Emergency litters are a critical tool in active shooter and TEMS response. The Rescue Essentials QuikLitter™ is the lowest-cost disposable emergency litter available. It features ten large hand-holds, four on each side and one each at the head and foot, allowing for easy patient handling. With a load capacity tested to 500 lbs, it can be employed for everyday use as a soft stretcher as well as MCI emergency patient transport.
The QuikLitter™ is constructed of heavy duty nylon webbing. The QuikLitter™ is latex-free, and is rated to 500 lbs. This is the ideal RESCUE TASK FORCE Casualty Collection Device and it can be affordably stocked in every Bleeding Control Kit as well as added to every emergency vehicle including law enforcement fleets.
*NOT A DRAG DEVICE. Designed for patient carry only.*
Dimensions: 72" H x 27" W (open)
Dimensions: 13" H x 10" W x 1" D (packaged)
Weight (Black with Black Webbing): 16 oz
Weight (Black with Red Webbing): 17 oz
Capacity: 500 lbs (226 kg)
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Light weight, robust. Two thumbs up. Recently used 3 tied together to evacuate an 800 lb mule out of a forest. No breaks, no tears, ran them through the wash and folded them back up to be used the next time.
My experiments with this so far have been successful, and it seems like a decent enough soft litter. But I haven't been able to use it on an actual carry out yet.
Good litter, though I happily have not needed to use them in a real emergency. They are a good alternative for our wildland fire crew to have a lightweight litter on the fireline. The only complaint is that they might pack a little smaller.
Quality item, good size for carrying on body or go bag.!
Rugged and lightweight. Easy to pack in and out. Perfect for tactical applications.
Easy to use and lightweight. They’re small enough and light enough to pack a couple in your cruiser or in your pack. Great deal!
This heavy duty, disposable litter is robust enough to hold your heavier patients and allow you to move them across rough terrain where a standard litter would be too heavy or bulky. We utilize these in our field trauma kits, and the smaller Quik litter lite we use in our line packs.
Will purchase from his vendor again.