Rescue Essentials QuikLitter


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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, and backed with a lightweight water-resistant non-woven material. 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.

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

Dimensions: 74" H x 28" W(open)
Dimensions: 12" H x 8" W x 1.25" D (packaged)
Weight: 13.5 oz
Capacity: 500 lbs (226 kg)

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  • 4
    Good product

    Posted by Shawn woolery on 04 02 2019

    Well made would buy again

  • 4
    good litter

    Posted by Unknown on 10 10 2018

    It is a little bigger than I thought but it is also better made than the expected, Solid

  • 5
    Rescue Essentials QuikLitter™

    Posted by Michael Davenport on 07 05 2018

    My wife and I are both LEOs and have several 'medical kits' from our basic IFAK on up. We were looking for a light-weight, sturdy, not bulky 'litter' and found it with this Rescue Essentials QuikLitter™. The price-point was good and the litter well within our expectations.

  • 4

    Posted by Perry Jensen on 02 14 2018

    For the price, you can't ask for a better litter. Serviceable and disposable! Won't break the bank and perfect for emergency situations.

  • 4
    Quick Litter

    Posted by Unknown on 01 02 2018

    Perfect for Rescue Task Force active shooter incidents. We pair them up with the Conterra POW Triage bag, inexpensive and use

  • 5
    Nice litter - use them in CERT for easy transport

    Posted by Duncan Seibert on 11 10 2017

    Our CERT team uses these in training and several members have purchased them for their home or neighborhood cache.

  • 5
    Perfect for quick evacuation of incapacitated individuals.

    Posted by Unknown on 02 22 2017

    If you're looking for a temporary light duty use quick litter to get patients out fast this will work. It is not designed to drag patients along the ground or rough surfaces where they could be injured again. The non-rigid litter is made from nylon webbing and fabric with hand-holds for lifting the patient off of the ground. If you want a litter that you can drag patients check out the Foxtrot DA it may work for you. If you are in the veterinary field this could also be used to move mammals, reptiles and aquatic species of the appropriate size and also used as an over bandage for large animal thoracic injuries and abdominal support. Our is kept with our primary medical response pack inside a Lancer quick-dump pouch so we can quickly deploy it then use it to stage our equipment on as we attend to the patient, then transfer the patient onto the quick litter or another form of transport.

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by George Chambers on 09 30 2016

    We purchased 11 of these Quik Litters and they did the job for sure. We used them during our Active Shooter training, and they were a big help getting the simulated patients out of the area.

  • 1
    Would not buy.

    Posted by Rescue Essentials on 04 27 2016

    I Used this product in training to see how it works. While using it to pickup a 150 lbs person the litter ripped. The manufacturer of the litter said it rated for 500 lbs. I was lucky it ripped has i picked up my victim not after i picked him he could of fell to ground. This product is for life saving and the failure I had in training could have been life threatening if I was using it for real. Do not buy!!! Rescue Essentials Response: The non-woven fabric backing is NOT part of the structure that holds the patient. It can tear without any danger to the patient being transported. It would be nearly impossible for the litter to fail to hold any weight up to 500 lbs, as the structural component is heavy nylon webbing, not the thin non-woven substrate.