Ortovox 3+ Avalanche Transceiver

Ortovox 3+ Avalanche Transceiver

$309.95

The Ortovox 3+ Digital 3-antenna avalanche transceiver makes searching for avalanche victims easier and faster. With intelligent position recognition, the beacon will automatically switch to the best transmission antenna, making you easier to find. Modern features in a simple, easy to use design make this beason a no-brainer, which is exactly what you want in a piece of safety equipment. 
  • Receive function: digital
  • No. of antennas: 3
  • Max. range / search strip width: 40m / <40m
  • Batteries: 1AA Alkaline 1.5 V
  • Transmission capacity: 250h
  • Warranty: 5 years with registration
  • Recco Reflector Inside

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