Backcountry avalanche gear isn’t usually discounted this time of the year but some big retailers are currently going for it. So woo-hoo if you need to upgrade or purchase your first avalanche beacon or avalanche airbag right now!
Beacons at Backcountry.com
Beacons at CampSaver.com
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A big sale still continuing on all avalanche beacons and other avalanche equipment over at Backcountry.com.
Avalanche beacons sales and discounts are rare, especially in the 25% range. It’s because avalanche beacons are not high margin retail products, so when stores discount... read more »
Ortovox s1 avalanche beacon is currently on big sale of up to 45% off its regular price!
(as of June 12, 2011)
This is likely due to the fact that stores are selling their S1 units before its updated version, Ortovox S1+, comes on the market during the 2011/12 season.
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Currently (as of Mar 28, 2011), there are great discounts on all avalanche beacons across the internet. It could be called even a “price war” waged by the online stores where all of them are rushing to unload their inventories before stocking up for next season.
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Ortovox, a leading manufacturer of avalanche safety gear, will upgrade its S1 avalanche beacon to S1+ by fall of 2011.
Despite the addition of the new technology the S1+ should look like the current S1 with maybe only few cosmetic changes.
The addition of the small “+”... read more »
Christmas is about giving and showing that you care. But why not use this opportunity to also benefit yourself
Avalanche safety gear makes for the perfect gift because the receiving person can use it to save your life. With this in mind (as a clear fact) you should not be gift shopping... read more »
Backcountry Access Tracker2, also known as Tracker 2, is in a short span of time becoming the most sold avalanche beacon in North America.
First units were released for retail only one year ago (December 2009) and a full-on distribution didn’t happen until February of 2010.... read more »