Seatbelt Light Doesn't Help Road Safety Concerns

This week must unofficially be the seatbelt gadgetry week. First we saw a newfangled seatbelt for the pregnant ladies and now we have a seatbelt light. There's not much explaining needed for this gadget — it's a light, that attaches to the seatbelt. We wonder how the manufacturer of this device can sleep at night knowing its product is risking the lives of hundreds of drivers daily. Using a seatbelt light obviously means the eyes are somewhere else than the road, therefore causing a great safety risk.

The real purpose is probably for the passenger to use and not distract the driver with the bright and annoying dome lights, but we're negative nancies around these parts so we generally try to bring out the worst in every product. The Seatbelt light is sold in packs of two for $15. [Product Page via CG]