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Contact Backcountry Access Phone: +1-303-417-1345 Hours (MST): Monday- Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Address: 2820 Wilderness Place, Unit H, Boulder, CO, 80301

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Owner’s Manual

the current weather and avalanche conditions. Backcountry Access, Inc. is not responsible for any loss of communication between you and your group due to this product’s improper use, the failure to …

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Backcountry Access - The most trusted name in backcountry

The most trusted name in backcountry safety.undefined. Shop Learn. Support. Team Support Account / en. North America Canada: English French United States: English Europe Austria: English ...

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FAQs - BC Link™ Radios - Backcountry Access

You can see the frequency of each weather channel in the BC Link Manual. Tip: If the transmission of the weather channels is weak in your area, keep the base unit up and manually rotate through channels …

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BackCountry Navigator Manual - Google Docs

BackCountry Navigator User Manual 1. Introduction The popular BackCountry Navigator app for Android was designed to be an easy-to-use topo mapping GPS that can be used virtually anywhere …

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BC Link™ Two-Way Radio 2.0 Backcountry Access

The BC Link™ Two-Way Radio 2.0 is our next generation radio with 2 Watts of power for increased usable range. Smart Mic grill is impervious to packing with snow. On/off/channel selection dial switch …

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BCA Float 22™ Avalanche Airbag 2.0 Backcountry Access

The BCA Float 22 avalanche airbag 2.0 is designed for out-of-bounds, off-piste, freeride, and mechanized skiing and snowboarding. Creating buoyancy and helping you float to the surface, the 150-liter airbag …

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bca BC Link User Manual - Manuals+

bca BC Link User Manual BC Link Advanced User Manual Congratulations on purchasing your BC Link radio from Backcountry Access. This is an important step toward improving …

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bca BC Link 2.0 User Manual - Manuals+

Backcountry Access, Inc. 2820 Wilderness Place, Unit H Boulder, Colorado USA Toll Free Phone: 800-670-8735 Local Phone: 303-417-1345 [email protected] …

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Backcountry Access BC Link 2.0 Backcountry.com

Up to8%cash back . The BC Link 2.0 is the second generation of Backcountry Access's two-way radio designed specifically for backcountry touring, and it comes with twice the wattage for a better …

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BCA Float 32™ Avalanche Airbag Pack with 2.0 System - YouTube

Featuring the Float 2.0 inflation system, the Float 32™ is our full-featured avalanche airbag pack for dedicated backcountry junkies carrying all the essenti...

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Backcountry Access Tracker S Review GearLab

The Backcountry Access Tracker S is a slightly trimmed down, less expensive option than the mega-popular Tracker3. It's built in the same low-profile casing as the T3, which was one of …

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Backcountry Access, . Rescue transceiver T3 FCC ID OUNT3

FCC ID application submitted by Backcountry Access, Inc. for Rescue transceiver for FCC ID OUNT3 ( OUN T3 ) User Manual, Frequency, Reports, Images and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What's the distance for a Backcountry Access 2.0?

    The BC Link 2.0 is the second generation of Backcountry Access's two-way radio designed specifically for backcountry touring, and it comes with twice the wattage for a better performance at the recommended distance of 6 miles and the maximum distance of 40 miles (both with line of sight).

  • What do you need to know about the backcountry BC link?

    The remote-friendly Smart Mic has glove-friendly controls for on-and-off, volume, battery indicator, channel selection, and push-to-talk so you don't have to find the base unit packed inside your backpack to change settings. Screen reader users: the following list provides a visual scale to illustrate the product fit.

  • What can I do with BAC link 2.0?

    The BAC Link 2.0 is simple to use, has good range, is well designed, and has not let me know yet. I use it for backcountry trips and resort skiing. It also can work with your group that is using Motorola or other public channel radios. So you are not limited to communicating with other BAC radios.

  • Which is the most trusted name in backcountry safety?

    BCA: The most trusted name in backcountry safety. ADA ACCESSIBILITY If you are vision-impaired or have some other impairment covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act or a similar law, and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to using this website, please contact us at +1-800-985-2189.

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