Viplo FT50/FT60 Superlight Altimeter

Viplo FT50/FT60 Superlight Altimeter

Viplo FT50/FT60 Superlight Altimeter
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The FT50/FT60 altimeter with Superlight Dial by Viplo.

This version of the FT50 altimeter is a unique combination of the FT60 altimeter.

The FT50/FT60 altimeter stocked by ChutingStar has a replaceable, screw-in lens cover and a glow-face for night jumps.

Included with each FT50/FT60 from ChutingStar a padded altimeter carry-case. This altimeter has the FT50 dial for feet or meters with the FT60 casing.

The FT50/FT60 analog altimeter is used world-wide by skydivers. Viplo owner Stephane is well-known for his attention to detail with these altimeters. Each altimeter is hand built and subjected to a series of three tests in both pressure and vacuum chambers. The exterior casing of the FT50/FT60 is aluminum and standard colors are obtained by anodization. The dials undergo anti light reflection treatment.

The FT50/FT60 has been reputed for its robustness, reliability, precision and simplicity, for more than a decade. The FT50 is also used by numerous military groups around the world.

Available in Aluminum, Black, Smoke Grey, Blue, Red, Turquoise, Purple, Orange and Green.

Detail Information

Alarm TypeNo Alarms
Battery TypeBattery not Required
Data Log
Downloadable InfoNo
Feet or MetersFeet, Meters
FunctionAltimeter only
Protective Case AvailableYes
Replaceable LensYes
Saveable ProfilesNo
Visual PortNo
Water ResistantNo
Night Jump GlowYes


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Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

I love It
Is a really beautiful, in aluminium is my favorite, excellent. I love this altrimeter
Review by Marcos C. / (Posted on 6/23/2017)
Mine didn't work, so I returned it.
I bought this altimeter because it was so reasonably priced. Unfortunately, mine did not function properly. On the first dive, when we got to 12,000 ft., it read 14,500 ft. Then, when I was approaching landing pattern altitudes, it went from 2,000 ft. to zero, in the course of a few seconds -- I looked at it, it read about 2,000 ft.; I looked at it a few seconds later, and it was at zero. I looked down, and I was still at least 1,500 ft. AGL. Given this, I lost all confidence in it and sent it back. I'm sure it was probably a fluke, and they are probably really good instruments, but I'm not going to trust my life to a fluky altimeter.
Review by Jump-Dog / (Posted on 11/28/2016)
Great quality product
Bought this altimeter two years ago as a student skydiver and I can't be more satisfied with the product. Great quality and high precision movement. Would recommend it anytime.
Review by Harry / (Posted on 10/4/2016)
Review by Jaime / (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Viplo FT50/FT60 Superlight Altimeter
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