Revere McMurdo Smartfind E5 406 EPIRB Manual CAT II

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Revere McMurdo SmartFind E5 406 EPIRB Manual CAT II... your lifeline in a pickle!

If you're a commercial boater or simply love taking your family out on the ol' rig, this handy Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) from Revere could be a life saver!

A built-in GPS receiver broadcasts your signal to folks who can help. In case of emergency, an alert signal goes directly to COSPAS-SARSAT satellites, then is forwarded to a rescue coordination station within THREE minutes!

Provides latitude / longitude information that's accurate within a 98-foot radius. Features high-brightness flashing LED lights upon activation so you're located as quickly as possible. Comes with a lanyard and designer splashproof carry case. Also available in a non-built-in GPS model that acts as a homing device.

Critical carry-along:
  • 48-hour battery life / transmit time 5-year storage life (included)
  • Locator is buoyant in case it falls in the water
  • Waterproof up to 33 feet underwater
  • 406 MHz transmitter
  • 121.5 MHz homing signal
  • Weighs 24 ozs. with battery pack.
  • 5-year warranty

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