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Backcountry Access Stealth 240 Carbon Probe

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    When ounces (and seconds) matter.

    With the Stealth series, Backcountry Access already had the easiest and fastest probe assembly system on the market. It then decided to take things a step further and use the superior strength-to-weight ratio of carbon to create the Stealth 240 Carbon Probe. The result is an easy-to-use, ultralight probe with no decrease in reliability or toughness.

    The Quick-Lock system has no loose cables to cause hang-ups, allowing you to deploy the probe in mere seconds, which is crucial when every second counts in a rescue situation. Laser-etched depth markings further increase efficiency by helping you take accurate depth readings without having to squint or double-check. Plus, the whole things folds up into a very compact size, so you don't have to waste any space in your pack.

    • Ultralight carbon probe for avalanche rescue
    • Quick-Lock hardware for easy and fast deployment
    • Laser-etched depth markings for quick readings
    • Item #BCA000Z

    Tech Specs

    94 in
    Deployment System
    Collapsed Length
    15.7 in
    Claimed Weight
    7.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    easy to extend

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Purchased the BCA brand to fit in my BCA Float 18 airbag as I had difficulty getting the bag to zip with my old probe.. This probe is compact and extends quickly and securely. Lightweight and sturdy when probing during beacon practice.