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Larsen & Brusgaard  (14179 Hits)

Analog Display with Digital Accuracy At first glance, the ALTITRACK™ looks like many of the more common analog altimeters used throughout the world... but look a little closer. ALTITRACK™ is the only sport altimeter with an analog face but utilizes the most high tech and durable digital components for accuracy that surpasses every other mechanical sport altimeter currently available. L&B has also gone beyond the average by incorporating all of the popular features of our PRO-TRACK™ audible and added several new and useful features to the ALTITRACK™. Imagine a visual altimeter that records your jump information from exit to landing, has the ability to download jump information to a computer, has an ergonomic fit, is both shock and water resistant, has upgradeable software... and most of all... is extremely easy to use... among its long list of features. You just found the answer you’ve been looking for... ALTITRACK™.

Added: 2006-05-10 | Last Modified: 2017-02-28 | Views: 14179 | Item ID: 560

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alti 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: Zach_77069, 2016-12-07

Done almost all jumps with this. granted if you like digital go digital, but as far as analog goes it's the best. granted did a zero g in the plane and it messed up the recording portion of the altimeter, but it still pointed correctly. Also did a a number of hop and pops that it didn't record at all. It still pointed to the correct altitude, which is all that matters to me in the end. Plus, you can add the jump info to it later.

Altitrack 2 out of 5 stars

Review by: cl0wn, 2016-08-01

I bought my AltiTrack from ParaGear at winter and did a couple of tens of jumps with it.
In May, I was doing a hop'n'pop from 5500 ft.

During the climb to altitude, the device was showing correct values, but then around 5000 feet the arrow suddenly dropped to zero.

When I was under the canopy, the arrow was pointing at 11000 feet then about 18000 feet after the landing. I also noticed that the back screen was "blinking" in a weird way. The battery was full.

I sent it back to the manufacturer and had an awful customer service experience. I called L&B several times to find out if they received the device, and I was told to e-mail them. The e-mails were literally ignored for many days and I couldn't get a reasonable response from them.

It's August now and I still don't know the current status of my altimeter and whether I'll get it back any time soon. Beware.

Analog face with digital heart 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: ClarkOz, 2015-10-03

This is the best solution for who likes the analog alti in free fall but also wants a precise digital one with logbook incorporated. Simply as. Has heaps of functions and it's really precise. Comfy on the hand, has an angle of 45º so you don't need to turn your hand to look at it.
Only one cons: price! It costs a bit but eventually it's worth it!

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