Seat Belt Cutter (Ligature Cutter)


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Seat Belt Cutter (Ligature Cutter)

Seat Belt Cutter (Ligature Cutter) is an ideal tool for many environments within the Health and Safety, First Aid and Emergency industries. These tools are used for cutting through a variety of materials that can be used to create ligatures. The most commonly used being bed sheets and clothing.

A simple but effective device for ensuring the occupants of a car are able to exit quickly and safely. The fixed blade allows the belt cutter to cut through the tough webbing of the seat belt and the protected blade prevents any injuries.

Readily accessible and potentially life saving. It is used by Police, Fire and Ambulance services. Designed specifically with speed and efficiency in mind, this is a very popular safety device that can be used to cut through seat belts, clothing and many other restraining materials allowing casualties to be freed quickly and efficiently in emergency situations.

Made from durable plastic,  includes a high quality tempered stainless steel blade for a clean, accurate cut in situations where time is extremely limited.

Product Details:

Valuable and welcome addition to any portable emergency kit.

  • Fixed Blade
  • Protected Blade for Safety
  • Size:  approx   12×4.5cm
  • Colour: Red

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