Altimeters & Mounts

Digital altimeters are quickly becoming the standard for today's modern sport skydiver.  Unlike their analog counterparts, most modern digital altimeters are accurate within 15 feet.  In a sport where every foot counts and miscalculation can be catastrophic, a digital altimeter is a solid choice!

Visual altimeters are to be worn in a highly visual location during freefall to give the jumper an accurate readout of their altitude in relation to the ground in the landing area.  A skydiver can choose between an analog or digital altimeter. An analog altimeter works off of barometric pressure.  They are generally accurate to +/- 200 feet.  They do not require batteries and maintenance is minimal.

Audible altimeters are worn on or inside your helmet to give you audible warnings at varying altitudes.