/ NEW REVIEW: Mammut Avalanche Safety Equipment
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/review.php?id=4366
http://glenmorelodge.org.uk/avalanche-transceiver-training-park.asp (this one is a year round facility using bark chippings and not reliant on snow)
I don't this right, they will do multiple burials but not like that. They take you to the nearest victim, you "mark it" then it takes you to the next nearest. You can't set your set to search for Dave or Barry, their not that good.
I agree, sorry to be annoying but the description in the article is completely wrong... all transceivers tell you just the distance to the nearest signal and many modern transceivers, including the pulse, allow you to 'mark' one and go onto the next. The pulse is good because it's user interface makes this easy and clear.
Mammut also now make a simpler version of the pulse, worth looking at because it's much cheaper!
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