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G3 AlpRide Avalanche Airbag Inflation Kit

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    AlpRide Avalanche Airbag Inflation Kit

    The AlpRide Avalanche Airbag Inflation Kit consists of two gas cylinders designed for the AlpRide 1.0 and 2.0 avalanche airbag systems for backcountry touring. AlpRide's light, compact airbag system uses the same dual-canister design as life jacket cartridges used by the Navy for nearly fifty years for its strong, reliable inflation and leakproof durability. Since they're leakproof and easy to use, these canisters must be replaced after each use. They are approved by the IATA for flight travel.

    • Gas cylinders for AlpRide 1.0 and 2.0 avalanche airbag systems
    • Dual-canister design trusted and used in the Navy for 50 years
    • Non-refillable cylinders must be replaced after each inflation
    • In accordance with IATA (table 2.3.A) regulations for baggage carried by passengers
    • Item #GGG003Q

    Tech Specs

    Deployment System
    compressed gas
    Compatibility
    AlpRide 1.0, AlpRide 2.0
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 1 year

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    Can you just carry an Airbag (say the G3 Cabrio) on board a flight with these 2 cartridges? They are non- refillable, so will TSA let you carry them on board?
    Not a fight I want just before boarding a flight..

    Unfortunately, I don't think TSA will allow these as carry on or in your checked luggage. Here is the direct language from TSA’s website: "Except for personal medical oxygen cylinders, you can only carry an EMPTY compressed gas cylinder onboard a plane" While these are IATA approved for flight travel, meaning you could bring them with you when heli-skiing or possibly air travel outside of the US. My guess is they will be compensated by security at US airports.