It’s not just awards season in Hollywood. Tech magazines and blogs awarded and honored the latest and greatest products unveiled at this year’s CES.
In addition to all the great features on SPOT Adventures, we’ve updated the website and added a few things.
You can now create or join user groups. Create groups like “California Hikers,” “Mountain Biking Moms,” or “East Coast Boaters!” You can also start topic discussions within groups.
There's been a lot of great feedback on the new DeLorme Earthmate PN-60w with SPOT Communicator. This week, I'd like to share some of the coolest features you might not know about.
We teamed up with Gear Junkie this holiday season with a “SPOT the Holiday” treasure hunt! We’re kicking off a holiday and gear extravaganza that includes gift guides, contests, and a seven-week-long campaign of giveaways and online treasure hunts where you can “SPOT the Holiday” gifts to win! Each week Gear Junkie will post a question and winners will be chosen at random.
The treasure hunt is underway and it’s not too late to join in!
Click here for all the “SPOT the Holiday” details.
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The SPOT Personal Tracker has been picked as one of the 100 greatest and most influential gadgets from 1923, the year Time’s first issue was published, to the present. We’re cooler than Velcro! What do you think? Take a look at the full list here.
See the review from Peter Ha and even give your own ranking of the SPOT Personal Tracker here.
Dale, a retired community college administrator and instructor, is an avid hiker, backpacker and cyclist. At the age of 67, he now spends most of his free time hiking through the backcountry of Oregon and California alone and with fellow backpackers.
Like many hikers, Dale often worried about connectivity during his travels. This is why SPOT peaked his interest when reading one of his favorite magazines. Soon after, Dale visited REI to purchase his first SPOT device. In celebration of Memorial Day, Dale and 7 other hikers ranging from ages 51 to 74 decided to take a five day trip to Mattole Beach Campground near Petrolia, California. This time, he made sure to add his new SPOT Gen 3™ as a "must bring" item.