FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.


by Erich Matin

Oct 4, 2019

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Products / Technology

I can’t really speak for anyone else, but one of my biggest worries when hiking or camping away from my car is that I might lose my way back.


Thankfully, technology continues to develop, leading to more and more solutions for these once real concerns. In many cases, the GPS on your phone will help out. Sometimes, that might not be enough. Breadcrumb is the piece of tech that aims to make sure adventurers are never out of reach.


Breadcrumb is an easily attachable tracking device. It can easily attach to backpacks, arm bands, sleeves and pockets. It connects via Bluetooth and is capable of locating people regardless of cell service in the area.


The device can also be placed on cars, tents and more to help adventurers find their way back after a lengthy hike. The app allows others to see the location of your Breadcrumb device, perfect in case of accidents or getting lost in the woods.


The tracker works for up to six months on a single battery, and is useful for a number of things other than hiking. The device can track luggage, kids walking home from school and anything else you might need to track.


Breadcrumb is available online for $40.


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