Hawkeye® Wireless Skier Alert System

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Hawkeye® Wireless Skier Alert System. Instant alerts in a turbulent environment!

Always vigilant! Hawkeye® Wireless Alert System uses patented MarineLink® technology to closely monitor a skier, wake-boarder, tuber or other water-goer. Even doubles as a man-overboard detector.

When the wireless safety lanyard is attached to a life jacket or belt, the Base Station immediately sounds a 100 dB (LOUD) audible alarm as soon as the signal become out of range or the detector is submerged in water. Attaches to your dash and provides visual indicators as well the moment someone goes in the drink!

A smart investment:
  • Fail-safe monitoring for watersports peace-of-mind
  • Simple to use, with both distance and water detection
  • Adjustable audible system
  • Battery monitoring system
  • Wireless lanyard is easy to attach to your belt, clothes or jacket
  • 30 hour battery life
  • Water-resistant base station
  • Internal antennae
  • Base station mounts using suction cups or with included mounting screws.

Keep your ski team safe!

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