The Detachable Handle Light Makes for a Safer and Calmer Train Evacuation

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Sep 16, 2009 • References: yankodesign
It can be kind of scary when a train or subway stops in its tracks and all the power shuts off. It can be even more scary when you have to walk through the pitch black tunnel with no light until you find an exit.

The Handle Light is a revolutionary subway tool that creates a calmer and cooler atmosphere for such situations. The Handle Light begins as the hanging hooks that passengers hold on to for standing support. Upon power failure, the Handle Light can be detached from the pole and used as a flashlight for safer exit.

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