Ortovox Check and Ride

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Ortovox Check and Ride provides you with a portable, adjustable, easy to use, quick reference reminder of the dayAAAs avalanche hazard. Check the report before heading out and simply twist the dials on the Check and Ride to record important data such as overall risk level, wind speed and direction, risky aspects and elevations, and so on. Then just attach the nifty little device to your jacket or pack and consult it for a summarizing re-cap of potential hazards, to ensure you make the best decisions possible in the backcountry.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Ortovox' Check andamp; Ride Snow Safety Tool delivers essential snow safety information to winter backcountry users in a convenient pocket device. Set the segments based on the current avalanche report danger level, weather and altitude, then use the included compass and slope inclinometer to help gauge slope safety. Adjustable bands allow you to set avalanche danger, weather developments, altitude ranges and vulnerable slopes for quick access in the field. Inclinometer for measuring slope angle Compass for determining slope aspect Coated steel wire hanging loop Length: 5-and#188;andquot; Diameter: and#190;andquot; Weight: 1.8 oz. Material: Composite with steel wire Made in Germany Available Colors: SILVER.

- Sierra Trading Post

Ortovox Check and Ride


The Check and Ride has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$8.73 - $15.50

The Ortovox Check and Ride is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 26, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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