Your global hotspot - limitless communication via satellites

Somewear is a global hotspot via satellite communication

Nicole Henry
Gopi Ramena
 +4 reviews
  • Pros: 

    lightweight, simple to use, tons of features, SOS button does not require phone


    Minor but need a phone ( SOS is it's own button and works without)

    I pre-ordered this device and it just came in the mail. It's amazing! Light years ahead of spot and Inreach. The platform is so smooth and simple. Two way texting works with ease in complete phone dead zones. It weighs almost nothing. I also love the weather update option that provides you with all the basic details you would need to know as part of your plan. The ability to share your location with other device owners makes meeting up in the backcountry or national parks a breeze. This is going to be a turning point for sat devices and might finally be the jumping point to it being an additional option on your phone.

    James Rein has used this product for one month.
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Carl Hancock
Carl Hancock@carl_hancock1 · Data junkie
How does this compare to the Garmin satellite messengers?
Thomas Burgess
Thomas Burgess@ninjinka · Creator of Material Design Palette Deck
It's very pricey... the MSRP is $450, plus $15/month for 20 messages. $50/month for unlimited. You have to REALLY need this to warrant that kind of cost.
Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Law Student|Tech Evangelist
Great job!! 😊 Is it going to be shipped to India ? 😊
Leroy-Design@swannleroy · Leroy-Design
@ayush_chandra currently just Canada and USA
Umang Maisheri
Umang Maisheri@zeultimo · Need is the mother of all inventions!
@ayush_chandra I guess using a service which helps you shop from one place and ship to a country not covered will help as it is a one time purchase.
Umang Maisheri
Umang Maisheri@zeultimo · Need is the mother of all inventions!
@swannleroy by when are we expecting a global roaming gadget to be shipped globally?
Leroy-Design@swannleroy · Leroy-Design
@zeultimo hi, No idea, I don’t know if they have the project to become established in Asia. If you want you can check my high-tech blog: Thank
Umang Maisheri
Umang Maisheri@zeultimo · Need is the mother of all inventions!
@swannleroy oops, I thought you were a part of this company, if they don't care, I don't know what to say, thanks btw, toodle-o
Brent James
Brent James@imbrentjames · COO and Co-Founder at Telo
Is this WiFi or messages via GPS? How does the reliability stack up against say, an EPIRB? Lastly, is it dependent upon the phone app, or can it operate independent of that?
Dr. Joseph Santoro
Dr. Joseph Santoro@joseph_santoro · Marketing & Branding, Phone2Action
Oooh... I might like this!