Side-Release Wrist Lanyard

April 2019

Gear Keeper’s new ANSI-121 compliant Deluxe TL1-2007 side release wrist lanyard system for tools up to 5 lbs. are particularly important when a short drop length is critical when climbing or working in close quarters. Unlike an “off-the-shelf” lanyard, which can actually become a safety hazard, all Gear Keeper tethering systems ensure dependable ANSI-121 safety and quality by the company’s stringent quality control systems. Quality Assurance includes the company’s dynamic and static testing, drop load testing with up to a 100% safety margin and cycle testing for safe productive use and long-life.
   
The economical TL1-2007 is attached to the wrist by a loop and cinch Velcro strap and connected to the tool by 10” lanyard with a barrel lock. Productivity is increased by the company’s patented Quick Connect tool attachment connectors that permit secure, fast and easy connection/disconnection of tools. No need to waste time when working with a variety of different tools. Users can quickly change out many tools by simply having extra lanyards attached to the tools, and then unclick one tool and click in another. Additional lanyards are inexpensive and are available in 3 and 10 packs.
   
TL1-2007 side-release wrist tether, including one lanyard loop strap, retails for $12 each (also available in 10/packs $110).  Additional lanyards are available in 3/packs ($14) and 10/packs ($45).
   
A free, 16-page, 2019 edition of the “Safety Engineer’s Guide to Tool Tethering” is available by logging onto gearkeeper.com/guide or by calling Customer Service at (888) 588.9981. The new guide also includes a 4-page section showing how to easily and safely tether tools with and without attachment points as well as related product information.

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