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Mammut Element Barryvox Avalanche Package

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The holy trinity of avalanche safety.

Reap the benefits of the backcountry's untracked lines and blissful solitude with the Mammut Element Barryvox Avalanche Package. Considered the holy trinity of backcountry snow safety equipment, this avalanche package contains everything you need, besides the snow safety knowledge and experienced ski/ride buddies, to travel through avalanche terrain. Inside this package you'll find Mammut's Element Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver, Probe 240, and Alugator Light shovel.

The Element Barryvox Avalanche Transceiver is a digital three-antenna receiver for precise pinpointing of buried avalanche victims. Its 50-meter digital range, intuitive one-button interface, large LCD screen, and multiple burial detection make for helpful location of avalanche victims—with plenty of time spent practicing, of course. Plus, it features upgradeable firmware for keeping the transceiver up-to-date for years to come.

The included Mammut 240 Probe is made from lightweight, durable aluminum. One-sided shaft markings are ideal for taking measurements in snow pits when you're analyzing instabilities in the snowpack. It collapses to 45 centimeters (roughly 18 inches) for easy travel within your backcountry pack. Additionally, you'll find Mammut's super-rugged Alugator Ride shovel that's made from hardened, anodized aluminum. This shovel collapses to 23 inches in length for efficient carrying.

  • Three-antenna digital transceiver
  • 50-meter digital range
  • Multiple burial detection
  • 240-centimeter aluminum probe
  • Probe suitable for use with gloves
  • Hardened, anodized aluminum shovel
  • Item #MAM00H8

Tech Specs

Beacon Antenna
3-antenna digital
Beacon Range - Digital
50 m
Beacon Battery Type
3 AAA alkaline
Beacon Battery Life
250 hours
Shovel Blade Material
hardened and anodized aluminum
Shovel Blade Dimensions
10.25 x 8.5 in
Shovel Length - Assembled
31 in
Shovel Length - Packed
23 in
Shovel Weight
1 lb 6.9 oz
Probe Material
Probe Length
240 cm
Probe Packable Length
45 cm
Probe Weight
7.9 oz
Recommended Use
backcountry touring, avalanche safety
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Easy to use, solid kit

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Your first avy kit can be really intimidating, and you certainly don't want it to be hard to use in the Backcountry. The Mammut Baryvox beacon is extremely easy to use, really accurate, and I love the design of the harness. The shovel that came with the kit is much sturdier than similar ones from BCA and Arva, but still remains super light. Luckily I haven't had to use any of the kit in a rescue, but I wouldn't go in the backcountry without this setup!
Please note the shovel and probe are not as pictured... i got a blue shovel with blue handle and a green probe, but different colors keep up the stoke!

Mammut Element Barryvox Avalanche Packag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Pro: processor on the beacon is super fast.. much better than what BCA or others offer.. so cant go go wrong with this

Con: Probe is not very sturdy.. probably wouldn't survive a hard slab search.

Neutral: Shovel is ok.. I wish it was slightly larger and fully collapsible.

Don’t leave home without it

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Shovel is sharp and sturdy. Luckily I haven’t had to use the beacon and probe in anything but drills. Really like how you can switch the beacon into search mode without taking out of its harness.

Does the Barryvox element mammut transceiver come with a carry holster?