What's in the box: Nautilus Lifeline GPS, Quick Start Guide, USB Adapter Cable and Spare USB Port Cover
Nautilus Lifeline GPS Safety Device for Divers
The Nautilus Lifeline GPS Safety Device for Divers puts rescue and communication in your hands. Its compact design, easy-to-use functionality, and powerful signal strength make calling for help a lot easier and a lot simpler than using a satellite-based system that involves uplinks and downlinks, shore operations offices, marine rescue coordination centers, and full emergency responses. Whether it's a cool, calm radio call or sending a digital DSC distress message with your GPS position to the nearest boats, this device does it all. The Lifeline GPS Safety Device features three buttons: Chat, Hail + Distress, and Lifeline. You can use the Chat (green) button for calling your buddy with the channel of your choice, the hail + distress (orange) button for calling the nearest boats around you under a preset universal hail and distress channel, or the Lifeline (red) button for sending an alert message and your GPS position to boats up to 4,000 sq. miles away. Make sure you have the Lifeline GPS Safety Device fully charged with the LifeLine Desktop Software installed. Once you've completed the registration of your LifeLine, you are ready to take the device with you on your marine adventures. The Lifeline GPS Safety Device is made of durable polycarbonate housing that is waterproof to 425 ft. (130 meters) and it includes a built-in waterproof VHF Whip antenna, USB port, and a powerful Jupiter GPS 3 receiver module. Call for help anytime, anywhere without any fuss. Choose the Nautilus Lifeline GPS Safety Device for Divers.
The Nautilus Lifeline GPS Safety Device for Divers is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others.