EPIRB rescueME Ocean Signal 406MHz Gps Emergency Locator Beacon

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SKU:
BCN030
UPC:
5060266110399
Condition:
New
Availability:
Price includes delivery to Au / NZ | Despatched within 1 business day
Size:
Smallest You Will Find
Suitable For:
JetSki, Kayak, Small Water Craft, 4x4, Caravan
Location:
Land or Sea Use
Registration:
Free With AMSA Canberra

Ocean Signal 406MHz GPS rescueME Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) - Australian Coded -  has taken the prize for being 30% smaller than compared bands.

If you have a kayak, small or large boat or even a quick grab dry bag, check out it's size - only 178mm high and 89mm in diameter. And weighs only 422g - Less than a block of chocolate!

Where size does matter - This is it! Check out the images and see how small it is...

Works in Australia, New Zealand and anywhere in the world!

Features and Specifications:

  • 30% Smaller 
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • 406MHz Satellite link to RCCNZ, AMSA Australia and Global network COM-PAS SAR-SAT partners 
  • Retractable Antenna 
  • 66 Channel GPS Positioning Accuracy within 120 metre range 
  • Honing Transmission; 121.5MHz, 50mW nominal 
  • Manual Release Mounting Bracket 
  • Up to 48 Hour Operational Life at -20°C 
  • Secure Lanyard

The Best Features About The RescueME EPIRB1: 

  • Height:  178MM 
  • Dia:       89MM 
  • Weight: 422g

 

Size:
Smallest You Will Find
Suitable For:
JetSki, Kayak, Small Water Craft, 4x4, Caravan
Location:
Land or Sea Use
Registration:
Free With AMSA Canberra
5 Year Australian / New Zealand Warranty
  • 5
    Sharp Price price for Kiwi's

    Posted by David on 12th Aug 2016

    Try buying one of these from a NZ marine 'discount store' at this price!
    unfortunately though and like a parachute, it cannot be rated or praised for use until you 'pull the rip cord'.
    However, it looks and feels the business. Perfect physical size for smaller boat where space is a premium.
    Hopefully, I'll never have to use it. But knowing that I have an EPIRB on my boat gives me greater confidence of being rescued should something untoward happen.

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