See shifts at a glance.
Big numbers and bold arrows make it easy to see how much you're headed or lifted.
A user interface that works under pressure.
Oversized buttons allow you to instantly store port and starboard reference angles on the fly.
The Shift's 38mm (1.5") high digits can be easily read from over 30m (100 ft) away. The Shift's high contrast LCD will also show up crystal clear through your polarized sunnies.
9-Axis solid-state sensor.
The Shift uses a combination of solid-state accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetic sensors to completely track the orientation of your boat in 3 dimensions. The result is aerospace-grade heading indication that is smoother and more responsive than any other tactical compass on the market.
The ProStart's Timer.
When you hear or see any type of start signal just hit the GUN button. If the timer isn’t running, it will start. If the timer is running it will sync.
Once the timer is sync'ed you can independently adjust minutes while the seconds keep counting down.
Yes, it has a backlight.
The Shift has a red LED backlight that won’t ruin your night vision. The battery's good for over 60 hours of sailing in the dark.
The top of the Shift is dedicated to an enormous 26mm x 124mm (1" x 5") solar panel. This keeps the Shift juiced-up and ready for action.
Even the best lithium batteries don't last forever. The Shift was designed to make it easy for you to replace the product's battery yourself.
The Shift is designed to withstand continuous immersion at 3m (9 ft). Every single unit that comes off the assembly line is pressure-tested before it ships.
The Shift doesn't use any GPS technology and it even comes with a static-cling Legalizer Label for use in the most conservative one design classes.
Velocitek Shift Win List
In case you were wondering whether you should offer the Shift to your customers, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” and here are a dozen reasons:
- J/24 - 2013 World Champion - Helly Hansen, Tim Healy - Shift
- J/24 - 2013 North American Champion - Helly Hansen, John Mollicone - Shift
- J/24 - 2014 St. Petersburg NOOD Winner - Buckaroo, David Ogden - Shift
- J/24 - 2014 Midwinter Champion - Helly Hansen, John Mollicone - Shift
- J/70 - 2014 Midwinter Champion - Helly Hansen, Tim Healy - Shift
- J/70 - 2014 Key West Race Week Boat of the Week - Helly Hansen, Tim Healy - Shift
- Melges 24 - 2014 World Champion - Blu Moon, Flavio Favini - ProStart and Shift
- Melges 24 - 2013 Worlds, 2nd Place - Blu Moon, Flavio Favini - ProStart and Shift
- Melges 24 - 2013 Pre-Worlds and Rolex Big Boat Series, 2nd Place - Blu Moon, Flavio Favini - ProStart and Shift
- Melges 24 - 2014 Worlds, 3rd Place - West Marine Rigging / New England Ropes, Bora Gulari - ProStart and Shift
- Melges 20 - 2014 Bacardi Sailing Week - Ninkasi, John Taylor - ProStart and Shift
- Farr 280 - 2014 Charleston Race Week, PHRF B - Chessie Racing, Ian Gordon - ProStart and Shift