Palm Safety Tape


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Saffron - 5m



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This 5m tape rolls compactly, perfect for storage in a PFD front pocket.

Useful as a single 5m length of tape for reach rescues, or can be knotted with a tape knot to form a sling. The tape also has an eye sewn into one end that can be used to attach a karabiner. The opposite end also features velcro, to enable it to stay rolled up while in your pocket.

  • Fabric: Nylon tubular
  • Size: 5m length x 25mm width
  • Yellow for visibility
  • Breaking load greater than 1000Kg
  • Eye sewn in one end for karabiner attachement


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