This new compass helps you find your friends at the rave without phone signal

This new compass helps you find your friends at the rave without phone signal

TOTEM Compass is a new hardware device that enables friends to find each other at large-scale events like festivals and concerts without the need for mobile phone signal.

The individual hardware units can be synced to other TOTEM devices and then light up depending on how near or how far the other Compass is, and in which direction. The colourful compass needle moves in the direction of the other paired compass, and the light grows wider as it gets near and smaller as it moves away, allowing owners to quickly navigate towards friends without a smartphone in sight.

The TOTEM Compass ships with a neck strap and, once users have found each other, can be turned on to Vibe Mode and the lights will flash in time with the music. Compass lasts for 72 hours on a single charge, which happens over USB-C.

If you’re regularly finding yourself riding solo front left, it might be worth investing in a Compass for your next festival. They ship from April and are currently on sale for $49 per Compass, dropping incrementally in price the more units you buy down to $37 per item when buying five or more. You can find more information on the TOTEM website.

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