Pieps Backup Transmitter

Pieps Backup Transmitter
Pieps Backup Transmitter
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Backup Transmitter by Pieps
The Pieps Backup Transmitter is designed to be worn with your avalanche beacon, and provides a backup if you're searching for a victim after a slide and get caught in a secondary avalanche and separated from your beacon by more than a meter. Once the device senses you're no longer in motion, it goes into transmit mode. This is a backup device only, and not intended to be used instead of an avalanche beacon.

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SKU: BLD00VJ
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