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Viso II

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Viso II
Viso II
Larsen & Brusgaard  (4255 Hits)

The VISO II™ comprises three instruments: - Digital Alti-meter- Stores detailed altitude information about the last jump for later review. - Digital Speed-Meter- Stores detailed speed information about the last jump for later review. - Jump Counter- Electronic logbook, storing and displaying information about the last 200 jumps. - Can be used to keep track of the number of jumps on a rig.

Added: 2010-06-22 | Views: 4255 | Item ID: 619

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Viso 2 best bang for your buck 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: jumplongisland, 2013-08-30

I purchased the viso 2 after I finished my aff and put about 30 or so jumps on it so far. Really easy to read during freefall and under canopy. A little confusing at first to access the log information it stores after each jump. After a few times playing around it's as easy as operating a cell phone or any other electronic device. Logs you exit alltitude deployment alltitude top speed during freefall and under canopy all very good to have for jump log info. Would recommend purchasing great deal and functionality for the price.

First altimeter 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: fly67, 2012-06-22

I got a Viso II after my AFF since I had a couple mis-reads of the analog ones during AFF. I didn't want to chance that with my life so I went digital. No problems since.

It has simple logging capability which has been great to keep my jump numbers straight.

The only possible issue is that it's hard to read at low viewing angles (say during tracking).


Viso II 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: theplummeter, 2011-03-30

I ordered the Viso II along with the Elastic Wrist Mount. While I have heard nothing but good things about this altimeter and the customer service behind it, I have heard that the stock mounting leaves something to be desired. Looking at the stock mounts with the wax string I can understand those concerns. The elastic wrist mount is wonderful, it keeps the altimeter secure and stays exactly where you put it on your arm. I put mine near the apex of my left arm and I have a perfectly clear view of it both during freefall and under canopy.

The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was how small the altimeter was. I was familiar with the dimensions, but was truly surprised at how tiny it seems when it's in your hand.

The unit functions flawlessly and as advertised once you have learned to use it, which can be a task. Be prepared to read the manual with the unit on hand. Everything is controlled with three buttons (excluding the reset on the side) and each item in the altimeter must be gone through to change anything once you have it in the <access> mode. I'm probably slow, but learning to access and change each of the settings in the altimeter took me a few hours with the manual open and the unit in hand.

Once you have it down life couldn't be better, plus the indoctrination helped with figuring out the Optima II.

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