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IP67, MIL SPEC G "GRIZZLY TOUGH"
TAKES WEEKS OF TESTING LIKE THIS
Wolfsin radios are tested and retested in the remote Scottish highlands and in the mountains of South Island, New Zealand in the most extreme conditions possible. Not only are they manufacture-laboratory tested to the usual MIL Spec 810, TIA/EIA603 and IP specification but are continually extreme tested on land, air and sea trials for months in the harshest conditions possible. Wolfsin test facilities in the UK are based in the outskirts of Inverness, Scotland where we regularly leave Wolfsin radios in biting cold -10 to -25oC conditions for days and nights on end often lying in inches of frozen snow. We test them in driven rain in 100 mph winds. We use them in open waters where they are soaked with sea water*.
We heat them to plus 60-70-80oC and then we drop test them again and again . We test them with our engineers in “trial friendly” sports centres where some models of Wolfsin radios are dropped into swimming pools in depths from 1 to 3 metres for 30 to 100 minutes. We deliberately drop them multiple times onto hard surfaces , throw them, strike them, sit on them, then we do it all again and again until were satisfied that the Wolfsin radio is tough enough to remain a pack member.