Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Equipped with the latest ARVA technology, the PRO-W is the most complete product on the market. With a secondary frequency, an analog mode, an auto-revert system in the case of a secondary avalanche, and multiple victim marking and selecting, The PRO-W is a powerful tool for avalanche rescue. From the professional and most demanding users to the recreational user, PRO-W was developed for performance while staying user-friendly.

- Mountain Gear

Delivering the newest, fastest technology in a user-friendly, rugged interface, the ARVA Link Avalanche Beacon helps you master basic and advanced search functions without guide-level training. Though fully compatible with standard 457kHz beacon signals, this digital and analog three-antenna beacon also operates with the new W-Link frequency (868mHz). Developed by Mammut for its award-winning Pulse beacon, W-Link enables the Link to connect directly with compatible beacons (like the Pulse), forming an interactive network that speeds up search data and transmits other useful information like a victim's heart rate.

- Backcountry.com

The Arva Link is one of the most efficient avalanche beacon on the market. With the additional W-link frequency, the Link is the most reliable device in multi-victim search situations. The Link's optimal design and highly user-friendly interface makes it the best beacon for professional and advanced user who want the best performance.

- CampSaver.com

Arva Link

previously retailed for:
$314.97 - $449.95

The Arva Link is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 14, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

If you're looking for a new avalanche beacon, check out the best reviewed current models.

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