Be prepared for all conditions! This package includes:
- 1 - Tracker 2
- 1 - B-1 EXT Shovel
- 1 - Stealth 270 Probe
BCA Tracker 2 Avalanche Beacon
- Weight: 6.4 ounces/181 grams without harness and batteries
- 10.4 ounces/193 grams with harness and batteries
- Dimensions: 53.51 inches/138.52.5 cm
- Rapid processor and simple user interface
- Real-time, digital display shows direction and distance
- Multiple burial indicator light
- Bright red LEDs (light emitting diodes)
- Uses three AAA alkaline batteries
- Includes a protective carrying case
- Frequency: 457 kHz
- Batteries: three AAA alkaline
- Battery life: minimum 1 hour in search mode after 200 hours in transmit mode (approximately 250 hours in transmit only or 50 hours in search only)
- Limited 5-year warranty
- Assembled and tested in the USA
- Certified to be in compliance with all applicable North American and European norms.
- US Patent #6,167,249 & 6,484,021 B1
- Tracker2 FCC ID: OUNT2
- Tracker2 IC: 3561A-T2
BCA Stealth 270 Snowmobile Probe
Designed for professionals and deep snowpacks, the Stealth 300 is the burliest option in the Backcountry Access Stealth probe lineup.
Our Quick-lock technology guarantees the easiest and fastest assembly on the market. Our nested Stealth probe section helps free up additional storage space in your pack. Say goodbye to flogging cables and deployment hangups. Equipped with lase- etched depth markings and Quick-lock functionality, BCA's Stealth probes are built to last and save valuable seconds during an avalanche rescue when time matters.
B-1 EXT Extended Shovel
The B-1 EXT avalanche shovel is both light and extendable for weight conscious skiers and snowboarders that prefer the comfort and functionality of an extendable shovel.
The 6061 aluminum BCA Bomber shovels feature an oval shaft with a more packable, bombproof, “ferrule-less” blade, ergonomic grip, and T6 heat treatment. Includes an end cap on the shaft, which prevents snow from building up along the inside. The Bomber line boasts an off-the-chart strength to weight ratio, while taking up minimal storage space in your pack. Remember, the excavation process in an avalanche rescue is where the most time can be lost or gained.