NAUTILUS LIFELINE, NAUTILUS MARINE RESCUE GPS
What is it?
The Nautilus Marine Rescue GPS is a compact battery operated waterproof marine emergency distress radio beacon that can be carried by divers. It is depth rate to 425 feet (130 m) with the cap closed. When activated, it will send a man overboard distress message will be broadcast to all Automatic Identification System (AIS) equipped ships up to 34 miles (55 km) away as well as a special digital selective calling (DSC) message to the marine radio on your own vessel. Your position is accurate to 5 feet (1.5 m). The Nautilus Lifeline floats, is waterproof in all sea conditions and the two CR123 batteries need only be replaced every five years. The unit dimensions are 2.9 by 3.8 by 1.5 inches (75 by 97 by 39 mm) and weighs only 4.6 ounces (131g) after inserting the two batteries.
Benefits to your diving:
The small size of the Nautilus Lifeline, Nautilus Marine Rescue GPS makes it practical to carry on any dive and it is easy to use. Just undo the latch, open, turn on, remove the antenna retainer, manually unfurl the antenna and then press the red button. Simplicity of use is key in an emergency situation.
To learn more, visit nautiluslifeline.com.