Stealth Escape Anchor Hook w/50' of 8mm Nylon Escape Rope

Stealth Escape Anchor Hook w/50' of 8mm Nylon Escape Rope

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MSRP: $227.99

Product Description

Developed for Rock-N-Rescue by Sterling Rope,Nylon PersonalEscape Ropeisthe mostcost effective solution for those who want theability to escape from astructure without the higher cost of a Technora or Aramid fiber based rope. Even though the melting point of nylon fibers is lower than the more expensive fibers, recent tests donewith a remote anchor thatwasexposed to635 degrees, the rope did not fail in any of thetests conducted before 9 minutes.Nylon fibermakes a lightweight, compact more supple rope that is easier to stuff and use. It also works great with the F4 and new FCX escape devices that are on the market today. Although we hope that you never have to actually use this item in an emergency, rest assured that if the need to use it arises in an emergency, this product is backed by years of research and development, testing and actual field work. Color: Neon Green with blue tracers.Made in USA.
The next generation escape hook from Sterling, the Stealth hook has more features, in an even lighter package. Continuing with the popularity of our first-of-its-kind gated hitching slot for quick and secure remote anchoring, we have re-engineered this fire escape hook to be 14% lighter than its predecessor, with new features:
  • Forged from aircraft grade 7075 aluminum, the truss design reduces weight and preserves strength, making this the lightest NFPA escape hook weighing 170g/ 6oz.
  • Tool-grade stainless steel tip allows for better holding in a variety of anchoring surfaces and can be easily changed out if it becomes blunted from training. Each tip offers two points that can be used.
  • Rounded radius at the back of the hitching slot for easier use in an improvised mechanical advantage system.
  • Heel ridges and milled grips help keep the hook in your hand and in place at the anchor.


Weight 170g/ 6 oz.

Certification: UL Certified to NFPA 2500 (1983)

MBS: 13.5 kN