inReach Mini Handheld GPS Satellite Communication

Garmin inReach Mini Handheld GPS Satellite Communication Reviews

Fit global connectivity in the palm of your hand with the Garmin inReach Mini Handheld GPS Satellite Communicator. This small, rugged, lightweight communicator enables two-way text messaging through the global Iridium satellite network (satellite subscription required). Trigger an interactive SOS message 24/7 to the Search and Rescue monitoring center (satellite subscription required). Use your compatible device to access downloadable maps, U.S. NOAA charts, color aerial imagery and more through the free Garmin Earthmate® app. The optional inReach weather forecast service provides detailed updates directly to your inReach Mini or paired device with basic or premium weather packages available. Send and receive inReach messages through compatible Garmin devices, including wearables and handhelds. The internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 90 hours of battery life in 10-minute tracking mode. IPX7 waterproof ruggedness lets your Garmin GPS stay operational even after water submersion up to 1 meter deep for up to 30 minutes. Store up to 500 waypoints/favorites/locations and 20 routes. Bluetooth® compatibility lets you pair your Garmin inReach GPS to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

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Would never venture into the back country or above tree line with an inreach. They work exactly as described and the response from search and rescue is adopt immediate as we once accidentally pressed the sos button

Garmin inReach is the go to GPS communicator, and the mini has the best features of their larger devices in a smaller size. With a built in SOS function, it provides peace of mind outside of cell service that someone is going to answer the call the moment you need it most. The 2 way communication is invaluable to giving trip updates and checking in with those at home, it also allows you to directly communicate with emergency services to give details about your situation. Tracking, messaging, weather updates, and waypoints can all be sent on the device itself, it’s only downside is that to use the GPS you’ll need to pair it with a phone. However, if you would carry your phone anyways, the smaller size is worth the slight inconvenience. I never leave home without it.

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