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any Nautilus LifeLine users out there?

Discussion in 'Cozumel' started by eab, Dec 2, 2014.

  1. beaverdivers

    beaverdivers ScubaBoard Business Sponsor ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

    I wear my lifeline anytime that I am in open water. I have only had to use it once (so far).

    Leah, please clarify proper channels for a region.
  2. mikeycanuk

    mikeycanuk Loggerhead Turtle

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: GTA Ontario
    I usually ask the dive op for the frequencies.
  3. eab

    eab Divemaster

    Thanks everyone. I appreciate the replies!

  4. NautilusLeah

    NautilusLeah Dive Equipment Manufacturer

    The reason we have different Dive Regions available is that there are certain channels which are specific to some regions. As well, there are certain channels which are not used in some regions. If you are using the Lifeline anywhere not listed in the Dive Region drop-down menu, select "International". This will make all the standard marine VHF channels available to you. Alternatively, you can create a custome channel list using the Desktop Software.
  5. jodylynn007

    jodylynn007 Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: New Westminster, BC CANADA
    Hi there, could a representative of Nautilus post up here in this thread how to change our lifeline channels for ease of reference please? Thanks!!

    Actually... I just called Nautilus and asked them to email me some quick and easy instructions so they are on their way. :) It will be handy to have for at home and when I travel. The website has a lot of great information but it's too much information when you want just something simple answered in a jiffy.
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  6. jodylynn007

    jodylynn007 Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: New Westminster, BC CANADA
    Answer on how to change the channels from the Lifeline people:

    Thank you for your call today.

    Please see the following steps

    1. Press the Orange button to enter the main menu
    2. Press the Orange button again to enter the Channel selection screen
    3. Press the Orange button repeatedly to scroll up through the available channels
    4. Press the Green button repeatedly to scroll down through the available channels
    5. Press and hold either the Green or Orange button for 1 second to select the currently visible channel and return to the main screen

    Please let me know if you have any questions.


    Jack Jiang
    Production & Operations

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