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Analog shore hardness tester: a dizzying challenge

In what conditions will arrive the instrument at the arrival after 35 km of jumps and yang?

After the “Capanna Margherita” challenge on the Monte Rosa Mountain, our Shore has to overcome another challenge: the Livigno Sky marathon.

If you are wondering what is it imagine to be in the centre of Livigno surrounded by bars, restaurants and shopping venues. One step away from breath-taking views, climbs, snowfields and wild nature.

 

This is the alpine scenario of Livigno, which has become the point of reference for sky runners precisely for these characteristics. We are talking about athletes that every year run for 35km between jumps, rocks, technical sections and railway tracks.

Not exactly a walk!

One of Axiotek team, Matteo, has joined this challenge running for 6 hours with our analog Shore hardness tester in his backpack without any type of protection.

The goal was to stress the instrument and verify its strength and measurement reliability.

 

We are really satisfied of the final result: the Analog shore hardness tester hadn’t even a scratch at the end of the race, despite the altitude and the bumps in the backpack during the marathon.

The 58 shore points perfectly respect the hardness value range of the hardness test sample!

What is the secret of this strength? Find it out by clicking here!

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