I cycle home from work late at night and often take the scenic route.
Mrs MTG worries, as do I a bit, that I might crash and not be found for days as I ride some remote cheeky trails where I often don't see any other footprints or tyre tracks midweek.
I've got Life360 on my phone and I've shown her how to log in and track me, but it's not very good. On one recent ride it logged three points on a 30km ride and one of those was home.
I've tried Endomondo and it works well, but flattens the battery in no time, so I would need to fully charge my phone at work before I leave.
I've heard the new Garmin 810 can bluetooth it's position to the a phone, which can then text or email that position. That's what I want, but I don't really want to spend £400 on an 810 when I've got a perfectly good 800.
The simplest solution I can think of is a remote battery to plug in the phone which I can charge up every day, just like I do with my lights, but I reckon the plug would be a bit vulnerable sticking out the side of the phone stuffed in my backpack.
Any other ideas ?