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Skytronic FX


Jessica  (B 25202)

Jul 14, 2001, 8:21 AM
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I was looking at audibles on the Para-Gear site, and I saw this "new" Skytronic FX. It looks like it does approximately the same job as a Pro-Track, but for $100 less. Anyone know anything about it?


Jul 15, 2001, 9:31 AM
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I have two Pro-Dytters mounted on one ear. I cannot imagine not hearing them on a dive.

As for the Pro-Track, I'm not interested in how fast I fell or for how long, I just want to hear something warning me that I should start doing something in the eventuality that I am too focused on the dive and lose altitude awareness.

Whatever you buy:

Don`t rely on it.


Premier PhreeZone  (D License)
Jul 15, 2001, 9:59 PM
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One of the cool things you can do on a protrack it set it to beep above 6500 feet. I've set mine to beep at me @9000 on a few cross county jumps just so I remember to look at my altitude. The loging function is cool too. reminds me just how many jumps i made each day. It also reminds me that the bank statement is going to say NO MORE!!! Oh well! Any one want to jump? Smile

Whoa... That was cool!

numskull99  (D 24034)

Jul 15, 2001, 10:08 PM
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I bought me a skytronic FX a few months ago.
I like having everything done for me, it makes logging jumps easy. It was kinda a pain to figure out how to set it up because they forgot to add some of the instructions with it. I wish you could adjust the volume in it though. It is hard to hear when I put it in a protec, but in a Z1 or other nice helmet it is fine. But I enjoy it very much. And I feel it is much better of a deal than ProTrack, considering it does all the same things.


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