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New Signaling Device


New Signaling Device
New Signaling Device

Military-Approved SEE/RESCUE® technology is now available in the new holster version. It permits users to carry the military-approved signaling device on their belt. SEE/RESCUE® is a passive and continuous emergency distress-signaling device that requires no batteries, chemicals, or electronics.

Aerial search & rescue parties from an altitude of up to 3000 feet have visually detected the SEE/RESCUE® Holster unit during trials. The SEE/RESCUE® Holster unit was recently worn by the winning crew of a prestigious long-distance ocean sailing race and is currently in use by military, commercial, and civilian adventurers worldwide. The compact and convenient SEE/RESCUE® Holster unit weighs 6 ounces and measures 6.5 inches (L) x 1.5 inches (W) x 1.5 inches (H); about the size of a knife or cellular phone when worn on your belt.


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