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Don't just get the gear, get the right gear.
No matter your experience in the backcountry, or lack thereof, it's important to stay as safe as possible by bringing the right gear—and the right gear starts with the Pro Avalanche Safety Set from Pieps and Black Diamond. The Pieps DSP Pro Beacon features 3 antennaes for maximum searching efficiency, since time really is of the essence. The aluminum blade of the Evac 7 Shovel cuts through snow with ease and helps you move large amounts whether you're digging out a friend or helping to shape a backcountry booter. Everyone knows that carbon fiber is awesome, which is exactly why this package comes with the Quickdraw Carbon 320 featuring, you guessed it, a carbon fiber shaft for lightweight durability. Measurement markings on the probe come in handy for gauging snowpack and for use when digging avalanche pits as well.
- Three antennae
- Multi-victim search
- Three Alkaline AAA batteries
- 400+ hour battery-life in send-mode
- Carrying case included
- Aluminum shovel blade
- Aluminum shaft
- D-grip handle
- 320cm probe
- Pull-cord lock
- Carbon shaft
- Etched measurement markings
- Item #LIB000C
- Q & A
Can you check the pricing on this? If you buy each item separately you get a better discount than buying the package deal.
The BD Quickdraw Carbon 320 costs $99.95, Pieps DSP Pro costs 374.95, and BD Evac 7 costs 79.95. Total separately would be about $555.
Here's the full kit on BD's site for $539.95.
We have it here for $529.95. Looks like the quickdraw 320 and Evac 7 are on sale right now - you could definitely capitalize on that. But our pricing is actually lower than MSRP for this full package from BD.