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Eagle Paragliding Radio Harness

$50.00

After being dissatisfied with most of the Radio Harnesses out there on the market, we decided to make our own. This radio harness is MADE IN THE USA. We have put all of the details that we wanted into this radio harness and we’re very happy with its simple, lightweight design. It has plenty of lanyards for your radio, camera, cell phone. It also has a sleeve for your radio antenna so the antenna doesn’t jab you in the face while you’re flying.

Enloop Battery for Yaesu

$75.00

You get what you pay for. This is an expensive battery, but it is worth it. ENELOOP batteries are made by Sanyo and are the best rechargeable batteries on the market. These batteries maintain their charge for 1 year. After 2 years, they only lose 10% of their charge. After 3 years, 75% of the full charge remains. However, the most important quality of these batteries is that they have no memory effect, which means you can charge them before the battery is entirely run out and there will be no loss in the battery's capacity. This way, you can always keep your radio charged up and not worry about ruining the life of the battery. Also, these batteries can be charged up to 1500 times. So, you will likely never need to replace a battery again. Eneloop batteries also work better than other rechargeable batteries at freezing temperatures, which is a good thing for those flying high altitude.

Foam Cover for Speaker/Microphone

$4.00

This foam microphone cover for your speaker mic will prevent wind noise when you are transmitting while flying. It’s pretty amazing what a difference this thing makes. All of our instructors use this foam microphone cover on their radios.

Garmin InReach Explorer+

$449.99

You may venture off the grid, but you can still stay in touch — as long as you’re carrying an inReach SE+ or inReach Explorer+. These handheld satellite communicators are designed for the outdoor enthusiast who wants to roam farther and experience more — without compromising their loved ones‘ peace of mind. From backcountry experiences to international adventures, inReach provides communication, location sharing, navigation and critical SOS functions for anyone who loves getting away from it all, on land, water or in the skies.

Explore Anywhere. Communicate Globally.

Using the worldwide coverage of the Iridium satellite network, these go-anywhere portable devices let you exchange text messages with any cell phone number or email address — while using GPS to track and share your journey’s progress. You can also post to social media or even communicate inReach-to-inReach in the field.
In case of an at-risk situation, you can also use inReach to trigger an SOS to the 24/7 monitoring center, text back and forth about the nature of your emergency, and receive confirmation when help is on the way.

Garmin inReach Mini 2-Way Satellite Communicator

$349.99

The palm-size Garmin inReach Mini satellite communicator provides off-the-grid contact. At only 3.5 oz, it has 2-way texting, tracking and SOS capabilities. Exchange texts while beyond cellular range with any cell phone. The Iridium satellite network tracks within 5 meters. Share your journey with others, and trigger an interactive SOS to the 24/7 search and rescue in case of an emergency. Pair with mobile devices, access to topographic maps and U.S. NOAA charts, and get the optional inReach weather forecast service. The rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 50 hrs. of battery life in 10 min. tracking mode.

Pin-On Ball Compass

$5.00

This is a plastic, liquid filled ball compass. It measure 1 inch in diameter. There is a safety pin attached to the compass that allows you to attach it to a part of your gear, such as a shoulder strap, or flight deck.