|The Rescue Laser Flare Magnum™ is a hand-held nighttime laser signaling device that provides a convenient, effective way to signal a rescue party up to 20 miles (32 km) away, depending on atmospheric conditions. It's ease of operation, long life and waterproof design makes it the perfect survival signaling device. Unlike conventional pyrotechnic flares, the Rescue Laser Flare™ is non-flammable, non-hazardous and can operate continuously for 72 hours on two replaceable AA batteries.|
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Well made item. This is the second one Ive owned. The only shortcoming Ive noticed is that the siting ring rotates. Therefore you might want to place alignment marks on the ring and body of the unit once you confirm that the fan shaped beam is oriented correctly. Easy to do: just shine the laser beam on a wall & twist siting ring until they align, then mark it.
Very tidy well made looking unit. The output is intense and with a fan shaped beam has to be visible for a long long way. We had it at 5nm last night and on the edge of a city with all its lights but there was no mistaking the laser flare against the back drop. End use is in a grab bag for a solo ocean yacht race. It if goes bad Ill be zapping over flying aircraft in hope they look down. I have checked, it wont blind the drivers. Nice unit with a happy purchaser.
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It is a red laser.
Per Vendor: Yes; all Rescue Lasers cone standard with a sight ring since 2013.
Rescue Lasers are not pyrotechnic devices, hence they work as a supplemental signaling devices.