When you're out of cell range, whether it be for a week-long backpacking trip or a few months on the Pacific Crest Trail, the SPOT X 2-Way Satellite Messenger will help you stay in touch with family and friends, and stay prepared in case of an emergency. Not only does this handy GPS device let you show your loved ones where you are in the wild, but it also lets you message them when you're far from cell towers. You'll be provided with your own US mobile number for two-way SMS communication, helping home feel a little less far away. SPOT My Account also comes with 14 predefined messages that you can customize and sync to your Messenger, so after a long day of trekking you can quickly let everyone know you're settling in for the night, then conk out in an instant. You can also link to your social media accounts, so your friends and followers can also get quick updates to know you're okay. The X 2-Way Messenger is about more than just staying in touch-- it's about keeping you prepared for anything. That's why it's got an S. O. S function that helps you contact the 24/7 Search & Rescue center for emergency assistance. You'll be able to message back and forth with emergency responders and receive confirmation when help is on the way. Other outdoor functions include impact, water, and dirt resistant performance, up to 10 days of battery life in 10-minute tracking mode, and a built-in compass with programmable waypoints.
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