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The Gurapika Warning Device Sounds Off as a Precautionary Method

 - Feb 9, 2013
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Japan has had its fair share of natural devastations like earthquakes, and that's why these earthquake-warning flashlights are a wonderfully enhanced tool that warns people when potential danger is about to hit.

Called the Gurapika, this one-of-a-kind flashlight has a built-in radio transmitting feature that connects to the earthquake-warning alarm system in Japan, which alerts people when one of these natural disasters are to hit. The flashlight will then automatically sound off when the warning system in the country is in effect. This flashlight device is a great feature for homes around Japan, especially when people may not be able to necessarily hear the public alarm outside.

Flashlights are essential items to have when it comes to times of emergency and devastation, and this earthquake-warning flashlight will promptly prepare people for when these disasters hit.