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Bivy Stick

Bivy Stick turns your cell phone into a satellite phone and comes packed with features to help you navigate and communicate off-grid. Linked with your phone, it enables satellite-based communication for your off-grid adventures. The affordable two-way satellite communicator allows users to track and share location, access area maps, access your contacts directly from the app, and send text messages or social media posts anywhere in the world. There is also a dedicated "SOS" button on the devise itself. The Bivy Stick is great for both weekend warriors and hardcore adventurers and requires no activation fees and no annual contracts. Instead the device works on credits. Watch the video below



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BRIEF NEWS APP

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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

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