Bad Elf Customer Appreciation Program

 

Five years ago this month, we introduced the first Apple-approved plug-in external GPS receiver to the market. That product was the Bad Elf GPS for 30-pin Dock Connector, which grew out of a humble skunkworks project.  Since then, we have learned and grown more than we ever expected. We owe that success to our customers, many of whom have been enthusiastic supporters since those early days.

As our way of saying thank you, we are offering a customer appreciation upgrade program for the month of September. For folks looking to upgrade to a new Bad Elf GPS unit with more features, we’re offering up to $100 cash back when you trade in your old device.

The process is simple:

  • Buy a new Bad Elf GPS for Lightning Connector, GPS Pro, or GPS Pro+ from the Bad Elf Online Store
  • Send Bad Elf your old device and the rebate paperwork
  • Qualify for a rebate of $50, $75, or $100
  • Offer valid on qualifying purchases during the month of September 2015

 

 

Please visit our Bad Elf Customer Appreciation page for more information!

And once again, thanks for supporting Bad Elf over the last five years.  We can’t wait to show you what we’ve got in store for the next five!


Brett Hackleman
Brett Hackleman

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1 Response

Chris
Chris

September 14, 2015

I use the Bad Elf Pro 2300 with an iPad mini3 and avenza georeferenced pdf maps as a wildland firefighter. Having no wifi or cell service in the wilderness, the combination with your product is not only valuable but has the potential to keep us alive, safe and in the right place with fire maps. I think you’ve got an untapped market here and I’m willing to help out! The neck lanyard really doesn’t cut it in this use- any thought to developing a case that can be mounted on a pack via Alice Clips? Maybe a Kevlar-nomex blend fabric and fleece lined?

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