If anyone has or knows of a company with some Reeves stretchers for sale let me know. New or used as long as they are in serviceable condition is fine.
Some of our crews have requested them, but we've already got a 100 case of mega-movers, so I'm trying to get some secondhand ones to make it an easier sell for purchasing.There are many different types of reeves stretchers, and most of them are not stretchers (transportation devices), but carrying devices (used to get the person from their current location to a transpiration device. Which models are you looking for, and for curiosity what do you plan on using them for? http://www.reevesems.com/Products/StretchersImobilization.aspx has a list of all of them.
I have 4 reeves stretchersvfor sale. If you reply fast enough maybe we cld work out a deal.That's cool, I love reeves flexible stretchers.... We keep one on each first due engine, although we gave it to EMS because we needed one for a patient and still haven't gotten it back....
Which stretchers are you looking for? the 106 Heavy Duty Flexible Stretcher w/Sealed Body Cover was what I started with back in the day, but most places now use the 101 Flexible Stretcher. We also kept a Reeves™ Sleeve on every ambulance, for those situations that needed more c-spine protection at odd angles.
That's why I asked what model are you looking for, as there are several types that people call Reeves stretchers.
If you just want the flexible carrying device, https://www.ebay.com/itm/Reeves-Flexible-stretcher/113529914401?hash=item1a6ee90421:g:6PAAAOSwrZBcMnVQ:rk:1:pf:0
I've used megamovers, and while they do have their perks, I'll take a reeves strecher for any long carry down. But I know agencies that swear by the MM for their versatility. To each his or her own
Do you have a dealer in your area? they might be able to let you demo one for a few weeks.