Jack Safety Hook Knife/webbing cutter
This is the ultimate safety knife for paraglider pilots!
The Jack Safety Knife was developed for (but not limited to) use by fire, rescue and emergency workers, paraglider pilots, skydivers, BASE jumpers, pilots and crew, mariners, kitesurfers and fishermen.
Used in any situation where you need to cut webbing, cord or lines quickly and efficiently, for example after a reserve parachute deployment and/or subsequent landing where you might need to detach from your reserve parachute quickly to avoid being dragged along the ground.
Designed and shaped with a safety protection feature, it is easy to handle in an emergency situation and it’s very unlikely that you’ll cut anything accidentally! The mouth opening is set small enough to prevent cutting your own finger while handling, but large enough to cut through cord, webbing or lines up to 5mm thick.
Twin opposing stainless steel blades offer a large, durable cutting area. This knife slices through thick webbing very easily. A spare set of blades are stored in the handle, where you’ll also find two attachment points for cord or elastic or nylon tape.
An essential item in any paragliding First Aid Kit, the Jack Safety Knife can be quickly used to neutralise a potentilly dangerous situation following a paraglider crash or reserve parachute landing.
Inexpensive yet supremely functional, this knife could save your life!
Carbon version available which is stiffer, lighter and stronger than the standard nylon Jack Safety Knife.
NATO Stock Number 5110-17-046-9717
Dimensions: 209mm length, 40mm width (at widest)
Colour: yellow, black or carbon fibre
Stock code: OPH-JK