Groundspeak Blue Switch Geocoin - LE


Groundspeak Blue Switch Geocoin - LE


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On 2nd May 2000, the U.S. Government flipped a big blue switch which allowed GPS technology to be available to everybody, no longer restricted to the military. In fact, the first geocache was placed the very next day! Now, 15 years later, geocaching is one of the fastest-growing hobbies in the world. This handsome plaque geocoin celebrates the moment when geocaching could become possible. Be proud, and show off your commemorative plaque!

  • limited edition
  • aged brass look with raised lettering and inset blue gemstones
  • measures 5cm by 5cm
  • has holes in corners for attaching to whatever you like
  • trackable at with a unique number

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5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
Craig from Wellington, New Zealand on Jun 11, 2015
A good hefty brass coin this one - a great momento of the 15th Anniversary of Geocaching! Like others - this one won't be going travelling in the wild!
Mike Johnson from Piopio New Zealand on May 31, 2015
This solid brass geocoin/plaque is going nowhere other than my memento shelf. It feels and looks like a quality item.

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