Backcountry Access Slope Meter

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Backcountry Access Slope Meter -
It may not look like much to you at first, but the Backcountry Access Slope Meter packs quite a punch. When you're in the backcountry, bust out this handy-dandy slope meter, align the bottom edge of the meter with the slope, and read the angle. Backcountry Access used yellow, orange, and red tabs to code slopes with the most avalanche potential so you have an extra little warning when the pow looks perfect but the slope is in the red zone. Oh ... it also can be read from the side and above, and it doubles as a ski base scraper.

Insulation:

  • Steel Ball in Liquid-Filled Tube

Features:

  • 0 through 60 measurable degree angles with marks at every degree
  • Attaches to skis or poles
  • Yellow, orange and red zones are marked for critical slope angles
  • Doubles as a ski scraper
  • Stabilizes Quickly for Fast Readings
  • Can be read from the side and above
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The Slope Meter from Backcountry Access.

A must-have item for all backcountry snowboarding trips. Align the bottom edge of the meter with the slope and you'll be able to accurately see its angle. Color coded with yellow, orange, and red zones, the slope meter helps let you know when avalanche potential is high.


Oregon Mountain Community
A steel ball inside a liquid-filled tube displays the slope angle on the BCA slope meter. Slope angle is a very important consideration in slope stability and this trusty device is a valuable addition to your backcountry kit.

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Slope Meter has been designed for measuring a great range of slope angles.


Christy Sports

Slope Meter

0-50 degree angle.
Steel ball in liquid-filled tube.
Marked at every degree.
Stabilizes quickly for fast reading.
Weight: 1 ounce

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Angle Range:0 - 60 degrees
Dimensions:4" x 2"
Weight:1 oz.

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Basically I received a slope meter that had tiny cracks in 2 different spots of the plastic tube. It was very hard to see but renders the slope meter useless as the ball bearing inside gets stuck. This was not broken during shipment as the broken product was inside an un-opened and sealed (well actually stapled) plastic and the plastic itself had zero sign of shock or tear on it. So BCA basically packaged a broken product and I ended-up being the sucker receiving it.
I spoke to backcountry.com about it. Since I was now overseas and not in the USA anymore (where it was originally shipped) then they would not pay for my sending back of the defective one nor the shipping of the new one (but they would credit me for the defective product once they receive it). This is an unfortunate & unusual situation but it just gets to me that because BCA manufactured some defective item I end-up having to pay 2x for international shipping... Sadly the original guy I spoke to at BC.com told me that the shipping back & forth would be paid for since it was a defective item, but after checking the fact I was overseas i turns out it was not true.
So, defective item from BCA + mis-communication with backcountry.com = that freakin blows golf balls.
The last backcountry.com guy I spoke to told me that if I had ordered from overseas directly the 1st time around then they would have paid for the shipping back and forth from Japan in my case for the defective product. But.... when I check on the website this is not what it says. This is only valid for within the US.
So.................if you order from overseas and you want to return a broken item, bring your wallet and get ready to get stuffed like a turkey. Surely something should be done about this.
This is the 1st time in many years of using this site that I come across such a problem. Very disapointed.

addivesite404831 at Backcountry.com on 10/20/2011

Saw these on a shelf at a bricks & mortar store... several of them were broken. The design is really silly as nothing protects the tube that holds the ball bearing. What a waste of manufacturing materials & energy. Even if you get one that's not broken, it's only a matter of time, unless you buy an Otterbox or Pelican type case for it (which would add protection at the expense of fidgetiness & bulk).

reddirt at Backcountry.com on 11/16/2011