Started by Robinp in Ski Chatter 27-Oct-2003 - 1 Reply
Robinp posted Oct-2003
Cheers in advance,
reply to 'Avalanche transceivers' posted Oct-2003
You will need to practice with it though (like all of them) to ensure you can use it quickly if need be. Working out exactly what the display is telling you is something to learn but once grasped it's all quite obvious.
It comes with a manual giving basic advice for searching, etc. though I'd recommend reading up elsewhere about this (like the articles on pistehors.com referenced from here, for example).
Facewest do a range of transceivers, including the M2 so you can compare prices.
The only possible disadvantage of the M2, compared with some others, is the more technical nature but some say that gives it an edge in precision of searching - but you will have to practice!
Topic last updated on 27-October-2003 at 21:16