Media Room

 

j2ski

http://www.j2ski.com/ski-chat-forum/posts/list/13079.page

 “If you are skiing in powder the brakes are …how shall I say…ineffectual!..
Anyway back to the new device; could have done with one of these
in La Plagne a few winters ago – one Rossignol Bandit lost forever in the deep snow!”

uniglobe

http://www.uniglobedorval.com/post/view/find-your-skis-under-the-snow-in-no-time-with-the-resqski-ski

 “To avoid wasting precious time and energy looking for a ski buried deep
into the snow following a fall, Resqski introduce
the award-winning Ski Finder, which is
particularly useful when skiing in the backcountry.”

acadamy

http://thefrenchsnowsportsacademy.com/tag/ben-birt-from-ski-connections-ski-in-serre-school-is-keeping-himself-warm-in-the-woods/

 “The powder is back after a dry New Year……..
A great opportunity to lose your skis.
I would recommend trying the ResQski. It is adsolutely brilliant!”

cool gear

http://www.coolskigadget.co.uk/

“RESQSKI Ski Locator is the ski gadget which is going to revolutionise off-piste skiing,
and open up the trails to skiers who before wouldn’t have dared tread from the manicured slopes”

snow action

http://snowaction.com.au/archives/1077

“How many times have you lost a ski and it has ruined your day?
In Japan it pretty much goes with the territory sometimes, and sure,
powder cords and all that can help but still a ski can shoot off way away
from where you even think you lost it as you faceplanted.
Now, thanks to a smart English skier, Chris Chadwick, the solution is here”

unofficial networks

http://unofficialnetworks.com/resqski-electronic-ski-finder-powder-skis-110646/

“Good idea. These guys should come up with ones for golf balls,
car keys and other stuff. It’s seems a little spendy until the day
comes that you lose one of your $1000 skis and binders.
Powder straps work too and they’re a lot cheaper but you’ll look like my dad in line…”

ski club

http://www.skiclub.co.uk/skiclub/news/story.aspx?storyID=8892#.Ul_y5fmsiSq

“If I had to find a negative aspect of skiing in light and dry,
knee or waist-deep powder… it would have to be the frustration
of helplessly searching for a lost ski.
Retracing your line and poling through snow always seems like such a waste of time.
The RESQSKI has been developed with this frustration in mind
– and overall, it’s a useful piece of kit.”