Mammut Barryvox S Avalanche Beacon

Feb 15, 2018

Category: Tech

Skiing and snowboarding off-trail can be exhilarating – but without the right equipment, it can also be deadly. One of the best tools to equip yourself with while going off the beaten path? Mammoths Barryvox S Avalanche Beacon.

This easy to carry beacon features one of the largest receiving bandwidths on the market, and has an effective search strip width of 70 meters. And while all of that power and capability is great – what really sets this Swiss-made rescue tool apart from the rest is its usability. You don’t need to be a tech wizard in order to either send out a distress signal, or find a subject under the snow. Each comes with a 2-year warranty and can operate for up to 300 hours on an Alkaline battery.

Purchase: $490

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