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Fixing on a precise location, and quickly, could make the difference between life and death for avalanche victims. 

This avalanche transceiver has a combination of a digital and analog device with three antennas. Easy. Fast. Effective.

Easy: Clear instructions thanks to an easy operating concept. Fast: Fast and precise locating thanks to a 360° display and three antennas. Effective: A significant time saving, thanks to a clear ovierview in situations involving multiple buried victims.


FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 21st - 25th May 2015

Product Features

    - Digital and analog mode

  • Option to scroll manually through list of buried people
  • MapView display: overview of number, distances and locations of subjects
  • Selection of the subject based on distance and survivability criteria
  • Marking of located victims
  • Analog search with acoustic signal on built-in speaker (full analog mode with manual sensitivity control)
  • Range approx: 60 Metres
  • Dimensions: 113 x 75 x 27mm
  • Batteries: Alkaline 3 x AAA 1.5 Volt
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • W-Link Frequency EU 868.8 MHz-USA/CAN 916-926 MHz

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tried and tested life saver
Reviewed By josh, 26 Jun 2013

On the 12th of December 2012 me,my brother, my girlfriend and my cousin were "gracefully gliding across the pow pow" when in a spilt second from fun with family and friends to a nightmare. 10:27 that was what my watch read just a few second before the avalanche smashed into us. I was buried I owe my life to two important things 1) my pals 2) one awesome transceiver. Thanks to those to things I'm still able to ski today... thanks Mammut.