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Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911 Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911
Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911 Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911
Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911 Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911
Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911 Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers NL10-R01-01 131911

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Mfg Part #: NL10-R01-01
 $299.00 
  • Easy to use - with a push of a button you can talk to every boat around you with an VHF radio within an 8 mile range
  • On the surface talk diver to diver when both are carrying Nautilus Lifeline's 
  • The latest in marine radio technology
  • Features DSC (Digital Selective Calling) - part of a global upgrade in maritime distress communications
  • Full featured marine VHF radio and GPS
  • USB cable plugs into your computer and charges the internal battery
  • Easily attaches to your D-ring
  • 24 hour battery life in emergency mode
  • Position indicator light
  • DEPTH: 425 feet
  • COLORS: Red, Black, White and Orange
  • FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

Customer Reviews for Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers:

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Average Customer Review: based on 5 reviews.

Rating: Compact all purpose survival radio and GPS
Reviewer: L. L.
I used to carry a water resistant VHF radio in a big underwater light case, but this unit is much more compact and versatile. It also has a GPS which can pinpoint my location and can call for help. The price is very reasonable for saving my life. My wife likes these features, too!

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5 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Nautilus
Reviewer: Cristina I.
My local dive centre does not have radio’s on their boat so I have not been able to test it as yet (wish I never have to use it in case of an emergency). It fits nicely into my BC pocket. A recent incident which resulted in the group of divers being adrift for nearly 24 hrs prompted me to by the product.

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29 out of 58 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Great Idea, Great for US Divers
Reviewer: Christopher R.  -  View all my reviews
most boats in the us are capable to couple with the device i would think twice before dragging this unit to the third world. if it works for you, it extends the season and seas you can dive in. a great insurance policy.

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154 out of 284 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Safety first
Reviewer: ken w.  -  View all my reviews
Excellent , just as described

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41 out of 79 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Too Soon
Reviewer: ROBERT RUSSO  -  View all my reviews
I have not yet had a chance to take this item on a dive. Frankly, I hope I never need to use it, and therefore never need to rate it!

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123 out of 265 people found this review helpful.

Questions and Answers for Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers:


  • Alan:

    Are there any issues with taking this item through security on the airlines?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    To this date, we have not had any reports of unusual delays in security due to people travelling with this device.

  • Dave:

    Is the holster for use with the unit on dives or just storage on the surface? Thanks!

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    It works for both.

  • Cem:

    These GPS devices work in various ways, to my understanding and some are even paid subscription-type services. Can the Nautilus be used internationally? My understanding is that the unit sends a signal to a sat that can triangulate ur position, but to what accuracy? Does the sat send an active signal to the US Coast Guard? In GPS only mode, how long will the battery last? I do most of my diving in the Caribbean and Mexico. I have a friend that encased a different GPS system in his own casing that accidently tripped in Mexico and he had the Mexican authorities near him in 20 minutes...

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    It can be used internationally, but each country has their own requirements for registering and using the radio and or emergency beacon. You might want to contact Nautilus directly http://www.nautiluslifeline.com/

  • Richard:

    I will be shore diving in Bonaire . Is this compatible with the boat radios in Bonaire?

    Bob  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    Yes. It works on common VHF Guard frequencies that are accepted around the world.

  • Diane:

    Does this submit a distress signal to the search and rescue system or just to nearby boats? If not to search and rescue, do you know of any device that does communicate with search and rescue?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    You can talk to just the boat, broadcast on the emergency channel for everyone within distance or send a GPS distress signal that Coast Guard can track.

  • Shivantha:

    What is the size and weight of the NAutilus

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    The unit weighs about 1 lb. and fits easily in the palm of your hand like a small radio.

  • Sheldon:

    Can I use this, with ear buds, to pick up FM radio while swimming?

    Bill  (Certified Scuba Instructor at Scuba.com):

    No strictly a VHF marine radio.

Using Your LifeLine

Green Button: Use to call with your buddy, other LifeLines, or the boat. Set to the channel of your choice.

Orange Button: Preset to the universal hail and distress channel (channel 16) to call any boats around you.

Red Button: Digital Distress sends an alert message and your GPS position to boats within 4000 square miles (Emergency Use Only. There may be severe penalties for improper use)

IMPORTANT MAINTENANCE

Ensure that your orange o-ring and USB cap are always clean and free of contaminants.

Ensure that protective cap for USB port is correctly inserted before use. (Caution: cap can be inserted backwards if forced)

Charge your Lifeline and perform a self-dianostic test before any dive trip or weekend of diving.

Always store LifeLIne in a dry place, out of direct sunlight, with cap open and antenna fully extended.

Gently rinse your LifeLine in fresh water after each use.

FEATURES

Upload your GPS position of your sites to Google maps.

Share your GPS locations on social media

Group Call - Transmit your position to other LIfeLInes

CUstomize - your LifeLine settings

Mark secret dive sites by sending your lifeline to the surface.

Nautilus Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers

Who needs a Scuba GPS Radio? After all, my cell phone does all that for me. Sorry pal won’t happen, unless your Smart Phone is clever enough to survive a plunge to 130 feet.

Designed as an easy to operate, compact and reliable tool for divers, the Lifeline GPS Radio for Scuba Divers is the latest in marine radio technology featuring DSC (Digital Selective Calling) - part of a global upgrade in maritime distress communications. It has a full featured marine VHF radio and GPS that are simple and easy to use. With a push of a button, you can talk to your dive boat or another diver, contact any boat around you on the universal Hail and Distress channel or contact every boat within an 8 mile radius using a VHF radio with your GPS coordinates. So, if it is a simple boat pick up you need or if the matter is more urgent and requires emergency attention, the small, light weight and compact unit designed to easily attaches to a D-ring on your BCD is your answer. The Nautilus Lifeline updates and recharges using the common usb port on your compute rand has offers 30 minutes of talk time with a 24 hour battery life in emergency mode.

Even if you never have a need to use it, the Nautilus Lifeline offers divers the comfort of knowing they can get help in a hurry if needed.

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