Greatland Rescue Lasers in Colorado

Greatland Rescue Lasers in Colorado

When it comes to survival gear, there are few things more important in the Colorado backcountry than a Greatland Laser signaling device. A Greatland Laser device provides you with the ability to send a distress signal to passersby for rescue with a range of up to 16 miles. In addition, our devices provide you and your loved ones with the peace of mind that you will find your way home, safe and sound.

Using patented technology, Greatland Rescue Laser devices are able to send a strong light signal up to 16 miles away. This is far enough to signal a passersby from miles away, including airplanes flying overhead to ensure rescue from remote locations in the Colorado wilderness.

At Greatland Laser, we put countless hours into producing devices with superior functionality and durability. The body of our lasers are made of anodized aluminum that is both lightweight and hardy. They can handle anything from a drop off a small cliff to a drop in a river as they are waterproof under water up to 24 meters. This means that you can take this essential piece of survival gear on all of your fly fishing trips without fear of water damage.

We offer three choices of the laser signaling devices including our Rescue Laser Flare Magnum, Rescue Laser Light, and The Green Rescue Laser Flare. You can find specifications and detailed information on each of these options on our website.

You can use your Greatland Laser device for more than making distress signals when lost. You can use it as a source of emergency light when out for camping, hiking, or night fishing.

Your device comes with easy to follow procedures for safety and everyday operation and  is activated by simply twisting the cap.

Carry the Greatland Rescue Laser device wherever you go in Colorado. It is a lightweight and compact piece of survival gear, weighing only 1.7 oz. and it can save your life in the event of an emergency. As for the battery, it comes with a lithium ion battery that runs up to 40 hours of continuous light.