Mammut Barryvox Opto 3000

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With the new Mammut Barryvox and Barryvox S avalanche beacons, Mammut kept the basic functions of both the Element and Pulse beacons (respectively), with goals to improve the simplicity, ease of use and the performance of both beacons. Barryvox: a more basic beacon that will appeal to those who place the highest priority on simplicity and value. Again, this is the replacement for the Element model. Barryvox S: Designed for single burials, or extremely difficult multiple burials involving signal overlap. Compared to its predecessor the Pulse, the Barryvox S has higher performance overall, a simpler user interface, and new background programming that makes searching easier and faster.

- Mountain Gear

When you're looking for your buddy and the clock is ticking, you want an avalanche beacon that's fast, accurate, and easy to use. You can trust the Mammut Barryvox Avalanche Beacon when lives are on the line. The Barryvox is held in a secure, comfortable harness that provides fast access. Tap the search button three times to see a digital signal with the direction and distance to a buried victim. The display is simple to follow, even for those with very little practice (though you should practice often!). You can also choose between digital and analog mode to work more efficiently in the event of multiple burials or big debris zones, where more experienced users tend to prefer an analog beacon.

- Backcountry Outlet

Mammut Barryvox TransceiverFeatures:Digital search through optical distance and direction indicator on LCD display Analog search with acoustic signal from built-in speaker Automatic switching from analog to digital searching (depending on distance) gives better range Automatic switching over from «Search» to «Send» reduces misuse of transceiver and increases safety in the case of further avalanches It is possible to switch off the digital mode and work with just the analog sound, or to permanently switch on the analog sound when searching digitally Earphone connection for use when there is a lot of noise in the surrounding environment Comfortable carrying system with hand loop Automatic power on self-test, as well as permanent monitoring of battery power during use The on/off button is locked to prevent inadvertent use Complies with international standard ETSI 300718 for avalanche transceivers

- US Outdoor Store

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The Barryvox Opto 3000 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$209.27 - $350.00

The Mammut Barryvox Opto 3000 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 9, 2019 at Mountain Gear.

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