America has the #1 rated ELD. DOT is certified and FMCSA approved. Most affordable ELDs are on the market. The free My20 app is all you need, no additional hardware required. There is a prescription service required. The subscription is pre-paid annually. Simple to implement. The My20 ELD has a standard 9-pin ECM connection. There is a cable required for the ports. It's easy to use, just install the My20 ELD in your diagnostic port, download the app, and link your phone to the app. It's easy to use, just install the My20 ELD in your diagnostic port, download the app, and link your phone to the app.
👤The seller needs to be more clear about the cost. If you buy this device, you'll have to pay $129.99 for it, but you'll also have to subscribe to a service to make it work to record duty status. The initial cost was $429.99. A different customer reviews a $25 bill annually. If the only option is a yearly or bi yearly bill before service works, they should not mention a monthly cost.
👤The device is awesome. I ordered this after having a bad experience with the device and customer service. The only thing in the box was the ELD, which is very small, almost invisible in my truck. The app is easy to use. The device has instructions on how to install. The customer service was top notch and they were able to put my information in to get the device going. They checked on me all day to make sure the device was working. I haven't had any problems so far. I can easily edit and sign off on my hours, because it logs them as they should. This is the one for an ELD. 100% recommend.
👤The people at Konexial were great to talk to. The product is frustrating. A mind of it's own at times and flat out doesn't work much of the time. When it goes back to add something, it only adds a portion. I spent a lot of time trying to get it to work. I paid for a year's worth of service to get a military discount. Thankfully I found an app to use for logging until I can get a new service in place.
👤The app changes your status from off duty to driving at least 3 times a week, it's a joke. The status is changed randomly. It took me 34 hours to drive back after taking my 34 hours off. Try to explain it to the DOT. It happens a lot. Don't waste your money.
👤It takes care of your IFTA and you stay compliant.
👤These guys are great. The support team is great. They are always on it when I have questions. Integrity and transparency are hard to come by these days. These people have it. I am an owner operator. I deal with a lot of different companies. Tell me what you want to hear. The My20 team is simple and easy to use, along with the device that is easy to install. In minutes, I was compliant. Immediate gratifacation!! These guys have great things coming soon to help independent operators and bigger trucking companies. Is it possible to go wrong? It's easy to install and support is great. No regrets! The trucking company is called RP Trucking.
👤We ordered several units, even our drivers who can barely work a smart phone seem to have no problem using this unit, it was fmcsa approved, registration was simple, and Konexial was right there if we needed them great product.
👤Installation is easy in the smallest ELD. Software is easy to install and use. Customer service is friendly and knowledgeable.
The device is detected by the PC as a disk and does not require drivers. Time to First Fix. The average is 1/33/35 seconds. It was warm and cold at the start. AGPS: 15 seconds. The output message is NMEA 0183. The default is GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC. Without aid, the accuracy is 3.0m 2D-RMS 3m CEP. The user's Frequency is 1 - 5 Hz. The dimensions are 72.2 (L) X 46.5 (W) X 20 (H)mm.
👤My first self-contained gps receiver was this one. I bought a non-logging receiver called the XGPS 150A from dual electronics and it works well, but I didn't want to pair it with a device that I really needed. I bought the Q1000XT because it does work. I thought about getting the cheaper version, but decided to get the logging for the price, so I can use it one day. Even indoors, this locks very quickly. It works with everything I need it to do. I tried the logging and it showed the track that I took, speed and altitude. The software is so bad that I am giving four stars instead of five. It is not intuitive to use and only works on Windows. There is a utility written in Java that works on the Macbook too. The cover is cheap and nasty, but better than nothing.
👤I'm very happy with my first gps logger. I bought it in time for my trip to the Puget Sound. It worked like a charm, be it Olympic Nat'l Park, Victoria, or Seattle. The thick interior walls of the EMP in Seattle made it difficult for me to find a problem. The software works. I use gpicsync to write the data to the EXIF, but the included software works perfectly for getting the data. The battery life is amazing. I would usually charge this every night, but it could be turned off at night. Haven't used the feature, can't really think of any uses.
👤Does what it is supposed to do. The battery life is great. The QTravel software that was provided with the unit was the problem I encountered. When I tried to import a GPX file from the software, it was missing a lot of data. I spent a lot of time with their support staff, they were not the most responsive but willing to try to help, we were able to determine that there was a bug in QTravel, but Qstarz Data Viewer, also provided, would export correctly. I asked when the Q travel software would be updated, but was not given a response. It's working for my purpose and I'm happy with it now.
👤I own a lot of gpss but was attracted to this one because of its review, size, battery life and dual log/nav function. I got to try for a week. 1. Tracking accuracy and sensitivity. This is the best I've ever had, compared to the older models. Tracking in a thick canopy is very good, and correct when my forerunner 310 started to drift. I put the unit in my pocket and it tracked correctly. There are 2 wireless connections - no problem. I can't use my mobile PC navigation prog. It is possible that it is user fault, but will report back here later. The software is delicate and so-so. It can be tag some distance away, even though the track log is accurate, as reported by some others. It is likely the software tag algorithm issue, so spend some time figuring and playing with it. There are ways around this, but it's not the point. 5. Someimes units are not detected. I have to switch off and on again. Tracking accuracy, sensitivity, and battery life are more important to me. It can get a rating of 5.5 stars for these 3 attributes. I can only rate it as a 4 star product because it is not perfect. The picky users who are not familiar with computer stuff are irritated by the errors ingeotagging. I will play with it for a while and come back with more information.
Add Gps. You can strengthen your Gps signal on any device by connecting via wireless. The free downloadable app provides accurate gps coordinates, position update rate change, and much more. Being able to add accurate gps to your device will allow you to use hundreds of available apps. The Gps receiver has a battery life of over eight hours of continuous use and comes with a usb charging cord. That will stick to most surfaces.
👤It works better than I anticipated. I have an older WiFi only iPad Mini that I wanted to use for navigation but it doesn't have built-in gps. When I connected my iPad mini to the dual XGPS105A via a wireless connection, it asked to download the accompanying app. The app is useful. It tells you the number of satellites you are connected to, the signal strength, position information, and the battery status. I turned it on in the house because I couldn't wait but I was able to connect to multiple satellites with ease. I thought I would have to go outside. With the gps locked and loaded, I tried out some maps. Both worked well. My weather radar map is now location enabled. Awesome. I have taken it down the road a few times now, about 100 miles total, without issue, but I will update this review once I have a longer road trip under my belt. I didn't expect to see the app mentioned in any of the reviews or forums. This thing is special. I can't wait to try it out against other devices, like a newer iPad, windows tablets, and some surveying equipment. I will report back, but so far it's been good.
👤Don't buy anything from AXXERA or DUAL. The unit will work for 25 times, then the internals will short out, killing the battery, but they will sell you another battery. Next year there will be some other name. They changed their names to keep up with consumer fraud. Don't buy anything made by these people. You will be sad.
👤I bought a gps receiver for my Jeep. This product works in conjunction with my Apple iPad and provides pin point accurate gps for any app you are using. It takes 5 to 10 minutes to connect to my iPad via BluTooth once I turn on the puck. This could be my fault. Overall very pleased! It's easy to charge up at home or in your vehicle. Very easy to use. I stuck a piece of tape to the back of the vehicle and it still works.
👤For almost two months, use the dual XGPS150A with my iPad 2. Since the iPad 2 didn't have a gps receiver installed, I decided to use the dual XGPS 150A, which is described in the technical documentation to receive 12 gps and up. The dual XGPS15A is a free navigation app that has a very simple and minimalist design. The dual XGPS150A receiver is small and has Haptics very pleasant. The gps is green. The Bluethooth connection is created relatively fast after switch on, but the GLONASS satellites are not supported, but they are displayed in the app, but they are crossed out. It happens in dense forests on winding roads and in large cities close to tall houses. When you're on foot in New York, Boston, and Chicago, the pressure point is non-tactile, so locating is almost non-existent. The dual XGPS150A would no longer splash water and dirt if you removed the plastic cover and cut a hole in the non-slip pad.
The handheld gps is reliable. The 2.2” sunlight-readable color display has a 480 x 320 display area. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the Topo Active maps. Tracking in more challenging environments is possible with the support of gps and GLONASS satellite systems. There is 8 gigabytes of internal memory for map downloads. A barometric altimeter and a 3-axis compass are added to the ETrex 32x. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries.
👤A lot of the negative reviewers didn't understand what they were buying when they ordered this. This isn't a replacement for your maps and it isn't intended to be. Some of the negatives are positive features. It was large. It's large, but it will take a lot more beating than a small smart phone. The shape makes it easier to hold in the hand. 2. There is no touchscreen. Have you ever tried to use your phone in the rain? Touchscreens are great in warm climates. It is designed for use in dirty environments. 3. The user interface is outdated. This sort of phone is similar to a 2008 cell phone. The layout is easy to set up and contributes to the battery life. 4. AA batteries. The eTrex doesn't have a rechargeable battery like every other electronic device. It's difficult to understand why they think this would be a good idea. If you're out on a long hike/camping/hunting trip for several days, it's unlikely that you'll have access to a charging port, which makes it easier to just pop in two new batteries when the old ones run out. 5. There is a memory capacity. The maps take up the entire integrated memory. You can buy a 32gb card for $6 and download as many maps as you want. There are lots of videos on how to do this. 6. There is no map detail. I haven't encountered any flaws with the maps, so unless you're trekking through Gates of the Arctic, you'll probably be covered on any state or local trails. 7. Inaccuracy of location. The registered location is close to where I'm actually standing. My cell phone is usually off by 50 to 100 feet. It's not the point of exactitude, it's to help you find your way back to your camp, etc. Being off by a few yards isn't a big deal if you're within sightline. There are 8. There are noroutable maps. It operates differently than your phone's map app. You type in the address and it takes you there. It's not clear why people think it won't. There are 9. The features and interface are confusing. I can't believe this one. There are lots of videos and articles on how to use features. I download AllTrails Pro trails into Basecamp and then export them onto the eTrex when I'm ready to go. I follow the trail on the device. There are two more When I go on a non-prepared trip, I use the eTrex to record my track and save it on the device, then I plug it into my computer and send it to Basecamp. Done. If you're outdoors a lot, you're willing to dedicate minimal time to understanding how to use it, and you understand that this sub-$200 gps that will last you for a decade is not intended to replace your $800+ cellphone.
👤The company is abysmal. The product they have created is straight out of the era of the Blackberry. They offer nothing in the handheld market that is close to a modern device. This piece of hardware and software is not good. I will return it. I didn't return the inferior Garmin that I have in my car, and it burns me up. Never again! The screen is tiny, and I have encountered other issues in my brief period of ownership. I need to hike in the desert. The screen is useless. My phone works in the same way with no glasses. - The best tech minds don't work for Garmin. - The screen gets bumped in your pocket and you lose battery life. You can't search for a location by state, it returns zero results. The method to change the order of items in the Main menu is different from the Route Planning menu. - The deleted tracks menu contains all the settings. What? There are no maps. The data is solid, so I give this 2 stars instead of 1 Since my return of this device, I have been using a solution. I wanted a dedicated device just for mapping, I hike extensively off trail. I bought a burner phone at a box store and it works without being activated. I disabled all the apps that I could. I bought and downloaded Gaia for mapping and route finding. You can download maps before you leave. You can get phone service if you don't have to download maps, but it will cost more. I made the device bulletproof by adding a protective case with a backpack clip and an external battery pack. The setup has been great. Gaia is awesome. There are maps on the screen. The hardware and software are easy to use. The accuracy is very good. I have access to a lot of maps. Finally, it's a cheaper option. It's shocking that the company that does this can't do it.
The 406 MHz Emergency Distress signal with 121.5 MHz Homing signal is used to send distress signals to Search and Rescue forces around the world. A small, rugged, lightweight personal locator beacon with attachment clips, belt clip, oral inflation tube clip, straps and lanyards for increased wearability for hikers, boaters, campers, climbers, RVing and all your outdoor adventures. Use the optional 406Link testing subscription to send pre-canned non- emergency self test and gps test messages to multiple contacts via text message and email. Global Coverage using the 3 satellite constellations of COSPAS-SARSAT, which sends your distress message directly to Search and Rescue agencies worldwide without the need for a rescue monitoring center Multiple visual signals are ensured by the use of a Strobe light that is bright as well as an IR Strobe light. Multiple visual signals are ensured by the use of a Strobe light that is bright as well as an IR Strobe light.
👤Do not buy this beacon if you see that it is being sold by a company called Orbital Satcom Corp. When we tried to set up our beacon, our satellite registration was rejected. ACR and the NOAA found out that Orbital Satcom Corp is illegally refurbished beacon from the UK. The beacon won't work in the US. I flagged Orbital Satcom Corp with Amazon because I am concerned that more of these illegal beacon may be on the market. We rely on this beacon to save our lives when we are fishing off shore without cell service. If we had an emergency, we would not have been saved because it was not working. $375 is spent on an emergency product that will not work and it has been illegally reprogrammed.
👤A brand-new sealed unit was received. The self-test failed immediately. ACR initially was very responsive, but then told me that they don't know when they will be able to provide a replacement, and that all their stock is allocated to filling new orders. Good luck getting a warranty replacement if you buy one of these. This is not acceptable on safety equipment.
👤The product was received in a timely manner, but the battery only has 4 years and 3 months left. When you don't get 5 years on the battery, don't advertise.
👤As long as I don't die, I can call for help. I bought my first one 5 years ago and it was very easy to use. The good news is that this is the second one I ordered, but I returned the first one because it was already 6 months old. The second one is 6 months old.
👤This is for Christmas. The unit tried to conduct their self test. The unit failed the test. I contacted ACR. I will make a new update based on how they respond. This review needs to be updated. The new unit was free of charge and passed both the basic self test and the gps test. I will increase my rating but my faith in this unit has been shaken because I am not the only one to have a brand new unit fail the "Basic Self Test".
👤There is a date on 1/3-21. It's not aGPSPLB so far. It might work as a drawer handle, but only if it is a drawer handle. The device is as expected. After returning the drawer handle, there was a little delay.
👤I chose the slightly more expensive version because it has a nice screen that gives you instant acknowledgement that the unit is on and working. I only tested it and it comes with a carrying case, you can attach it to your belt or loop. I ordered mine from the United Kingdom. I was unable to register my first unit for the warranty because the date of manufacture was missing. I was sent a new unit after contacting both Orbital Satcom and ACR. Make sure the date of manufacture is on the box.
You can ask for help from your friends and family at your location or from professional assistance organizations. Send a message with your location to let contacts know where you are. Track automatically send and save your location and allow contacts to track your progress using cloud-based mapping. With the push of the S.O.S. button, SPOT provides yourGPS location coordinates to local authorities for the fastest response to your emergency. Let contacts know where you are and that you're okay with a pre-programmed message.
👤The product is great in theory. I couldn't use the product when I wanted to use it. It says it can't find the serial number. I just bought something. FIND ME SPOT is very slow in giving me feedback about this issue.
👤This is the most unreliable gps tracking system I have ever tried. Spot 4 did not get SAT's after 10 attempts. The test sequence failed many times. Instructions on printed documents can be found online. It is unclear and incomplete. How can you trust this device with your life in the field if it is not up to par from the beginning? The customer support person was very rude and hurt her feelings by saying that the product sucks. I have used several products in the past, including the one that I have used with MIL DAGR. I wanted to upgrade and thought the system was up to par. It is not! Do a better job with this company.
👤My son enjoys camping in the snow in Northern California all year long, and he enjoys 4X4 in the mountains all the time. I took one snow storm and didn't have cell contact for this mom who was anxious to go. The spot we bought is spot on. I think this product is great. It is not expensive to cancel a monthly subscription, you just have to pay for it. It is well worth it.
👤I bought for my assignment. The webpage wouldn't accept my address. The tech clown told someone else to sign up. That did not work either. I can't return it.
👤This product allows me to notify my family when I land and take off. If I land off the airport, I can notify rescue teams.
👤It's a great safety device, small, lightweight and easy to use with gloves on. The battery life is better than I expected. It's easy to see that the LEDs are working. It works in places with no cellular service. It works where there's no cellular service. Don't bother with this device if you never venture out into areas without cellular coverage. I would expect terrain to have an impact on it. When under dense tree cover for more than 3 minutes, I have had 15 minute gaps in tracking, but it's more of a life/ safety device, not a trip log. I wish there was a better way to connect it to a jacket because the mounting options are limited a year after debut. I looped the nylon webbing through the hoops on my jackets. It would be a lot more useful if there was a better way to mount jackets. You need a computer to change the reporting interval, but you can use it out-of-the-box. I connected mine to the computer after using it for weeks.
👤The Globalstar company replaced the faulty product, but only after I complained about their bad customer service. Someone was listening and the right thing was done. I am disgusted with this company and their lack of customer support. I shipped a SPOT Gen4 to my son in Japan after purchasing it in the US. The unit cost more to ship than I spent. My son discovered that it wasn't working when it arrived. He bought new batteries at the suggestion of SPOT, which did not help the situation. SPOT said that the unit should be returned to the place of purchase. They are aware that the unit is not working, but they will not replace it without us spending money to return the faulty one. The replacement will have to be shipped back again. This company does not stand behind their product, I would strongly suggest you look elsewhere for a gps unit, this company stands on policy, if a product is faulty, replace it!
G-porter has a variety of sport modes that can be used to make evaluations. Routes can be seen on maps. The GP-102+ is a portable device that can be used to return to a previously marked outdoor spot. A position finder, a barometric altimeter, a digital compass, and a gps-sync are included. clock, weather station, Pedometer, Thermometer, Speedometer,GPS Data logger,usb gps receiver, Gradienter,geotag photos There are 48 verification channels. SIRF-IV is a low power chip. The battery was built for 17-20 hours. There is flash memory for up to 300.000 way points. Provides sports tracking functions. It is easy to use. IPX6 is water resistant. The device is detected by the PC as a disk and does not require drivers. The device is detected by the PC as a disk and does not require drivers.
👤This thing has some benefits, along with a lot of frustration. I use it to take pictures while on vacation. It's difficult to charge it up again after driving/hiking for an entire day. It will go dead before the day is over if it isn't fully charged, because it will stop charging and deplete the battery when you start the day. I've used it on a few vacations, and it seems like I end up with a lot of bad files once the trip is over, like an entire day of tracks. It only has a small amount of memory. When the memory gets full, it keeps acting like it's recording your tracks, and never gives you a warning, but then you get home and you have a bunch of 0 byte files. The included software crashes on two different computers that I tried it on, and is worthless. Plug in the unit and download the.FIT files, then use an online conversion to change them to GPX or something else that is more usable. It consistently returns a longer distance than the trail signs indicate. When it works and the files are not corrupted, it seems to accurately record the position where I took the photos.
👤I bought the Canmore GP-102+ for windsurfing. It's an accurate device. Water-proofing is limited, so a waterproof bag is required. I use aLOKSAK bags, cheap iPhone armbands, and a waterproof armband. There is a The unit logs doppler speeds, but not precision data. I and many other people have shown it to be as accurate as the previous gold standard, the Locosys GT-31. The gps team challenge accepted it as an official accessory. It's okay to post results at gps-speedsurfing.com if you don't claim new records. The unit is small and cheap. I attached it to the handlebars by attaching it with some velcro. The small screen size is a problem for windsurfing since I can't read the speed. When I get home after a break, I'm mostly interested in evaluation tracks on my computer, and I usually check top speeds during that time.
👤The Pros are small. The time and lat/lon are displayed. Can be set to record for a short time. It seems to have a large recording capacity. There are at least 42,000 samples. Have not been tested for maximum. The battery life is at least 14 hours. Have not been tested for maximum. It is reasonably resilient to water. Have not tested more than hiking in mist. It seems to have good accuracy. In cities and under dense forest, I haven't fully characterized it. The Surf3GPS watch I have is slightly better in motion than its (Kalman?) filter is. The presentation is a drive. Track data is in a format called.FIT. Other files are not in the usual format. The cons are less important to me than the Pros. The two-button user interface is not easy to use. Press-hold was needed too much. Expect life-time issues. When powered on, the user interface is not optimal. It's not optimal for showing time/date/lat. When connected as a drive, it doesn't show if it's fully charged. Do not matter to me at all. YMV: There is a non-functional PC software that crashes. Some work could be done on the documentation.
The chip tracking sensitivity is - 165 dBm. The time to first fix is very fast. The interface is small. There is a built-in gps antenna. A built-in battery. The Microusb toUSB cable is for use with Windows and Mac laptops. It's suitable for portable application. Very low power consumption. It supports NMEA0183 V4. SBAS, EGNOS, GAGAN, QZSS are supported. Requires a "PL2303GPSInfo" app for the phone to function. It is compatible with operating systems: Windows,Vista, 7, 8 & 10; Mac, OSX, and Linux. This is a device for navigation. It's not compatible with most navigation software. It requires a 3rd party tool to convert to a "GPS Sensor". Please read the item description.
👤I picked up the new Fire tablet from Amazon hoping to use the non-Amazon Store apps. It was easy to do, so I downloaded the two navigation apps. When I received the GlobalSAT unit, I plugged it into my Fire tablet and started the TomTom GO service. I drew up a route around my condo. I used it to and from work today. I can't wait to use it on a long trip. My Honda Civic doesn't have navigation in the dash, but it's $85. I now have almost all of the features of an expensive navigation system at a fraction of the price. Music, gps, weather, video, even the internet are now just arm's reach away on my dash. I'm happy! You may need to install the "You Are HereGPS" app and run it in the background while using your navigation app.
👤The last year and a half has seen the use of the gps module to navigate ocean routes. The laptop has 2G of RAM and a 32G SSD. The program is called Coastal Navigator. The laptop's processor is an Intel N series, which is slow but still fast, and draws less power than other Intel N series chips. The laptop can be connected to the gps with a 8 inchusb to microusb. The screen has an upper right margin. The module is very accurate. The signal strength of the satellites above deck was found to be marginally higher. The deck of the boat is not as important as the cloud layer and humidity. I recommend letting the boat warm up while it is being prepared for sailing. The gps is ready to navigate when the speed over ground drops. Just as accurate as a large postage stamp. I would recommend carrying a spare if you have any problems with the gps device. Why not for just $30? I only use the sounder gps for looking for a sandy spot to anchor. Want a bigger screen? You can just buy a bigger laptop. The total cost of the package is $500. A dedicated unit and a 14-inch screen cost 5000 dollars. The Cockpit Repeaters are connected to the internet. The laptop is free to move about the boat if the gps is attached to it. The gps system is easier to use with a wireless mouse. The best laptops to use would be the ones with low cost and long battery life. The original device is still working just fine, 8/11/2020, just received another one as a backup, as the gps connection has recently failed. Something is wrong with the most recent Win10 update. I was very pleased to relay new information on the improved ND-105CGPS module. It took an hour or more to reach a low.01 knot speed over ground. The new unit was at.01 knot in 3 minutes. Quite an improvement!
👤I bought this to use with aviation navigation software on my Windows 8.1 tablets and it has worked great so far. Acquisition time is very short, and WAAS is enabled by default on the chip. This doesn't use the Windows 8 location API, but instead creates a COM port for an app to access location, which should be fine for most unless your app is newer and designed to only use the Win 8 API. In that case, there are a couple different software options available from other vendors that will send the data to the location API. Only one app can access the COM port at a time. I'm able to get a full WAAS signal in my house and car, and it seems to be very sensitive. I haven't tried it in the plane yet, but I think it will work. I noticed that if there is no power at all to the microusb port, the gps will continue to run, so if you have a sleep mode, it may or may not turn the port/GPS off to save battery power. I used this in the plane and it worked better than the handheld aviation gps that I own. I had a unit on my kneeboard where it was somewhat down low and not as good of a view of the sky, but it never had an issue with satellite reception. I don't need to worry about having an antenna on top of the panel. The little gps has been an awesome value so far.
You can connect up to 5 devices at a time. Also compatible with the iPod touch 5th generation, the new iPad, and the new iPad mini. The large screen has a backlight. The datalogger has over 100 hours of tracking data. The reporting rate is 10Hz and the battery life is extra long. Rugged and splash-proof.
👤I am in need of a sub-meter accuracy gps, and have been doing a lot of research. If I had not had such a bad experience with their cheapest device, I would consider getting their $600 model. I'm going to pay hundreds of dollars to rent a real GNSS device, because there's no way I'm going to use another Bad Elf product. I know they didn't care about my experience, but I'm not interested in their high-end model because of it. It can get a slightly better fix than an iPhoneGPS, which is about 1-2 meters better accuracy. It is great to have it recording constantly and it can record a lot of points. It records wildly inaccurate locations (100s of meters off), or just records the point where I first turned it on, regardless of where I go. The communication between the app and the unit isn't reliable, which may be the crux of the problem. When I turn on tracking in the app, it will show it is enabled, but I will later learn it is not on the device. Even though it looks like it did, tapping Save POI often does nothing. Half the value of the device is that it can be in a backpack or resting on a survey monument within the range of the device, but I learned that it only gets at least one POI recorded if you tap it twice. I didn't get good data after I downloaded the recording and left the field. I contacted Bad Elf, and after a brief email exchange, it was obvious that this wasn't a bug but a hardware problem. I needed a replacement unit for crickets. I've sent several emails to see if I can get a response, but it seems like I'm stuck with a very expensive dud. I hope this review will save other people from the same fate. The sad thing was that I was considering getting the Surveyor version of it to get more accuracy, until I realized that they wouldn't stand behind their products.
👤I used this unit to log my location during my trip from the US to Cambodia, Vietnam, and Tokyo. The logging rate was set to 5 seconds. It was always on. The entire trip used 20% of the logging memory. It never failed to work for an entire day. It didn't charge on two occasions. It ran out of charge after 36 hours. It was able to keep lock on most flights, but not on the 787. I wish it used microusb. The battery indicator goes from all bars to one bar down. I would like to take trips with other devices than just the ones on the iPad. Maybe they could publish the protocol so someone else could implement it.
👤I like these units. They are small and have no memory or battery issues. It works with your phone and doesn't need a phone to log data. It is a great tracker. I use it to track where I have been. My negatives are accurate. Even with a dozen satellite locks, the average accuracy is closer to 4.5m. The best Bad Elf units I have ever seen were 9' and that was only for a couple points. I took a sample of a million points and saw 12 out of 12. The advertised 2.5m is far less than the less than. The only way to improve that is to upgrade to the GNSS which will cost you 3X more for an increase in accuracy of 5 or so feet. You can only export data in the outdated KML or GPX formats. Even with the accuracy issues, this is the best unit I have ever used for cost, size, and ease of use. It has been my go for over a decade and I will continue for many more.
Tracking people, vehicles, and/or assets with a personal gps device. Ultra-compact design, built-in Super Strength Magnet. Attaches to vehicle are hidden in a backpack, case or purse. Track and map in real time on web-based software or SilverCloud App. Text and email notifications, location reporting, and historical playback are included.
👤I bought this because I suspected my boyfriend was unfaithful. I caught him doing the dirty with his ex-employee in his car the day it was delivered. Once you get to the point of wanting to find proof, you will find what you're looking for. It's funny thing... I didn't get to use the tracker yet because it was still on the charge.
👤The product is perfect. The case doesn't need to be strong. I was looking to find out where my husband was and it tracked the vehicle to the location. Evidence of his infidelity has given me peace of mind. Thanks for your help.
👤If you don't want to know the truth about a cheating person, don't buy this. I agree with that statement. This device will lead you straight there, so be sure to stop denying and be prepared to see the hard facts. The 30 second plan was too slow for me. The 10 second plan worked well for me. The company's people are amazing. The tech support is great. In the US. Very helpful and responsive. I only used it for a couple of months. Simple. You can use it under the vehicle. I found putting inside the truck to be just as accurate as putting outside. It's All True was the previous review. I am not a techie type person. I don't use tech whenever possible. I have to step up to the plate in certain situations. I have read at least a hundred reviews of this unit and many others in the same price range. The product is what was advertised. There is a It was easy to open an account on my phone. It took under 5 minutes. You have to pick a plan. There is a monthly fee. It's a small price to pay if you're serious about tracking someone. It was easy to get it up and running. It took 10 minutes. Max. It was partially charged out of the box, but it needed to be fully charged. The baby is accurate. I took it with me to run my errand and it showed me my location. At every stop. I know it has more features when using a computer, but I haven't had time to check it out. It is well constructed. The directions were easy to follow. It has a magnet in it. You don't have to buy a separate case. It seems like the battery life is good. It looks at all the boxes.
👤When it works, it works well. At times, the tracking does not update until the device is a long way away. Both of the gps units I purchased had the same issue. Better units out there are not reliable or safe in a covert situation.
👤The product was garbage, I put it on the car, and after one drive it fell of the car, and the battery died even though it was supposed to be at 60% life. $50 was wasted on the product and another $25 was spent on it. It was the worst waste of $75. Don't buy!
It's easy to use a gps navigator. The maps are easy to see. alternate routes are suggested by the traffic company. Yes, the backup camera is compatible with BC 30 or BC 40. Voice activated and ability to pair with a compatible phone. Notable historic sites and the U.S national parks directory are part of the HISTORY network. Without a computer, built in wi-fi for map and software updates.
👤I used a cellphone as my primary navigation tool and purchased the DriveSmart 65. The cellphone navigation systems are great, but I didn't like the convenience of the stand-alone units. I didn't like the fact that the navigation apps weren't easy to see when I manually used the phone for a phone call. There are two more Unless you use a different app or download offline maps from the internet, there's no navigation when you don't have cellular coverage. There are 3 more I never found the offline maps to work for me, there was always a problem with resolution that I could not resolve. Offline mode was not always used to work in general. I tried some of the other free offline navigation apps, but they seemed to be behind in updates, and did not seem refined, leaving me with a slight but ever present apprehension in my mind. I didn't like the small screen size when in portrait mode, even though I had an iPhone Plus. There are five The navigation app on my cellphone ran in the background and was not visible to view. I didn't see all of the trip info functions that the vehicle navigators offered. The app navigators had the same trip info, but it was hard to see. The DriveSmart 65 was more expensive than the 55, but the extras screen real estate was worth a few extra dollars for me. It is hardware. The screen is beautiful! Great resolution and bright colors. The brightness is turned up all the way. The 6.9 inch is the perfect size for me since I like to have all of the trip data functions showing on the screen at all times while allowing for ample space for the map/ navigation which is the most important part. The screen seems to be made of glass, but I am not sure if it is scratch resistant. The frame has a minimal amount of bezel which adds to visual appeal but makes accidental touches easy when trying to adjust the postition/angle of the unit on the mount. The screen is responsive to touch and there is little lag navigating through the menus, as it should be for a device at this price point. The speaker is loud and clear. I don't know what processor is in the unit, but I hope it is an upgrade from last year's model. It is smart to get the best hardware within your means, especially if you plan on keeping the device for several years, to ensure it will be able to effectively run the software updates. I don't like the way the power cord plugs into the back of the device. It would be great if it was plugged into the side or bottom, because it would be easier to mount the device on a desk if the power cord was not sticking out. The mount is standard and works well for mounting on a window, but I have seen it fall off of a vehicle. I bought a friction dash mount from Garmin because it seems to work well for now. I can't state my findings because I haven't had the battery disconnected from a power source for that long. It is very easy to use the software. It seems that the years of production have allowed time for most bugs to be worked out. The high detail map option provides a lot of detail and is helpful in keeping the user oriented from a geographical perspective. When you zoom out with the intent to use it indefinitely, the unit will automatically zoom you back in to the default setting, even though it does not really want you to have full reign on the map. You can have phone notifications for email/text/etc to show on the unit if you sync your phone to it. The option to make and receive phone calls when you sync the device to your phone is available for those that may need it. The unit has the ability to update maps without a computer. After attempting to update the maps 4 times, I got error code each time and the device aborted the process. Maybe it is because my internet connection is not high-speed. It will be great to see if there is a similar issue among other people. The maps will have to be updated with a PC. Conclusions: The device performs well as expected. Excellent native route planning and accurate navigation. The screen is bright and high resolution. It's right in the sweet spot. I am not convinced that the features this unit offers are practical enough to justify the higher price. If the processor is better than last year's model, this is a good value. It was a factual decision. I don't have to use my phone as my main navigation when I have a stand-alone navigator. Happy with the purchase, even though I mentioned some things. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a navigator.
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