Provide Updates From Anywhere When Camping

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of SPOT. All opinions are 100% mine.

You read about it in the paper and see it in the news regularly lately about how an explorer, hiker or camper went out for an adventure and hasn’t been heard of in several days requiring a rescue to be mounted.  With the latest mobile technology there are still vast dead areas in the wild and this is where you need to have something like the SPOT Satellite GPS messenger to make sure you will always have contact with friends and family no matter what your location is on the planet.

The SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger allows you to send and receive messages including simple 1 touch button to send a check in letting your family know you are all right and doing fine.  The 

See how the Check OK and Check In buttons work with this video:

Not only can you send messages anytime, but you can have friends and family check in and track your adventure in real time with the SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger which allows you to setup live map widgets and post your location to Facebook or Twitter.

Right now if you buy the SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger you will receive a bonus adventure kit which includes the following:

  • 15% Service Discount Coupon
  • Flotation Case for those who kayak or explore the seas
  • Micro LED Flashlight
  • Safety Whistle
  • Carabiner Keychain
  • Lanyard to hang your SPOT from your neck for easy access
  • Safety Tips Bandanna with dozens of SPOT tips

Whether you are a camper, backbacker, sailor, hunter, climber or kayaker it is important you make sure you can safely communicate with your closest relatives from any spot on the globe if you should run into trouble. The SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger will help keep you safe and keep your friends and family updated with your location on your adventures.

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Updated: November 5, 2010 — 4:01 pm