Benjamin Franklin said it best: “If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.”
Well, a small company called SkySaver has taken those wise words to heart.
The company has designed what it calls “an innovative personal rescue device as a safe means of escape from multi-story buildings when traditional exits are inaccessible.”
More simply, it’s a backpack that essentially allows you to get the heck out of Dodge in case of fire, terrorist attack, crazed gunman, or any other kind of emergency situation when you’re on a high floor and otherwise can’t sprint for the exit.
Developed in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks, SkySaver is a two-part device that involves the backpack and a pre-installed wall anchor.
SkySaver Vice President Yoav Preiss says the process is easy: “You put the backpack on, click it into place, go to the pre-existing installed wall anchor, hook it on, and exit the window. It shouldn’t take more than 15 seconds until you’re outside the window.”
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The backpack is currently available with a maximum cord length of 260 feet. However, the company is currently working on greater lengths that would cater to people on higher floors. It’s also set to release a bespoke version of the backpack soon that’s specifically for young children and even pets!
It’s also available to buy on Amazon for between $750 and $850 and comes with a “professionally wound” cable, so it’s only suitable for one-time use.
At first glance, you might think that’s a tad pricey for a product that you can only use once. But what price would you put on saving your life?