"That's a very good idea. Where did you buy it? I answered that I made it, and maybe next year will be on the market. 

 And then he asked: How will you call it if I want to buy one?

I laughed and told him:  I don't have yet a name".

Thank you for purchasing the Ski Finder and Avalanche Rescue.

This ski accessory will increase your chance to find a lost ski in deep snow powder, and your chances of survival in an Avalanche.

This ski accessory was designed and invented by an advanced skier, after lost of a ski, and based on his own experience and skiing history.

 

The Ski Finder and Avalanche Rescue is ready and extremely easy to use:

 

1)   Put this accessory around your leg above the ski pants and adjust the length of the belt in according to your leg.

2)   Inside each pouch there are two red straps.

 

3)  When skiing off-piste, open the zipper about 4 cm (1.5 in) and attach the strap with the Stainless Steel hook to the ski binding, or to the eye that you can attach to the ski with 2 small Stainless Steel bolts. This strap is the one closest to the zipper opening.

 

4)   The other strap is permanently sewn to the pouch.

 

5)   At the end of each strap there is a Velcro hook or loop.

 

6)   In the Ski Finder Mode the Velcro hook and loop are separated, and in a fall, when the binder is released from the boot, the strap linked to the ski will be pulled out of the pouch, leaving a 5 m' (16.4 ft) long strap trailing behind the ski, that will make it Easy for Ski Retrieval.

 

7)   In the Avalanche Rescue Mode the Velcro hook and loop are linked together, and if caught in an Avalanche, when the binder is released from the boot, the strap linked to the ski will pull out of the other strap that is sewn in the pouch.

 

The force required to separate the Velcro is sufficient to pull out the other strap, but small enough for not causing any damage to the skier knees or hips.

 

 

Each strap is 5 m' (16.4 ft) long, thus apparently will increase your height, or your ski length by 5 m' (16.4 ft) and that will make the ski Easy to be Found, or if buried in the snow, any sign above the snow, will ease the Rescue Team locating efforts.

If you felt in the deep snow, and your ski binder was released from your boot, simply roll the strap on two fingers and put it back into the pouch. Inside the pouch there are two elastic bands that will keep the rolled straps ready for next use.

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The Ski Finder and Avalanche Rescue is designed to increase the chances to rescue people in case of being caught in an Avalanche.

We will not accept liability for injury or loss of life.

 

We do not guarantee that on all occasions you will find your lost ski. In exceptional cases the ski may be buried too deep in the snow.

We will not be responsible for the replacement or cost of a lost ski.