SkySaver Plans Launch of New Personal Rescue Device, New Website in 2013

SkySaver USA, a leading manufacturer and distributor of high-rise safety products, recently announced the latest offering in the company's line of personal rescue devices: the SkySaver, a life-saving device that will allow individuals to safely descend down the side of a building in the event of a fire or other disaster.

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In the event of a disaster – whether natural or man-made – the SkySaver will provide a safe exit from a high-rise building up to 120 stories tall.

New York, New York (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

SkySaver USA, a leading manufacturer and distributor of high-rise safety products, recently announced the latest offering in the company's line of personal rescue devices: the SkySaver, a life-saving device that will allow individuals to safely descend down the side of a building in the event of a fire or other disaster. This revolutionary piece of self-rescue equipment is expected to be made available to consumers in 2013, and the company is planning to launch a new website to coincide with the release of the product.

SkySaver is an affordable and easy-to-use device that can save lives in the event of an unexpected disaster. The product's lightweight design makes it ideal for emergency situations, and no pre-installation is required. In the event of a fire or other mishap, the individual simply straps on the backpack-like vest and harness, affixes the pack to a sturdy anchor point in the building, and escapes from the dangerous flames and harmful smoke by exiting through a window.

"The SkySaver will dramatically increase an individual's chances for survival during a high-rise fire," explained Lou Krupkin, Sales Director and Anti-Terrorism Advisor of SkySaver USA. "In the event of a disaster – whether natural or man-made – the SkySaver will provide a safe exit from a high-rise building up to 120 stories tall."

SkySaver USA is currently designing a new site to help promote the SkySaver personal rescue device, which comes in a variety of sizes to fit both children and adults. The self-rescue pack lowers individuals at a safe rate of one to two meters per second and comes equipped with a small fire extinguisher.

"According to the National Fire Prevention Association, there are nearly 16,000 high-rise fires in the United States each year," Krupkin said. "If we can help individuals in just a fraction of those cases, the number of fire-related injuries and fatalities will drop, and that's certainly a goal worth pursuing. SkySaverUSA is proud to add the SkySaver to our lineup of personal rescue devices."

Be on the lookout for SkySaver USA's new website, which is expected to launch by spring 2013, and for the revolutionary new SkySaver, which is slated for a summer 2013 release.

When the SkySaver debuts, it will join SkySaver USA's impressive arsenal of high-rise rescue devices, including the DoublExit, E-Scape, I-Scape, and more. For more information on SkySaver USA and the new SkySaver personal rescue device, visit http://www.SkySaverUSA.com or call Lou Krupkin at 1-855-759-7283 ext. 211.


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