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Mammut Cartridge Refillable 207 Bar Alu Empty Neutral

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Type: R.A.S. Accessory
Material: Aluminum
Dimensions: 15 x 6 x 4 inches
Pole Attachment: No
Weight: 2 pounds
Recommended Use: Skiing, Backcountry, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Mammut Cartridge Refillable 207 Bar Alu Empty Neutral

Get your avalanche airbag system dialed-in with the Mammut Cartridge Refillable 207 Bar Alu. This 2-lb, refillable cartridge component (delivered empty) is sold separately yet is compatible with Mammut's Removable Airbag System (R.A.S.) and Protection Airbag System, as well as with its Snowpulse avy airbags (winter 2011-2012). The threaded, easy-to-install/ uninstall unit allows for simple refilling with a compressed air source and cartridge refill kit (sold separately). An integrated gauge monitors air pressure to indicate correct psi. A valve protector increases the unit's durability. This is a must-have for backcountry enthusiasts utilizing Mammut's system—shred with some extra security. The tank measures 15 x 6 x 4 in.

Key Features of Mammut Cartridge Refillable 207 Bar Alu Empty Neutral:
  • Aluminum cartridge (needs to be filled with Compressed Air)
  • Easy to install and remove
  • Simple, independent refilling possible
  • Filling pressure can be controlled via an integrated pressure gauge
  • Compatible with the Removable Airbag System R.A.S. and Protection Airbag System as well as with Snowpulse avalanche airbags from the winter season 2011-2012 Valve protector adds durability

Cartridge Refillable 207 Bar Alu Empty

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BENDIK B on Oct 21, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately cartridges cannot be shipped internationally. With all the hysteria in today's world these set off far too many flags with customs.
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