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Arva Evo 4

Special Price €185.00 Regular Price €234.95
Including V.A.T.

Quick overview

The Arva Evo 4 is a simple and clear avalanche transceiver. The Arva Evo 4 is turned on by connecting it to the harness. The only 2 buttons on it: The well-known 'flag' button, and a slider at the top to switch between Search and Send modes. Despite its simplicity, this beeper does support multi burial search.



  • The software is very easy to understand
  • The design ensures that the control of the device is very easy, no unnecessary buttons
  • Spike handling
  • Multi-burial support
  • The design of this beeper is very glove-friendly
  • This is one of the cheapest beepers with full multi burial support
  • Range: 40m
  • Weight: 220g
  • Dimensions: 135 x 80 x 28mm
  • Battery life: 250 hours, 4AA batteries

Spike handling
Transmitting a signal from a beeper is done with flux lines. These lines can cause a searching beeper to misjudge a victim's location. This has to do with the places where the signal is received the strongest. Due to the flux lines, the signal can be stronger in places where it does not come from, the searching beeper can experience this as misleading and give the wrong position. These spots with strongest signals are the spikes. Spike handling ensures that the searching beeper handles these spikes properly, always providing an accurate and accurate location of the victim.

Multi-burial support
Multi burial support is used when searching for multiple victims. This beeper can suppress signals. When 1 victim has been found, you can suppress the beeper's signal, and continue searching for the next victim.

Flag button
This button can be found in many avalanche transceivers on the market. This button is used once a victim has been found, when searching for multiple victims. Once you've found the victim, press this button and it will be marked with a flag. The beeper will then suppress the beeper's signal and navigate you to the next victim.

Switch to transmit
During the search for one or more victims, a second avalanche may occur. Alt protection for this is in many beepers this functionality. While in Search mode, if the beeper does not move for a certain amount of time, it automatically switches to Send mode. This way you can also be found if you end up under an avalanche while searching.