Fearless Camping with Personal Locator Beacon Rentals


Into the Wild

In recent years, the celebration of the rustic American has been a growing trend in the entertainment industry, perhaps because rustic folks have become harder to locate. Discovery Channel is laden with shows that perpetuate the belief that Americans are interested in engaging the natural world around them, but are stuck in neutral, anchored by their couches, static noise, and circuitry of the digital age.

Fortunately for us, modern technology doesn’t always distract and complicate our lives. It can also serve us positively and improve the quality of our experiences. Recent news stories illustrate that technology can save the day (and your life!) in the form of an ACR ResQlink personal locator beacon.

Beacon of Hope

Manufacturer, ACR Electronics, has recently been receiving positive media attention. In Bakersfield, CA, a personal locator beacon led to the arrest of burglars who stole $5,000 worth of a man’s boating and outdoor gear, which included his ACR Personal Locator Beacon. The activation of the beacon helped authorities track down the burglars.

In New Zealand’s Mt. Richmond Forest Park, a solo tramper had gone too far off the trail and had become lost in the forest and rugged landscape as the cold evening rapidly approached. The 67-year old activated his locator beacon and was found within hours. The man had written books about tramping, but realized his research was not on point with the reality of the terrain.

Rent Your Lifeline

Find outdoor equipment rentals and outdoor survival gear, including the ACR ResQlink personal locator beacon, portable solar power units, Nautilus Lifeline radios and GoPro Hero cameras to help capture the sights and sounds of your nature expedition.

If that weekend on the couch watching a marathon of “Survivorman” has inspired you to head off into the wild, remember, even show host Les Stroud has a personal beacon to ensure his survival. Play it smart, and check out outdoor and camping rentals by clicking here.

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1 comments
LesCourtney
LesCourtney

After just spending a week in the flooded lands of the North Carolina Mountains I might of needed this item since we nearly got washed a way a few times.