50 years of experience, developed and produced entirely in Switzerland: the Barryvox avalanche transceiver, is a product you can rely on when it counts.
The Barryvox scores well on simple navigation and clear instructions. With a large receiving bandwidth and an effective search strip width of 70 meters, it offers users a simple interface and intuitive operation. From an easy-to-read display to buttons that can be operated even wearing gloves, shock-proof and break-proof housing and a revolutionarily simple visual interface, the Barryvox shows that powerful performance and sophisticated search guidance do not need to be complicated.
– Search strip width of 70m digital – Intuitive user interface – Group test – Marking function (mark) – Automatic switching from search to send – Large depolarized display (2.0 inch, segment)
Further information and specifications can be found HERE.
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