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Old 04-12-2011, 03:24 AM   #1
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Worlds best Laos GPS map released today

Worlds best Laos GPS map released today

http://www.laosgpsmap.com

We are proud to announce today, that we now have the most detailed Laos GPS map for sale in the world on encrypted SD memory card. It has been a continuous 8 year mapping project with an unbelievable amount of data not on ANY other Laos GPS map. No other Laos GPS map comes close in the level of detail, it's pretty exciting.




The encrypted Laos GPS map SD card is available for 1,500 Thai Baht or USD$ 50 from the Rider's Corner Bar & Restaurant, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Website link from this product is below:

http://www.laosgpsmap.com





Today's official news release is below:

NEWS RELEASE

EDITORIAL BRIEF: The ultimate, most up-to-date, GPS map of Laos has been produced and released for consumer use.
Media Contact: phillip.gibbins@gmail.com
ULTIMATE GPS MAP OF LAOS RELEASED
For Immediate Release: April 12th, 2011
(Chiang Mai, Thailand): Driven By Adventure company (“DBAdv”) has announced the release for general public use the most advanced GPS map of the South East Asia country of Laos. The result of over eight years of continuous data collection, the just released ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP from “DBAdv” has in excess of 50,000 points of interest for the user, twice the data of any former GPS maps.
The new and unique GPS map includes all primary roads, dirt tracks, and trails throughout Laos. Included in the data are gas stations, accommodations, mining sites, UXO locations, and Point of Interest tourist destinations. Some of the routes and destinations were so remote they could only be surveyed by use of highly modified off-road motorcycles. None of the data on the “DBAdv” ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP was gathered from external sources. For detailed information go to http://www.laosgpsmap.com

The ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP is physically available for purchase on a SD memory card for 1,500 Thai Baht or $50.00 (USD) at the Rider's Corner Bar & Restaurant, Chiang Mai, Thailand, located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand: http://www.laosgpsmap.com/purchase

The Driven by Adventure company is dedicated to providing quality, up-to-date, detailed surveys and GPS services throughout South East Asia. Their ULTIMATE LAOS GPS MAP has been hailed as “The best GPS, Internet or physical map available, by near or far!”



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Old 04-13-2011, 11:11 PM   #2
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A full featured GPS map is for a well prepared and educated explorer.
Can you imagine touring around the world, and missing this waterfall?


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Old 04-22-2011, 09:20 AM   #3
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I'm sure you know about the Gecko paper map of Laos.

How does this GPS map compare to that? Are all the roads on the Gecko map on this map? Is there anything missing?
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Old 05-05-2011, 06:46 AM   #4
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This map has even more tracks than are on the Gecko map. The guy that mapped these tracks is an animal spending months camping and riding around offroad in Laos every year. I have a decent GPS map of Laos with most all the Gecko tracks on it but this new map is simply heavenly.

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Old 05-12-2011, 05:27 AM   #5
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the guy mentioned here that has mapped Laos, has ridden about 250,000km in Laos on tracks that no one even knew existed it is outstanding. we used this laos gps map last week for the first time (as its only been released for 2 weeks) and the detail blew you away. to give you an example, he'd even mapped the hand pump fuel shacks in the remote settlements that were 100km from the nearest sealed road.

a true work of art.

www.laosgpsmap.com


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This map has even more tracks than are on the Gecko map. The guy that mapped these tracks is an animal spending months camping and riding around offroad in Laos every year. I have a decent GPS map of Laos with most all the Gecko tracks on it but this new map is simply heavenly.

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I'm interested in buying this map

I'm interested in buying this map. I'll stop by the bar soon but it would be even better for future people not in CNX if you can set up either a mailing service so they can pay by credit card or PayPal, since a lot of potential buyers might not be in CNX.

Also for a complete newbie to GPS like me, instructions on how to use it--sorry, but the only GPS I've ever owned was manual entry only. If it's as simple as popping in a memory card and pushing a few buttons on the GPS to load it into memory then a few words like that on your web page would be comforting for a beginner like me. I suppose that would depend on what model GPS receiver you have as well.
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Old 05-19-2011, 05:13 AM   #7
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I've offered an outlet for this map to be distributed, i wanted to help get it out there as its the best in the world.

we're setting up payment options soon, pm me and we can discuss.

The map is a piece of cake, put in the SD card and you're away


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I'm interested in buying this map. I'll stop by the bar soon but it would be even better for future people not in CNX if you can set up either a mailing service so they can pay by credit card or PayPal, since a lot of potential buyers might not be in CNX.

Also for a complete newbie to GPS like me, instructions on how to use it--sorry, but the only GPS I've ever owned was manual entry only. If it's as simple as popping in a memory card and pushing a few buttons on the GPS to load it into memory then a few words like that on your web page would be comforting for a beginner like me. I suppose that would depend on what model GPS receiver you have as well.
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who the FUCK are you and why are you spamming my email address?

Are you using this site to do that to everybody?

fuck you
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