Programmed for US registration, but able to be used around the globe. Uses GPS to fix your location and access worldwide rescue forces when needed. Battery comes with a 10-year life. Easy to install and test. Ships quickly.
This product is not as lightweight as some others on the market.
Really works and alerts emergency personnel. Can be registered with NOAA. One-time cost. Does not require a subscription. Made to float. Includes a built-in strobe light for night rescues. Activates easily. Compact size.
The unit is pre-programmed to the US country code, which may make it impractical for some locations.
Includes two beacons. Small and easy to wear. Automatically activated. Uses Bluetooth technology. Will work out of cell range. Alarm sound for smart phone. One device can monitor up to five crew members.
These beacons will only work in a line of site in the 300' range.
Can be registered with NOAA. Floats. Fits in your pocket. No subscription needed. Battery lasts for many years. Location sent to authorities when the button is pressed. Includes a printed expiration date.
This unit is programmed for the US. The same company also offers a "programmed for the rest of the world" model.
Made to clip on a life vest. Features a flashing light to aid rescuers. No monthly subscription. Sends your location once per minute for 4 nautical mile radius. Can be rigged to automatically activate when an emergency life vest activates.
Instructions are not easy to understand. This is best used in a Man Overboard situation. Has a short notification range.
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