- Aug 10, 2018
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It's still not clear to me that SPOT or inReach provide this capability.
I'm pretty sure @recped posted a link to his mapshare on this site a year or two ago when on one of the far North trips and I'm equally sure he carries an InReach. By posting the mapshare link info on a public forum, I'm certain anyone could access the map. (I only activate mine for the months I'm actually using it or I'd throw it in the work truck tomorrow as a test)
I just don't have the budget for the $400 devices
I hated shelling out that kinda loot myself but, when I looked at yearly fees & monthly activation costs, I found that the Garmin was actually cheaper if it lasted (IIRC) 7 years. I'm hopeful it makes it longer than that but we shall see...
At any rate, I'm certain that both (and probably most others) are capable of the kind of tracking that Glenn is talking about.