Written by Linc Bedrosian
A $75 rebate will be available on U.S., Canadian and Latin American purchases of a McMurdo Smartfind series EPIRB from Feb. 14 through June 30, 2013.
The rebate applies to purchases of the McMurdo model 10-82-800-001A Smartfind Plus G5 GPS EPIRB (manual), the 10-82-800-002A Smartfind Plus G5 GPS EPIRB shown at left (automatic), the 10-82-800-003A Smartfind E5 406 EPIRB (manual) and the 10-82-800-004A Smartfind E5 406 EPIRB (automatic). Suggested retail price for the range starts at $449.
Information on claiming the rebate is available from Survitec Survival Products, the U.S. distributor of McMurdo products.
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