Rescue Stick - Throwable Emergency Rescue Inflatable
Incredibly easy to use, the Rescue Stick provides rapid flotation assistance to a person at risk of drowning. Simply remove the baton shaped Rescue Stick from its waterproof bag and throw near the person. Once contact is made with the water it inflates in seconds to a large horseshoe shape keeping them afloat and their head above water until help arrives.
Measuring only 14 in length and weighing less than 1 lb., the Rescue Stick is the most versatile rescue flotation device available. Easily stowed in a boat, vehicle, backpack or by the pool it will be accessible when and where you need it. Simple to repack and reuse - insert a new bobbin and screw in the replacement handle containing the CO2 cylinder (Re-Arm Kit MA7206).
Anyone who can throw a stick can throw the Rescue Stick to someone in distress in the water. On average the Rescue Stick can be thrown between 100 and 150 feet almost triple the distance of a typical rope bag or life ring. The inflated horseshoe will float with the person in the water.
Developed with input from Search and Rescue professionals, lifeguards, firefighters and recreational boaters the Rescue Stick provides 35 lbs of buoyancy - much more than the 7 lbs required to keep a conscious person afloat. It is easy to repack and re-arm by screwing on a replacement handle that contains the new CO2 cylinder.
In an emergency, time, distance and the ability to provide flotation to someone rapidly is critical. In many situations the Rescue Stick is an effective rescue tool.
The Mustang Survival Rescue Stick:
- Can be thrown 100 feet or further with accuracy
- Provides 35 lb. of flotation in seconds to a person at risk
- Automatically inflates in seconds upon contact with the water
- Extremely easy to use anyone who can throw a stick can use it
- Compact, reusable and weighs less than 1 lb.
- Store in your boat, vehicle, backpack or by the pool for quick access
- Waterproof storage bag included
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65Warnings.ca.gov.