Make your outdoor excursion safer with datablaze’s gps technology

Nobody likes getting lost. It’s a horrible feeling to be sure! It’s really horrible when you can’t pull over and ask for directions. Imagine being lost while on a hike. Or a camping trip goes wrong and your phone dies leaving you out of reach. With GPS tracking from Datablaze, you next wilderness adventure will be safer for sure. Here are a couple of reasons to pack along a personal GPS tracker when you go off the beaten path. It’s important to note, that GPS tracking from Datablaze is only available in areas where cellular coverage is available. Be sure to plan out your trek accordingly. 



Unlike your mobile phone, personal GPS trackers are designed with long battery life. Depending on how much movement there is, some devices can last up to 15 days on a single charge. This alone can be a lifesaver in the event you’re injured or lost during a hike. But, remember to let someone know that you’re going out because they have to know to look for you! Datablaze CEO and Co-Founder, Lance Hilton said, “if you remember to put it in your backpack before you leave, this little device can mean the difference between life and death. Even if you have your phone with you, odds are the battery will be short-lived. The long battery life can’t be overlooked.”


If you’re lost, then it goes without saying you don’t know where you are. Even if you can get a phone signal, you’ll likely struggle explaining to rescuers how to get to you. And remember, your time will be short because that phone is using valuable battery life during your conversation. GPS technology today can pinpoint your location to within six feet showing your exact location on a map. That makes finding you a much easier task…especially considering you may be injured and time may not be on your side. Here’s a story about hikers in Utah saved by GPS technology!

A little bit of preparation can go a long way when it comes to making your next excursion a little bit safer. Before you head out to spend time in mother nature, grab a little insurance before you go and pick up a personal GPS tracking device.