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Backcountry Access Digital Thermometer

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Use the Backcountry Access Analog Themometer to know the temperature gradient of your snowpack. BCA designed its snow study tools in conjunction with North America's most experienced avalanche educators. Backcountry Access snow study tools allow you to gather all of the data you need, without breaking the bank.

- CampSaver.com

Stack the odds in your favor by using the Backcountry Access 10x magnifying loupe to study snow crystals. Studying snow crystals allows you to recognize potentially hazardous snowpack before heading into avalanche terrain. 10x magnification enlarges crystals for simple analysis. Backcountry Access 10x magnifying loupe folds down to a compact size so you can carry it on any trip; weighs 1.4 oz.

- REI

Whether you're a backcountry enthusiast, in the midst of a Level II Avalanche course, or an on-duty patroller, rely on the Backcountry Access 10X Magnifying Loupe to give you a close up look at snow crystals and help you make informed decisions when you travel in avalanche terrain. This mini-sized, 10x loupe reveals microscopic views of crystal formation so you can observe, interpret, and make the most educated decisions possible.

- Backcountry.com

The BCA analog thermometer measures the temperature of different layers in the snowpack. Small and lightweight, you can also suspend the thermometer from lanyard over your skis to get an accurate reading of the ambient air temperature. 40 to +70 degrees Celsius (40 to +158 Fahrenheit) Protective sleeve included Weight: 0.6 lbs/26 grams

- OMCgear