MERET Products Launches a New Brand of Sport Medical Response Equipment for Athletic Training and Medical Professionals

MERET Products Launches a New Brand of Sport Medical Response Equipment for Athletic Training and Medical Professionals

Press Release Jun 08, 2012

SANTA ANA, Calif., June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MERET Products recently launched a new premium brand of high-quality athletic training equipment bags and products. 

MERET™, an acronym representing Medical Emergency Response Equipment and Technology, manufactures a variety of first responder products for the EMS, FIRE, and TACTICAL emergency response markets. "We are focused on delivering unique products that are well organized, easy to use, extremely durable, and are backed by a Lifetime Warranty," says Scott Decker, President of MERET Products. "Our products are different. They are better constructed and they offer more features than typical industry equipment bags, allowing users to completely customize the bags specific to their needs."

According to Decker, "We've recognized a need for higher-quality AT (athletic training) products and we feel that we can provide better value than the market currently offers. Our unique TS-Ready™ interchangeable M.U.L.E™ Multi-Use Large Equipment Response Bag is a great example of our innovation. The product can be expanded with interchangeable modules, enabling users to attach additional supplies to the bag's sides depending on their requirements. And you can use it as a backpack or a roller bag."

Cramer Decker, the parent company to MERET Products, has over 32 years of experience in designing and manufacturing products for the scuba diving, adventure backpacking, compressed gas, and medical markets. In recent years, they have become an industry leader in first responder products and respiratory technology. MERET™ offers a full line of emergency medical equipment ranging from portable lightweight composite oxygen systems to first responder bags, cases, and respiratory equipment.

Decker adds, "We want to make sure that medical professionals have the very best equipment in order to effectively react to injuries or life-threatening situations, so we are developing better solutions to assist them." 

The MERET™ website,, provides a comprehensive list of related products and information.

Cramer Decker, the parent company to MERET Products, is a Santa Ana, CA based supplier of respiratory, portable oxygen, and compressed gas equipment. The company has been in business for over 32 years and is an industry leader in the medical homecare, compressed gas, and watersports markets, and specializes in a variety of gas containment technologies.

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