Garmin GPSMAP 65 Handheld
Explore more with this rugged handheld that offers optimal tracking accuracy, a 2.6-inch colour display and preloaded maps.
Multi-band technology and expanded GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS and IRNSS) provide optimal accuracy in steep country, urban canyons and forests with dense trees.
Preloaded TopoActive maps provide detailed views of routable street and off-road networks, waterways, natural features, land use areas, buildings and more.
Receive emails, texts and alerts right on your handheld when paired with your compatible device.
Plan, review and sync waypoints, routes and tracks by using the Garmin Explore app1 and website. You can even review completed activities while still in the field.
Using your compatible device and microSD memory card, conveniently download TOPO 24K maps and hit the trail, or access HuntView Plus maps to see public land types and boundaries as well as private landowner names and boundaries.
Get automatic cache updates from Geocaching Live, including descriptions, logs and hints.
Garmin inReach Mini 2
Home is closer than you think with inReach®Mini 2.
This compact satellite communicator adds peace of mind to your adventures without adding weight to your pack. Stay in touch globally with two-way communication and interactive SOS capabilities (active satellite subscriptionr equired). TracBack routing navigates you back to your starting point the same way you came —right on your device. You can also share your location with loved ones back home by using your Map Share page or with your coordinates embedded in your messages.The digital compass delivers accurate heading information, even when you’re not moving. Use the Garmin Explor app on a compatible smartphone to plan trips, access topographical maps,create waypoints and courses you can sync to your device,and more. Stay on adventures longer with upto 14 days of battery life in 10-minute tracking mode.
inReach Mini2,USB cable, carabiner,documentation
Ocean Signal Rescueme Plb1
PLBs are small portable beacons typically carried by trampers, climbers, hunters and people working in remote areas. A lot of people use PLBs on small boats and for other water-based activities, but most do not float and may not be fully waterproof. Their aerials are often not designed for use in the water. Once activated, PLBs usually have a shorter battery life than EPIRBs.
Introducing the world's smallest PLB
- 30% smaller (typ) by volume
- Easily fits in lifejacket
- Retractable Antenna
- 7 Year Battery Life
- 7 year warranty
- High brightness strobe light >1candela
- 66 channel GPS receiver
- Unique mounting clip and flotation pouch
Wherever you are at sea or on land, the rescueME PLB1 provides the reassurance that emergency services can be alerted by the press of a button. The rescueMe PLB1 can be operated with a single hand in even the most challenging situations. A simple spring loaded flap covers the activation button preventing inadvertent use.
RescueME PLB1 works with the only officially recognised worldwide dedicated search and rescue satellite network (operated by Cospas Sarsat). As this is funded by governments there are NO CHARGES to use this service. When activated the rescueME PLB1 transmits your position and your ID to a Rescue Coordination Center via satellite link. Rescue services are promptly notified of your emergency and regularly advised of your current location.
The PLB1 contains Lithium batteries for long operating life. Your battery must be replaced after the expiry date or after the PLB has been activated, even if only for a short period of time. Battery replacement must be done at an Ocean Signal authorised battery replacement centre. Your PLB will require little maintenance except periodic cleaning, if required. Always use a damp cloth to clean the case and dry thoroughly.
Beacons (also known as distress or emergency beacons) are the most effective way of letting people know that you need urgent help and where to find you.
There are different beacon types designed for use in different environments.
- The Personal Locator (PLB) beacon is designed to be carried on the person and can be used in marine and land-based activities.
- The EPIRB (emergency position-indicating radio beacon) is the best type for use on boats and other activities on water.
Why carry a beacon?
- Due to New Zealand's rugged landscape and changeable weather, you can get into trouble very quickly.
- Radios, GPS tracking systems, distress flares, whistles, lights and mobile phones may be useful as a back-up, however, none are as effective as a distress beacon when you need help in an emergency.
- Distress beacons are one of the most reliable ways of signalling that you need help.
Choose the right beacon
Although they all work in the same way, different beacons are designed for use in different environments.
There are three types of beacons:
- EPIRBs (emergency position-indicating radio beacon) are best for boats, ships and other activities on water
- PLBs (personal locator beacon) are for those tramping, climbing, hunting and travelling to remote locations
- ELTs (emergency locator transmitter) are best for aircraft
Get a beacon?
Register your beacon
- It's free and easy
- Registration of your distress beacon is FREE and only takes a couple of minutes. Registrations can be can be submitted online, emailed or downloaded and sent through post.
It could save your life
- Ensuring your beacon is registered with the Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ) is vital - a registered beacon means a quicker, more targeted response can be launched.
- RCCNZ may also be able to find out exactly who is with you, how long you have been gone, and whether anyone has any medical conditions. Rescuers will then be in the best position to help you when you are located.
Get familiar with your beacon before you head out!
- moving your beacon - always make sure that it is in "safe" or "off" mode.
- Read the instruction manual and understand how to operate your beacon
- Check the expiry date for the battery, which is shown on the beacon label -Batteries should be replaced by your supplier or agent
- Make sure your beacon is registered and that your details are kept up to date
- Make sure it's easily accessible
Garmin Etrex 32X Handheld GPS With Nz Topo Active Maps
eTrex 32x Rugged Handheld GPS with Compass and Barometric Altimeter!
Explore Confidently with the Reliable Handheld GPS
2.2" sunlight-readable color display with 240 x 320 display pixels for improved readability
Preloaded with TopoActive maps with routable roads and trails for cycling and hiking
Support for GPS and GLONASS satellite systems allows for tracking in more challenging environments than GPS alone
8 GB of internal memory for map downloads plus a microSD card slot
eTrex 32x adds a 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter
Battery life: up to 25 hours in GPS mode with 2 AA batteries
Physical dimensions: 2.1" x 4.0" x 1.3" (5.4 x 10.3 x 3.3 cm)
Display size: 1.4" x 1.7" (3.5 x 4.4 cm); 2.2" diag (5.6 cm)
Display resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
Display type: 2.2" transflective 65K color TFT
Weight: 5 oz (141.7 g) with batteries
Battery: 2 AA batteries (not included); NiMH or Lithium recommended
Battery life: 25 hours
Water rating: IPX7
High-sensitivity receiver: Yes