Avalanche Rescue Set Diract

Avalanche Rescue Set Diract

Ortovox

$450.00

This Diract Rescue Set gives you an economical way to get three key, highly intuitive pieces of kit for your mountain adventures. The set is lightweight, reliable  and suitable for beginners and experts alike!

DIRACT avalanche transceiver
The transceiver is intuitive and easy to use (with just one button you can quickly flag burial victims or switch to standby mode) and comes equipped with with Smart-Antenna Technology, which analyzes the device’s location in the avalanche and automatically switches to the best transmitting antenna. This, along with its stability from first reception, will help speed up the search.

With ease of handling, it can be held securely when wearing gloves thanks to its rubberized grip zone, lightweight design and its ability to fits easily into a hip pocket the DIRACT is always quickly and safely to hand and instantly ready to use.

BADGER shovel
A super lightweight aluminum shovel with an ergonomic, hybrid grip for maximum power transmission. Its sizable blade volume of 2.5 liters is backed up by robust design, pronounced center ridge and high side walls for full rigidity. Non-slip grooves on the top edge of the blade provide adequate traction when wearing boots. A centering aid in the shaft socket facilitates rapid assembly.

ALU 240 probe
A 240cm probe with a quick-lock assembly system allowing for quick and simple set up and collapsing. The tension can be set by simply turning the optimized adjusting screw, the large probe tip ensures improved penetration and featuring easy-to-read depth markers, a clear 1-meter marker and a neon orange bottom segment to optimally adapt the shoveling strategy.

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This Diract Rescue Set gives you an economical way to get three key, highly intuitive pieces of kit for your mountain adventures. The set is lightweight, reliable  and suitable for beginners and experts alike!

DIRACT avalanche transceiver
The transceiver is intuitive and easy to use (with just one button you can quickly flag burial victims or switch to standby mode) and comes equipped with with Smart-Antenna Technology, which analyzes the device’s location in the avalanche and automatically switches to the best transmitting antenna. This, along with its stability from first reception, will help speed up the search.

With ease of handling, it can be held securely when wearing gloves thanks to its rubberized grip zone, lightweight design and its ability to fits easily into a hip pocket the DIRACT is always quickly and safely to hand and instantly ready to use.

BADGER shovel
A super lightweight aluminum shovel with an ergonomic, hybrid grip for maximum power transmission. Its sizable blade volume of 2.5 liters is backed up by robust design, pronounced center ridge and high side walls for full rigidity. Non-slip grooves on the top edge of the blade provide adequate traction when wearing boots. A centering aid in the shaft socket facilitates rapid assembly.

ALU 240 probe
A 240cm probe with a quick-lock assembly system allowing for quick and simple set up and collapsing. The tension can be set by simply turning the optimized adjusting screw, the large probe tip ensures improved penetration and featuring easy-to-read depth markers, a clear 1-meter marker and a neon orange bottom segment to optimally adapt the shoveling strategy.

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