I've got a brand new, in box, Spot Satellite Tracker. It's never been used, except I put the batteries in it to power it up and run the self check to make sure the unit is working, which it is. See the Spot website at http://www.findmespot.com/en/ 5,000 baht including postage via EMS to anywhere in Thailand. The Spot is in BKK so there's no need to worry about customs fees etc. The price above works out to about USD$146.00, Spot sell the devices on the Spot website for USD$169.99. NOTE: You also need to subscribe to the services to use this device. After breaking my leg pretty badly last month, while riding alone in the mountains and rural areas of NE Thailand, I'm convinced a device like this should be part of a plan which should be put together by all you riders before going out riding. I was riding alone in mountains and rural areas, and you guys know how it is, sometimes for 30-40km, or a few hours I didn't come across a single person, especially in the rock lined single track through the mountains. Toward the evening I was riding some farm trails and to cut a long story short, braked hard to avoid some spooked cows (and their ropes, hey been clothes-lined by those ropes before too), used too much front brake and flew off, drove my right leg into the ground, breaking it in 4 places. I was absolutely blessed that the farmer who owned the cows was there and he called a ute from the local village to pick me up and take me to the hospital. All I can say is very lucky indeed. If it happened while I was in the mountains I would be in more trouble than the early settlers I can tell you. Enough ranting. Feel free to ask questions. Cheers.