SPOT X provides 2-way satellite messaging so you can stay connected to family, friends, and colleagues whenever you're outside of cellular range, including direct communication with Search & Rescue services in case of life-threatening emergency. SPOT X even provides you with your own personal mobile U.S. number so others can message you directly from their cell phone or other SMS devices at any time.
Exchange messages with any cell phone number or email address from virtually anywhere in the world.
Send an S.O.S. to the 24/7 Search & Rescue center, message back and forth about the nature of your emergency, and receive confirmation when help is on the way.
Select from 2½, 5, 10, 30, or 60 minute tracking intervals, and let family, friends, and other adventures.
Quickly and easily let everyone know you're OK.
Post to Social
Link your Twitter account to keep your friends and family in the know wherever you go.
Built-in compass and programmable waypoints to help you navigate.
Product came in 2 days, perfectly packaged and in good condition. It is a Christmas present for my husband who was rescued in Idaho last October in a hypothermic state. This should never happen again. :)
Per the manufacturer, it will work but if you have a metal aircraft it can interfere with the signal of the unit.
Per the manufacturer, this will work with a clear view of the sky. We have added a coverage map to the web page.
Yes, the Spot X is a worldwide device.
240 HOURS (10 DAYS) OF BATTERY LIFE IN CONTINUOUS 10 MINUTE TRACKING MODE.*
*Battery life is based on a full charge during initial device usage and ideal operating temperature of 77F with a clear view of the sky with no obstructions.
Yes, please see the 'Service Plans' tab which includes a link with
No, it has a rechargeable lithium battery that cannot be removed or replaced.
This unit has a built in compass and allows waypoints to be programmed in to help navigate. It is not a moving map.
The battery has 240 hours of life in continuous 10 minute tracking mode. Please note that battery life is based on a full charge during initial device usage and ideal operating temperature of 77f with a clear view of the sky, with no obstructions.
No, it should not interfere with the satellite signal.