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11-14-2011 08:22 PM
marcdeo
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Originally Posted by nzboardlife View Post
i endorse this product.

Remember kids to never leave home without spares
Always replace above ~65% battery power
never buy a plastic shovel
or a cheap probe... you get what you pay for i promise you that much
can u recommend products?
03-05-2011 01:34 AM
nzboardlife i endorse this product.

Remember kids to never leave home without spares
Always replace above ~65% battery power
never buy a plastic shovel
or a cheap probe... you get what you pay for i promise you that much
03-04-2011 09:59 AM
killclimbz
Avy beacons: All Alkalines all the time

This is just a reminder to always use Alkaline batteries in your transceiver. No lithium and no rechargeable batteries. They don't work or have a rapid fall off in power output in the case of rechargeable batteries.

Here is an article regarding the matter.

Lithium Batteries and Avalanche Beacons

I am pretty sure our seasoned vets know this, but for the n00bs getting into backcountry riding, this is important stuff to get right.

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