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BCA Tracker DTS Avalanche Beacon

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  • BCA Tracker DTS Avalanche Beacon

    Simply the easiest avalanche beacon to learn and the fastest to use. When in avalanche-risk areas, members keep their Trackers in transmit. In case of avalanche, the non-affected members switch their units to receive mode and swiftly hone in on the victim.

    Features/Benefits:

    • By use of dual antenna and digital technology, five directional lights point out which direction to travel
    • Distance display indicates how far the target is
    • Dual antennas are mounted perpendicular in an X-pattern, allowing you to precisely pinpoint a buried receiver
    • Unit weighs 11 ounces; measures 5.75 x 3.25 x 1 in.
    • Includes combination shoulder/waist strap
    • Note: Only one unit per purchase; two units are needed for the system to function

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5.0

Best on the market...

By ECrider

from Northeast

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

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    Best Uses

    • Backcountry skiingriding

    Comments about Backcountry Access BCA Tracker DTS Avalanche Beacon:

    Hands down one of the best devices on the market. Its easy to use features ensures the critical time needed to perform a rescue.

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    5.0

    Easy to use. Give to your ski partners

    By sme

    from Cambridge, MA

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Tough

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        Comments about Backcountry Access BCA Tracker DTS Avalanche Beacon:

        The first digital (directional) and still perhaps the best. What do you want in a beacon? That it is easy to use, because few practice, and fast to find someone. I would give one to a friend if going into the backcountry. Also the best price: only the Pieps freeride is cheaper, but it is analog (no direction info) and has about half the search range (30m in practice as opposed to about 60m for the Tracker).

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