Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Japow Tours joins with Mammut for Trial Program.

This year Japow Tours in partnering with Mammut to bring you a special trial program.  As customers of  Japow Tours you will be able to try and use the New Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver  for Free. YES FREE! It's a great opportunity to try the best Transceiver's in the Business for those who want to venture into the Backcountry safely. Book your next trip with Japow Tours and try one out yourself.  Thanks to Outdoor Japan for making all of this happen! 

Weekend, powder snow and sunshine, the perfect freeride combination. However, the thrill of the search for untouched expanses of deep snow should never make you lose sight of safety. Along with an avalanche shovel and a probe, the Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox is an essential item of basic equipment for any freerider. Pared down to the essentials, the LVS convinces thanks to its clear instructions and simple operation.
In an emergency, every second counts. The Mammut ELEMENT Barryvox, developed and produced entirely in Switzerland, has therefore been reduced to the essentials. This digital 3-antenna device offers high performance combined with great ease of use. Its one-button operation and clearly laid out display make the device easily understandable and user friendly. Guaranteeing fast and precise location. Additional aids include signal analysis, listing of victims and a marking function, to quickly and reliably tackle even complex situations involving multiple buried victims. To ensure that the device continues to work correctly even after a fall, the extremely robust housing offers effective protection against impact or breakage.
Unlike its big brother, the Mammut PULSE Barryvox, the ELEMENT does not have an analogue mode. The ELEMENT Barryvox also does not include any user configuration options. In addition, only the PULSE version can display victims’ vital data. The device is therefore ideal to help even less experienced users keep a cool head in serious situations.
Technical Features:
  • Type: Digital 3-antenna device
  • Transmitting frequency: 457 kHz
  • Range approx.: More than 40 m
  • Search strip width: 40 m
  • Dimensions: 113 mm x 75 mm x 27 mm
  • Weight: 210 g (including batteries)
  • W-Link frequency EU: 869.8 MHz
  • W-Link frequency USA/Can: 916-926 MHz
  • Batteries: Alkaline 3 x AAA 1.5 Volt
  • Battery life: At least 200 hours
  • Warranty: 5-year Mammut warranty
  • Standard: EN 300718

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