TESTIMONIALS

Find out what our
previous clients had to say

In January 2015 the Xtract®2 was announced as the frontline stretcher of the British military to be carried at infantry soldier level to be available at point of wounding.

In September 2015 the Xtract®2 was tested and recommended by the National Tactical Officers Association with overall score of 4.5/5

  • The Xtract®2 Stretcher is a well-thought out piece of equipment. This device bridges the gap between rigid litters like the Talon or SKED and smaller evacuation tarps.

    NTOA Member from Ohio
  • The Xtract 2 stretcher is a small, light, incredibly robust product that works well.

    NTOA Member from Massachusetts
  • After working with the Xtract 2, I think Kingfisher Medical has found a happy medium between “deployability” and safe and sound safe casualty transport. The construction is absolutely top-notch. I would certainly recommend this product to another officer or TEMS personel

    NTOA Member from Virginia
  • With a little practice, I was able to deploy, load and go in an average of 30 seconds.

    NTOA Member from Massachusetts
  • We have removed our litter from being carried and have replaced it with the Xtract®2.

    NTOA Member from North Carolina
  • What I found was a very well made, versatile product that WORKED from the point of injury to the LZ.

    NTOA Member from Massachusetts
  • If you're looking for a lightweight stretcher for multipurpose use, then this would need to be put up at the top of the list.

    NTOA Member from North Carolina
  • Overall this is an excellent piece of equipment that is more than the simple evacuation tarps but is not as cumbersome as a rigid stretcher. These litters could be carried and deployed by non-medical personnel with no concerns for improper use nor fears of use for being too difficult or complex.

    NTOA Member from Ohio
  • All in all, this is a very well-thought out piece of equipment and I could not be happier with the construction.

    NTOA Member from North Carolina

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