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Old 02-12-2019, 07:54 AM
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Anyone have experience with the pieps iprobe one or two?
If i chose this route, i am sure i will spend the extra coin on the two.
Just not sure i should spend an extra $100 on a probe i may never use....

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We bought a bundle that came with the iprobe, pieps mini transceiver and a shovel at the snowmobile show this year for a good price- it was the same or less as similar bundles with a regular shovel/probe/transceiver- I don't know if I would pay $100 extra for the iprobe over a standard probe but it seems like a neat idea. I haven't really had a chance to try it out and see how well it works.
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We have used the 2 lots in practice. Works awesome. It’s cool that when you use it with a Pieps beacon that it will suppress the beacon signal as long as it’s right close to it. If the probe is pulled out the beacon starts to transmit again.
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