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Evo4 Beacon

3 out of 5 stars
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Evo4 Beacon

Hopefully you'll only use the Arva Evo4 Beacon for practice, but its intuitive design makes for fast-and-easy use in emergency situations. The Evo4 is Arva's least expensive beacon with three antennas, and Arva upgraded it with a clearer, digital LCD screen for this season. It can indicate multiple buried victims, and you can mark each victim while you scan each area.

The Evo4 also features group check to make sure it's working with all the other beacons in your party. Arva's clip for safe function turns the Evo4 on when you clip it to the included holster. Arva also included the batteries, and they last 250 hours for long-lasting use.


  • Three antennas
  • Average digital search band width of 40 meters
  • Digital LCD screen with arrows and distance values
  • Marking function
  • Multiple buried indication
  • Group check
  • Clip for safe
  • Batteries and holster included
  • Item #CMA000Y
Digital Range
40 m
marking, group check, clip for safe
4 AAA, LR03 alkaline
Batteries Included
Battery Life
250 hours
Harness Included
Claimed Weight
7.8 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, backcountry touring
Manufacturer Warranty
5 year

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

December 27, 2020

Best for clients

I've put it through the wringer

While this beacon can search, it has some serious design issues for carrying out rescues, especially for team searches. Because you have to pull out the tab to search, you cannot store your beacon while pulling out your shovel and probe, since storing your beacon would mean transitioning it back to send mode. So instead, you're pulling your shovel and probe out, all while your beacon is bouncing around, getting in the way. And this is if you've upgraded to an after market beacon harness. My conclusion is that this beacon was designed for clients of guides, folks that will most likely not be using the search function at all. So, if you want to be able to easily search for your ski partners, I would choose a different beacon.

Annie P