• 2-way satellite communication, with synced smartphoneBivystick
  • Share your location via text message, Facebook or Twitter
  • 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
  • Weight = 12.0 oz.
  • Pro’s
    • Reliable network and dispatch service
    • Solid construction
  • Con’s
    • No functionality without your smartphone
    • Large and heavy

Send or receive a text message from anywhere in the world. 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.

Bivystick Satellite Communication Device.
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Bivystick Satellite Communication Device.
  • Send and receive text messages from anywhere in the world
  • Tracking and location sharing at a 10 minute interval
  • Weather forecast 3 day or 7 day detailed based off your location
  • SOS service to call in professional help when needed
  • 5200 mAh backup battery for your phone

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  • Physical dimensions
15/8″ x 5 5/8″ x 1 1/8″
  • Weight
7.0 oz
  • Water rating
IPX6 Pending
  • Battery
Rechargeable internal lithium ion
  • Battery capacity
  • Battery life
Up to 400 hours at 10-minute tracking or 1-2 complete smartphone charges; and up to 3 months when power off
  • Memory/History
  • High sensitivity receiver
  • Interface



World Wide Coverage


2-Way Messaging




Tracking & Sharing


Initial Cost & Subscription Plan



  • Global Satellite Network
  • 2-Way Messaging
  • SOS Distress Call
  • Weather Forecasts
  • Flexible Service Plans


  • Must be Synced with Smartphone
  • Size & Weight
  • Initial Purchase Price

12 thoughts on “Bivystick”

  1. Wow! Nice review on Bivystick. I never knew it can provide emergency service by using geo’s with 24/7 monitoring. You’ve done a great job for providing detailed explanation on the pros, cons and specifications. I really like the colour of the design, very attractive to me, planning to get one of it. The 3 or 7days weather forecasts is very interesting. Thanks for putting this together, much obliged

    • You are welcome and thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

      The Bivystick is really breaking ground in the market and the competitors need to pay attention as the satellite messengers may be making some changes in the future because of it.

      Let me know when you buy one and what your thoughts are after using it. I would love to hear more about your opinion of it.



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