Nautilus LifeLine Marine Rescue GPS

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Nautilus LifeLine Marine Rescue GPS

What is it?

An all-new LifeLine that is less than half the size of the original and easy to use. The LifeLine is exactly that in the unlikely event that you need to signal for assistance from the water. The small but important device weighs 4.6 ounces (31 grams) with batteries and is 2.9 by 3.8 by 1.5 inches (75 x 97 x 39 mm) in size. Divers simply open the latch, push the blue button to turn it on, remove the red “help” cap and hold the red “help” button for 5 seconds to send a distress signal. It works everywhere in the world, with no special base unit, no Maritime Mobile Service Identity number, no licenses or registration, no desktop software and no connectivity. The user-replaceable batteries last five years. Divers need only to keep the O-ring clean, load two batteries and then take the LifeLine with them on dives.

Benefits to your diving

In an emergency, the Nautilus LifeLine can be a lifesaver.

For more information about the new version of the Nautilus LifeLine or to hook up with a LifeLine dealer, call 604-241-1918 or go to nautiluslifeline.com.

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