Want A Free Talon Rescue TRECK?

I have a free TRECK from Talon Rescue to give away to a lucky reader.  Tom DeRossa is the man behind Talon Rescue and the TRECK. Tom was nice enough to send me a free TRECK when I ordered one to keep in my gear so now I will pass the free TRECK along.  However, there’s only one small catch!  The winner has to send me a review and there thoughts of the TRECK after 6 months.  To enter, all you have to do is go to the  BoronExtrication.com page on Facebook and “like it”!  Just pick the Like button and you are entered!  I will select a winner from the list of people who like the Facebook Boron Extrication page on May 1st, 2011!

The TRECK is an emergency cutting tool, specifically designed to simultaneously remove multiple layers of clothing, equipment and other obstructions from a trauma patient. Many Firefighters, EMT’s, and Paramedics know that shears and scissors slow down the process and don’t always very well on a convulsing or moving patient. In an emergency time is of the essence. Also there is risk involved as shears move closer to the patients body.   The TRECK is designed specifically to move away from the patient, thus preventing enabling the user to access any wounds with haste. 

  • Purpose-Built – Patented design removes multiple layers of clothing simultaneously
  • Safe – Guard prevents contact with blade
  • Fast – Optimized blade angle and ballpoint guide
  • Easy to Use – Insert ballpoint and pull away from the patient
  • Effective – Razor-sharp, heavy-duty, serrated steel utility blade stays sharp for many cuts
  • Rescue Use – Large handle with grips, bright color and ultra lightweight cored design 
  • Convenient – Disposable; no sharpening or autoclaving
  • Inexpensive – Priced for disposability with multi-use capability
  • Strong – ABS plastic frame
  • Lower Force – Blade angle and ballpoint designed to reduce bunching and friction vs. hook knife
  • Weight: 2.3 Ounces
  • Dimensions: 8” x 2.5” x ½ overall diameter

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  1. It’s a WONDERFUL piece of equipment. Have one in my Blackhawk bag, but it won’t fit in a cargo pocket, though.