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PIEPS Transceiver Pouch DSP Pro
Overview READ MOREComfortable, streamlined storage for the PIEPS DSP Pro Avalanche Beacon.
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DescriptionThe PIEPS DSP Pro Pouch replacement provides comfortable, secure, easy access for your PIEPS DSP Pro, DSP Tour and DSP Avalanche Beacon.
- Neoprene construction
- Comfortable shoulder and waist strap with continuously adjustable fit
- Fast pull system for easy device handling
PIEPS Transceiver Pouch DSP Pro is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Stormskier203 from Not Ready for Prime Time When compare to Pieps Carrying System Classic (“Classic”), a prior model, the DSP Pro disappoints. The shoulder strap is not as wide as that of the Classic; it is less comfortable given the new “bungee” cord lanyard appurtenance sewn into the strap. The lanyard is an improvement, a real plus. Its attachment to the transceiver allows the operator to extend the unit away from his or her body during a search. The shoulder strap design provides the wearer greater flexibility as to where the transceiver pouch can be placed next to the body, at the side or more centered on the chest. However, the adjustment strap tends to slip after it has been set to the desired length when putting the unit on or taking it off. In my opinion this is the worst design feature. Having to re-adjust the strap length when putting on the unit is a hassle. If Pieps improved the unit with incorporating a better “locking” mechanism to secure the shoulder strap length once it is adjusted and increase the width of the shoulder strap, they would then have a product deserving of the “Pro” description and ready for prime time. As it is, it is not.
Date published: 2020-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by ColeG3 from This harness needs a redesign This harness doesn’t stay where you wear it. It wears as a sling over one shoulder instead of two. The clip around the waist helps, but the problem remains. It just doesn’t feel very secure. A harness IMO should wear like a vest. Evenly distributed over the shoulders. The pouch could still be tilted for ease of access, but I have never understood why this was designed to be worn like a sling. It constantly sags and has to be readjusted to sit in the middle of the chest where it should be. I keep my beacon in my pants pocket as a result.
Date published: 2019-06-05