Spot Connect

Driving your motorcycle is great, it can relax you and it is great fun. Driving with your friends is even better, and when behind you sit person you love, the pleasure is 100%! Although, driving is fun and interesting, driving your motorcycle in the city is not so good. You cannot drive fast, so your speed will be 20-30mph, and motorcycles aren’t designed for this. The much better solution is to leave the city and go to the countryside. Good roads, long straights and nature around you will provide you great pleasure. But there is one problem. Eventually you will want to contact someone, and you will see that there is no cell signal.

Luckily, there is a solution for this problem. It’s called Spot Connect. It has nice design, it is small and very useful. It will connect to your smartphone using Bluetooth. The device itself will be connected with a satellite, giving you opportunity of sending email, SMS, SOS signal and GPS coordinate. You will need to download app from app store or Google play first. Connecting is simple and it lasts one minute. If you are addicted to Facebook, you can update your status and etc. But, uploading large picture is still impossible. You must know that this isn’t some cheap gadget. Price for it is $170 and you must pay a yearly subscription of $99. But, if we consider that beside this can be fun, this gadget can be extremely helpful in accidents. And we know that motorcycle accident occurs often! I believe that in the future this gadget or similar, will be standard equipment for all motorcycle riders.
 

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