SPOT 3 Satellite GPS Messenger - Orange
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- Size (LWH): 7.5 inches, 5.5 inches, 2 inches
- Weight: 10.4 ounces
When your adventures take you beyond cell service, SPOT Gen3 lets family and friends know you're OK or sends emergency responders your GPS location at the push of a button. This device is activated by movement and will send tracking updates as long as you move, when you stop so does it. Includes the Emergency SOS feature and a check-in option, sends personalized text messages in non life-threatening situations. Long live adventure.
Top Customer Reviews
Called Spot today, and apparently water damage is not covered under the warranty. Kind of lame for a device that claims a waterproof rating.
At points in my hike I would notice the unit had turned itself off. I was pretty sure the batteries were good, but there is no real way of knowing since there is no warning light that tells the user batteries are low.
In the end, after years with SPOT, I cancelled my service. The concept is great, but if I become incapacitated in the backcountry (where I end up a lot) I don't want to wonder if my SPOT is going to speak to someone out there.
Be careful, is all I am saying. Make sure it works for you.