LAND ROVER EXPLORE
CREATED FOR THE OUTDOORS
Exploring is a unique experience – only you can define your own adventure. The award-winning Land Rover Explore: Outdoor Phone has been made to help you explore further, for longer and with added confidence.
Find new routes, tracks, trails and paths – step out and embrace the outdoors. The Explore will help you live your adventures to the fullest. It’s waterproof, drop tested and built to withstand extreme temperatures from the mountain to the surf, with a battery that won’t cut your day short.
Take control and stay connected with a phone that’s tough and durable enough to keep up with you. Its stylish design makes it a piece of outdoor gear that fits the rest of your life too.
EXTEND YOUR ADVENTURE
Expand the core functionality of the Explore with a range of add-on packs and accessories. Developed to suit any situation, the packs give you more of what matters most – battery, connectivity, detailed maps and the versatility to attach to your bike or bag. Each pack can be attached to the back of Explore while on the go, to enhance any adventure, letting you go further, for longer.
The included Adventure Pack adds a powerful signal-boosting GPS patch antenna, an extra battery and premium topographic mapping with Skyline augmented reality courtesy of ViewRanger. You’ll also get a mapping voucher for access to a variety of top quality mapping solutions for your chosen location.
There’s also a case to keep your phone safe and a carabiner to attach it to your bag or jacket for easy access.
Katie Tunn is a Marine Mammal Medic, artist, and Ordnance Survey #GetOutside champion. Most recently, she has set herself the huge challenge of visiting all 82 of Great Britain’s largest islands – a journey that will take her through to the end of the year. As a passionate conservationist, she’s hoping all other keen explorers...READ MORE
GetOutside Champions Jen & Sim Benson are endurance athletes, guidebook authors and passionate explorers of the great British outdoors – here’s 5 amazing adventures they think you should try in 2019.READ MORE
When it comes to discovering great trails and wild places to walk, it’s easy to be daunted with information overload. Where to begin?READ MORE
Ahead of National Map Reading Week in May, we explain how to use your phone to map-read so you’ll never get lost again.READ MORE