Snowfox Trackerphone operating and safety instructions

It is important to consider certain safety aspects when using electronic equipment. These instructions will give you an understanding how to properly and safely operate the Snowfox Trackerphone.

  • The device is designed to meet the IP54 rating and is thus weatherproof. The device must not be submerged to water, and must not be left in the rain, or to keep, for example, outside of the backpack during rain, in which case it could be exposed to high amounts of water.
  • The device is not designed for a strong shock resistant. Take this into consideration when handling and transporting the device in a backpack, pocket or with a carabiner.
  • Recommended operating temperature is -10°C - +60°C (14°F - 140°F).
  • Do not use any chemicals for cleaning. Remove dirt with a damp cloth.
  • Charge the device only with an intact standard USB charger. Make sure you will insert the USB connector right side up and perpendicular to the device. Do not use force when inserting the connector to the device. Make sure that the connector does not contain moist or dirt. Do not remove the protecting rubber shield on top of the USB connector. After charging is completed, remove the connector by pulling it perpendicular from the device. Do not use the device while it is charging.
  • Do not use any sharp tools for cleaning the device. This is especially important in order not to damage the button or USB-connector.
  • To avoid hearing loss, do not hold the device too close to your ear for long periods of time.
  • The unit contains small parts. Keep them out of reach of small children.


  • Always obey local laws and regulations.
  • Please note! The device, under any circumstances, does not replace a guardian or a baby sitter. An adult is always solely responsible for the child carrying the device.
  • Always turn off the device in areas where the use of mobile devices is prohibited or where it may cause interference or danger. Such places can be, e.g. in an aircraft, close to medical equipment or explosives, and near containers that hold fuels or chemicals.
  • Wireless devices are exposed to interferences, which might affect the operation and performance of the equipment.
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