently squeeze the bottle to create a water fountain helping flush contaminants from the eye

Because this device flushes your contaminants out of your eye with a double stream of water, you most likely are going to get a little wet.  Don’t worry.  You’ll dry.

Pro Tip: Our  Simple 72 Hour Kit and Checklists post will give you more valuable ideas on how to compile your own emergency kits.

Real Life Applications

I can remember my kids being little and getting ‘grit’ in their eyes. They simply couldn’t hold their eyes open for eye drops to relieve the discomfort, and blinking into a small cup was no better. Because the SABRE Emergency Eye Wash Adapter puts out two streams of water, it’s able to clean out the eyes faster and easier.

Every summer we face wild fires on the mountains surrounding our home. The smoke in the air makes our eyes tired and sore. Being able to flush our eyes out with a water bottle and Sabre Emergency Eye Wash Adapter provides relief from the debris filled air.

In Conclusion

The SABRE Emergency Eye Wash Adapter works best on water bottles made from harder plastic, NOT the thin plastic like many store brands of water bottles. It also works great on empty, well cleaned 16 ounce soda bottles.

Pro Tip: Store your adapter taped to a water bottle you know it will fit with.

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Tammy is a mom to 6 wonderful kids, including Parker, who came with an extra chromosome! She is passionate about special needs advocacy, living within her means, and preparing for an uncertain future. Tammy's main blog is Praying For Parker. Make sure to visit her there as well!

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