ACR Bivy Stick
- S.O.S. Rescue Function
- Maps, including offline topo maps
- 100% global satellite coverage
- One of the smallest satellite communicators in the world
- 2-way satellite communication, with synced smartphone
- Dedicated phone number as long as account is active
- Send text messages to phone numbers or email
- Share your location via text message, Facebook or Twitter
- Check-in button & preset messages without using your phone
- Tracking at 10 minute intervals
- Detailed 3 or 7 day weather forecasts
- Access to downloadable offline maps
- Battery backup
- No contract or annual fees
- Communicate with rescue teams directly
- Compatible with all GoPro mounts
- Up to 120 hours of battery life
- Weight = 3.53 oz.
- Reliable network and dispatch service
- One of the smallest messengers in the world
- Offline topo maps
- 2-way messaging
- Minimal functionality without your smartphone
Send or receive a text message from anywhere in the world with this new, extremely small satellite messenger. If you have a view of the sky, you can communicate. You can share your location via text message, Facebook or Twitter. Let your loved ones know where you are and keep track of your progress on our detailed topo maps. When things don’t go as planned, Bivystick will get you in contact with emergency services using GEOS with 24/7 monitoring. Communicate with local emergency service directly to ensure a fast and efficient rescue.
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2 thoughts on “ACR Bivy Stick”
Wow, that looks great you got to love technology stuff like this just keeps getting smaller and better. I have grown up in remote areas and have had a few close calls because I could not contact anyone, now they have this, could be a live saver worth every cent as far as I am concerned.
It really is impressive how much they can pack into these devices while making them smaller. I too have lived in remote areas and hiked a lot with no help nearby and it took be 30 plus years to get smart enough to always keep a satellite messenger with me know when heading into the mountains.