Survivor - Man Overboard ( MOB ) & Training Strop

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A strong, durable and high-specification strop for Man OverBoard rescues in even the most demanding conditions



SWL 150 Kg. Individually tested to 300 Kg by an independent specialist tester, and supplied with a Test Certificate.

Quickly and easily secured, either by placing the Strop over the head and then slipping the arms through, or by slipping it over the feet and working it up to the chest. NB Intended for rescuing uninjured personnel only.

Note: although primarily designed for Man OverBoard rescues, it can also be used in other situations where a casualty needs to be pulled or lifted eg from mud/quicksand or in suitable helicopter-lifting drills/simulations.


Key Features / Benefits:

  • Quick and easy to secure

  • Strong and durable

  • Catcher's handle, for pulling the survivor onboard

  • Individually tested to 300 Kg, and supplied with a Test Certificate from an independent specialist tester

  • Safe Working Load 150 Kg 





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Price £140.00


  • Individually tested to 300 Kg and supplied with independent certificate

  • Safe Working Load 150 Kg, with safety factor minimum 10x

  • Overall length: 239cm/97.5" (232cm/94" excluding lifting rings)

  • Weight: approx 0.8 Kg

  • Webbing: 50mm Filament polyester, minimum breaking strength 3,000 Kg (when used as a single strip - but for our strops the webbing is doubled!)

  • Padded Strap: closed-cell buoyancy foam

  • Strap Cover: polyurethane-coated nylon, in high-visibility orange and fitted with retro-reflective tape

  • D-rings: 316 stainless steel, TIG welded, breaking strain 2,750 Kg each (two are used together when lifting with our strop)

  • Thread: a boned 100% polymide (nylon) continuous filament, highly resistant to sea-water, abrasion, mildew, rot and perspiration (used for industrial sewing operations of a more strenuous nature eg mountaineering equipment, wetsuits, automotive and aircraft seating)