Rescue Essentials QuikLitter XL

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Larger than the original QuikLitter™, the QuikLitter XL model provides 14 rugged handles, a 1000 lb capacity and two adjustable patient retention straps. It can be employed for everyday use as a soft stretcher, as a backboard lift assist, or as MCI emergency patient transport. The QuikLitter XL is constructed of heavy duty polypropylene webbing, and backed with a lightweight water-resistant non-woven material, laminated with a polyethylene backing for durability. This is an ideal RESCUE TASK FORCE Casualty Collection Device, and is small and light enough to store virtually anywhere or to include in every major trauma bag or emergency response vehicle. 

It is recommended to use at least four people to ensure safe transport and transfer, minimizing the chance of accident or injury. Not for use where spinal stability is an issue. Latex-Free.

*NOT A DRAG DEVICE. Designed for patient carry only.*

Dimensions: 80" H x 40" W (open)
Dimensions: 11" H x 8" W x 4" D (packaged)
Weight: 1.8 lbs
Capacity: 1000 lbs (453 kg)


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  • 5
    Works as both litter and carryall when attached to "deer carts."

    Posted by GhillieMan on 09 28 2020

    Use carabiners on the litter's handles to keep the litter taught and secured to deer cart and prevent fall through. Larger, quality deer carts with this litter attached will allow the operators (hunters, rescuers, etc.) to single-handedly haul out an injured person from the woods or rough terrain.

  • 5
    Might be the safest for responders moving bariatrics

    Posted by Doug Fritz on 08 13 2020

    We use these and the regular Quiklitter, but the XL is perfect for the big ones. Because it's flexible, it's easier on the back of the lifters- if the guys on the head lift up, it doesn't teeter-totter the guys down an the other end. And it's inexpensive. Our EMS partners have more expensive litters, but everyone prefers to use Quiklitters instead.

  • 5
    Exactly what I needed

    Posted by Tray on 07 22 2020


  • 4
    Rescue Essentials Quiklitter XL

    Posted by Donna Spink on 09 21 2018

    We try to have various types/pieces of litters for our EMS students to practice with when doing lifting/moving modules in EMS programs. We demonstrate and then will use them again during our MCI drills.

  • 5

    Posted by Mark H on 04 26 2018

    Perfect addition to our jobsite A-FAK's when needed to speed up EMS access to accident victims.

  • 4
    Good Purchase

    Posted by Beeville Fire Department on 03 12 2018

    These stretchers were just what we were looking for and the price was great. Good quality for the price.

  • 5
    Awesome transport carrier!

    Posted by Dan J. on 02 06 2018

    I tested this last night with my SAR team. It worked great. Having many handles allowed us to rotate carriers in and out without stopping. LOVE IT!

  • 5
    Extra capacity litter

    Posted by Duncan Seibert on 11 10 2017

    We haven't needed this size yet but have a few in neighborhood CERT caches just in case. The extra length makes it better than the standard for very tall people.

  • 5
    A quick litter when you need it.

    Posted by Herb on 04 27 2017

    I teach Tactical First Aid and BSA Wilderness First Aid. This is an excellent product that can be used and adapted to transport victims in critical situations .