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Old 11-27-2017, 10:51 PM
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Anyone out there use any of these locators like spot or some of the others for safety locating lost riders
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Anyone out there use any of these locators like spot or some of the others for safety locating lost riders
Delorme inreach, the only way to go.
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i've used my spot for a buddy who got seriously injured, worked well..
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Delorme inreach is the BEST. so not only can someone call for help. they can tell you what is wrong. Ie. broke down, lost, broken leg.... It could save their life. say someone calls for help and 911 sends search and rescue on sleds when they are seriously hurt and need life fight? the inreach you can talk to anyone including 911 to say what you need.
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