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Bulldog Equipment Poleless Litter

The Bulldog Ultra Light Poleless Litter offers Hands-Free Carry to rapidly extract injured personnel. Weighing in at only 6.8 lbs it boasts a maximum payload of 700 lbs. It stores in a PALS compatible pouch when not needed.

The Litter is versatile. It comes equipped with 4 Across-The-Chest Carry Straps equipped with metal quick release buckles rated at a 500 LB capacity, allowing individuals to carry or pull an injured victim, while still having access to their weapon. It also incorporates Equipped with (10) tubular webbing carry handles that act as wrist wraps (similar to those used during weight lifting exercises), ensuring that the carrier’s hands do not cramp, while still providing comfort and durability. This allows for a rapid transition to a weapon, and provides dexterity and movement of the hands.

Additionally, the patient is immobilized with the integrated 4 securing straps as well as an optional diaper strap for added patient stability.

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5 Responses to “Bulldog Equipment Poleless Litter”

  1. FLC says:

    What an Awesome Polish litter!

  2. D says:

    Looks like a good product, but the video isn’t comparing apples to apples. You can make and use cross-body litter straps to use on a rigid, folding, or Skedco litter. Definitely an improvement on the old poleless litters.

  3. SSG says:

    6.8lbs is pretty heavy when there are systems out there that weigh 1lb and they can carry 400lbs. A good example is the The MATBOCK – LIFT System. It weighs 1lb as a Poleless litter AND transforms into a multipurpose bag – a 2 for 1. Add the Carbon Fiber poles to the system – quick assembly – which weigh in at 3.5lbs. The complete system weighs in at 4.5 and can significantly increase your speed to carry a down man with a 2 men carrying. Word is they are about to release an attachment for the poles that will allow them to serve as a ladder…genius.

    Seems to me a 4.5lb litter that functions as a collection bag, a 2 man carry rescue device that can hold 400lbs and takes les than 45 secs to assemble plus the option of having a ladder takes the lead in this market.

  4. Thatguy says:

    and don’t forget the good old firemans carry. Doesn’t come with testicular fortitude but most combat mos’s have it issued.