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  Reply # 1106283 11-Aug-2014 11:32
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You can make yourspot tracker positions avaiable online, so you can always someone else to keep an eye on them too if you really want. IMO spot trackers are an overkill and you need to be able to see the sky ie outdoors use for a spot to work well.

Just a heads up that any device that uses GPS for its location sensing is prone to canyoning in urban locations with narrow streets and tall buildings. Newer devices less so but might pay to test accuracy of any solution you go for before using it in anger.

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  Reply # 1106634 11-Aug-2014 17:37
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Have alook at these. They have two way comunication (TXT) http://www.alwaysinreach.co.nz/index.php/why-inreach/10-product/16-outdoor-recreation


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  Reply # 1107786 13-Aug-2014 17:14
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I used to use one of their TR-101 some time ago and it was great, not the greatest battery life  but hopefully the never version is better.  http://www.globalsat.com.tw/products-page_new.php?menu=2&gs_en_product_id=3&gs_en_product_cnt_id=25


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