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Mount Wilson NSW, Australia
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Hiking

Hiking

Mountain

Mountain

Medical emergency

Medical emergency

Hiking

Mount Wilson NSW, Australia

-33.5063449°S, 150.3790612°E

Posted on January 27, 2021 by Kavita Joshi

What happened?

Words of wisdom

Take an emergency device and a good first aid bag no matter how small the adventure is. 

I learned to always make judgement of the terrain on my own and also learned some practical tips by watching the trained people around me in action to help me in the situation. I would advise to keep up-skilling yourself and know basic first aid as it goes a long way to keep the injured person comfortable and alive while you wait for professional help. At the end it matters to keep everyone in the team safe even after the incident.

Thank you note

Thank you so much for the device as its accuracy helped the rescue team to get to us just in time and I was able to get medical attention quickly. Thank you for this amazing device as the adventures people do out there can count on this device if ever needed in case of emergency, which is a very big thing. 

Rescue location

Mount Wilson NSW, Australia

Rescue team

Local Search and Rescue

ResQLink™+

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This product has been replaced by the ResQLink View. Learn More It may be small, but it's tough. The ResQLink™+ Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) is a buoyant, GPS-enabled rescue beacon that's suited for outdoor adventures of all sizes (think: everything from hiking and cycling to hunting and fishing). Should you run into an unexpected survival situation, the ResQLink+ PLB will relay your location to a network of search and rescue satellites, allowing local first responders to more easily get you home safe and sound. Be Prepared for the Unpredictable!  
  • Buoyant
  • LED strobe light
  • Self Test
  • 66 Channel GPS
  • Easy emergency activation
  • Antenna clip

WARNING: PROP 65

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