Tight Spot Quivers
Best Panic Button device?
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
nijimasu 02-Mar-20
Pop-r 02-Mar-20
nijimasu 04-Mar-20
Brotsky 04-Mar-20
Jaquomo 04-Mar-20
APauls 04-Mar-20
Tony 09-Mar-20
Bloodtrail 09-Mar-20
SteveB 09-Mar-20
elkmtngear 09-Mar-20
From: nijimasu
02-Mar-20
I've had a SPOT for several years and it's always worked, but it does have its limitations. Now it's time to renew or move on, but I haven't been keeping up with new tech at all- there must be several options now. Recommendations from you guys who have been using the various devices?

From: Pop-r
02-Mar-20
Garmin Inreach Mini is all you need to know.

From: nijimasu
04-Mar-20
Pop-r Thanks for being kind enough to respond- I see the In-reach threads now- didn't know what they were. I'll look into them.

From: Brotsky
04-Mar-20
+2 In-reach mini. Great device.

From: Jaquomo
04-Mar-20
Dale, I used SPOT for years before switching to an Inreach Mini. Monthly subscription is about the same, can suspend it during the months when not needed. But the functionality and reliability are head and shoulders better.

From: APauls
04-Mar-20
Don't forget you're an idiot if you don't have am Inreach ha ha!

From: Tony
09-Mar-20

Tony 's Link
I used a somewear last year for my moose hunts. Less features then an in reach but does everything I want it to.

From: Bloodtrail
09-Mar-20
I thought Pat’s answers on the Bloodtrail Challenge were mostly Panic Button devices :)

From: SteveB
09-Mar-20
InReach! Don’t leave home without it! ??

From: elkmtngear
09-Mar-20
Liberal Media...no doubt !

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