PLUSES: Prevents people injuring themselves if they have to break the glass

MINUSES: Could attract vandals no longer afraid of cutting themselves

VERDICT: An innovative product with real benefits for public and emergency services alike

COSTS: Depends on quantity and application but can work out cheaper in cases where toughened glass is used, for instance on buses for window-breaking hammers

Contact: Avril McNeill, Marketing Manager

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