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Mammut Probe 240

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    Lightweight safety to complete your trifecta.

    When you head into the backcountry, make sure your safety trifecta is complete with the Probe 240 from Mammut. This probe features 240cm of durable aluminum in a lightweight, easy-to-use package. The telescopic locking system at the top keeps things secure, and one-sided shaft markings are perfect for taking measurements in your snow pits throughout the day. With a collapsed length of 45cm, the Probe 240 fits comfortably into your avy pack, waiting to be deployed to the rescue.

    • 240cm extended length
    • Telescopic locking system
    • 11mm diameter aluminum shaft
    • 45cm collapsed length
    • One-sided shaft markings
    • Item #MAM009D

    Tech Specs

    240 cm
    Deployment System
    telescopic lock
    Collapsed Length
    45 cm
    Claimed Weight
    7.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Get probed.

      Buying a probe is like buying a bra for your wife. I take that back.. I actually know what size to get her.

      This is a 240cm length.. So just under 8 feet by an inch and a half.

      Do you need a longer one? Of course every man wants a longer one, but you are dealt what you got , so use it.

      I not only wanted a probe for probing my friends but for probing for crevasses. If I was backcountry touring or out of bounds skiing I might opt for a longer probe.

      A 280 is only 15 inches longer. If I am the one getting probed I might prefer a shorter length.

      The Mammut probe is very nice and it is green. So yes, my probe is green and it isn't the longest probe out there.

      And as the old saying goes.. " It's not the length of your probe that matters.. It's how you use it" .