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L&B Viso II+ Digital Altimeter
L&B Viso II+  Digital Altimeter


 
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The VISO II+™ is a digital faced visual altimeter for those skydivers who prefer a digital display over a traditional analog display. VISO II+™ is packed with features and is the perfect visual solution for skydivers. VISO II+™ can be set to display ALTITUDE or VERTICAL SPEED.
Features
  • NEW HD High Contrast LCD Screen.

    NEW 1mm Thicker, beefier case & 1mm thicker lens

    NEW Updated hardware components w/ a faster processor.

    NEW Wider LCD viewing angle.

    Fits in existing VISO mounts.

    Rugged rubberized coating.

    Electro-luminescent back light for night jumping. Can remain ON for several hours.

    Automatic calibration to local elevation on LCD screen for easy & intuitive operation and information review.

    Logbook with playback of altitude/speed profile for the last jump.

    Operational at sub-zero temperatures.

    Comes with hand mount.

    Stores up to 10 minutes of profile data for your last jump.

    Displays Alti-Meter or Speed-Meter details from exit to landing.

    Records and displays jump information about the last 200 jumps including exit altitude, deployment altitude, freefall time, max speed in freefall and max speed under canopy.

    Choice of readings in feet or meters as well as MPH or KMH.

    Actual Dimensions: 55 x 40 x 13 mm (2.2” x 1.6” x 0.5”)

    Weight: 34 g (1.1 oz) with battery

    LCD Area: 5 cm2 (0.8 square inch)


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5 of 5 best bang for your buck May 12, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
I purchased the Viso 2 after I finished my AFF and put about 30 or so jumps on it so far. Really easy to read during freefall and under canopy. A little confusing at first to access the log information it stores after each jump. After a few times playing around it's as easy as operating a cell phone or any other electronic device. Logs you exit altitude deployment altitude top speed during freefall and under canopy all very good to have for jump log info. Would recommend purchasing great deal and functionality for the price.

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5 of 5 There's a reason... February 21, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
That you see everyone at your dropzone wearing a Viso II. Simple, easy to use, easy to see, and stylish. You know you want a cool arm band that matches your helmet and your shoes and the piping on your jumpsuit. I do. Plus it's super comfortable, much more comfortable than the velcro bands I've used in the past. I recommend reading the instructions first, if you're unfamiliar with the Viso like I was... Don't forget to turn it on BEFORE the plane is in the air, as the Viso automatically calibrates to the local elevation when it's turned on.

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