The Bad Elf GPS Provides Routing Without the Need for Network Coverage

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: bad-elf & uncrate
Imagine taking to the road with directions from your iPhone by your side only to be left short when you lose network coverage; that's where the Bad Elf GPS looks to help save the day. Transforming any Lightning Cable-style iDevice to a GPS without the need for data, the Bad Elf GPS is great for road trips down unfamiliar streets and in rural areas where coverage remains spotty.

Also coming in a Dock Connecter style for older devices, the Bad Elf GPS draws power from the device it's attached to, so there's no need for additional charging. What's more, the Bad Elf GPS features a micro-USB port in the bottom for charging the Apple device while in use. Perfect for those who opted for an iPad without LTE or those who want to transform an iPod Touch into a convenient GPS, the Bad Elf GPS is an innovative afterthought for users. Stats for GPS iDevice Attachments Trending: This Year & Mild
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Concept: Bad Elf GPS
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