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Dual XGPS150A Bluetooth GPS Receiver

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Dual XGPS150A Bluetooth GPS Receiver

The Dual XGPS150A brings GPS capability to your Apple iPad/iPod touch/iPhone, Android phones and tablets, Blackberry phones, Windows devices and laptops running Windows, OS X or Linux. If you have several phones/tablets/laptops in your household, and you’re looking for one GPS to work with them all, the XGPS150 is an excellent choice. The Dual XGPS150 works with popular electronic flight bag apps including EFB, ForeFlight, WingX Pro, and many others.

The Dual XGPS150 is very easy to use. Once you have paired via Bluetooth, the Dual GPS Receiver will automatically connect to the device it was last paired with and you will be able to use it with hundreds of apps that require GPS location information. The XGPS150 also comes with a useful GPS Status Tool app that is available free on the iTunes store and will show your location, the number of satellites you are connected to, the battery level, and more.

The XGPS150 includes a non-slip pad for use in your airplane, car or boat. A two-piece armband is also included for using the Dual GPS during hiking, geocaching, jogging, cycling and other outdoor activities.

My iPad / iPhone already has a GPS - why do I need this?
The iPhone and the 3G models of the iPad include an internal GPS, however the internal GPS is made for use on the ground and is not very reliable in the air.  You will find that you experience intermittent outages from the internal GPS while flying.  The Dual XGPS150 is a WAAS-enabled, super reliable and accurate, GPS receiver that you can count on both on the ground and in the air.

The Dual Bluetooth XGPS150A features:

  • Completely portable
  • Wirelessly connects to devices via Bluetooth
  • High-sensitivity GPS receiver works with most apps that require GPS
  • Built in rechargeable battery. The battery powers the GPS for up to 8.5 hours of continuous use and recharges in about 3 hours.
  • Works with a huge number of apps
  • Turns your iPod touch, iPad, iPhone, or other device into a global navigation device
  • Provides location anywhere in the world
  • Dramatically reduces the battery drain on your phone or other device
  • Small - only 2.25” square, 0.75” deep. 1.8 ounces.


  • Non-slip dashboard pad
  • Adjustable strap to attach to an arm or a backpack
  • 12-30 Volt cigarette lighter charger

Technical Highlights:

  • WAAS/EGNOS compatible
  • Accuracy: +/-2.5m (CEP)
  • Fast location acquisition times: under 30 secs (warm or cold start)
  • Position updates: at least once per second
  • Maximum speed: 1000 kts / 1150 mph
  • Maximum altitude: 18,000 m / 59,000 ft
  • Supports both NMEA and Apple protocols
  • Firmware updateable through USB port
  • Recharges in 2.5 hours


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Wednesday, December 10, 2014
It is my second. The other was stolen
by Kenn from Hundvag Stavanger Norway 

Review: Very good with Ipad
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Wednesday, November 26, 2014
by LUIS ANGEL from Saint Louis MO USA 

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Monday, November 17, 2014
Love it!
by William from Hilliard OH USA 

Pros: Very easy to use and effective
Cons: On-Off switch is tricky-you REALLY have to press hard on it
Review: It's strong-picks up GPS signals easily.
It's compact
Sticky panel holder really works
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Saturday, November 15, 2014
by Steve (MV Sea Change) from Berowra Waters Australia 

Pros: Excellent
Cons: None
Review: I purchased this GPS receiver specifically for use with an iPad mini wifi only and a marine app called Navionics on board my boat. It paired simply and easily with the iPad and works exceptionally well. I am amazed at the accuracy, I'm estimating it's within a meter, displayed speed is down 0.1 of a knot resolution and spot on. I can record a U shaped track on the marina wharf just walking up and back, the wharf is only 2 meters wide. So much more accurate than the same app running on my iPhone off internal gps. Very happy!
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Monday, October 20, 2014
works as described
by Glen from Greeley CO USA 

Review: Essy to pair with iPad, simple, reliable, and effective.
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Monday, October 06, 2014
Great product.
by Jason from Palmyra PA USA 

Review: I used this for the first time on a 150 mile cross country. Worked as expected. Amazed that the charge held for 4 hours +. I forgot to turn it off and came back to the plane and still got us home. Crossed checked with the garmin gns430 looked the same.
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Monday, September 29, 2014
Works Great
by A Customer from Manhattan Beach CA USA 

Pros: Works great. Cheap.
Cons: None
Review: Works perfect so far. It was a snap downloading the app and getting it going. No hassle at all. Solved my problem of inconsistent signal reception for I think around $90.
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Friday, September 26, 2014
Works great
by Jesse from Pawleys Island SC USA 

Pros: It works and appears very accurate
Cons: It has to be taken out of its anti-skid holder to charge. No good way to tell how "full" the charge is
Review: Once configured / paired with my tablet (and android helper app) it quickly reconnects and finds itself. When compared to the aircraft's installed GPS the position is spot on every time.
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Thursday, September 18, 2014
by Richard RV7 driver from Colorado Springs CO USA 
Review: Works well! Battery charge didn't last as long as I expected in the heat.
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Thursday, May 29, 2014
Excellent Tool!
by Eduard from Wangi Thurgau Switzerland 

Pros: Small, reliable and easy to use!
Cons: None so far...
Review: I'm not a pilot but a seakayaker. Recently, we paddled in the archipelagos of Sweden and from time to time I checked our position on my iPad (navionics Charts) via XGPS150.
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Great thing in a small package
by Mike from Douglasville GA USA 

Pros: Bluetooth link to Foreflight and many other map programs and Apps
Cons: I wish the battery would last over 8 hours
Review: The first one I was sent would not take a full charge of the battery. MYPILOTSTORE promptly replaced it and the replacement is great.
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Wednesday, April 30, 2014
by Stephen from Moline IL USA 
Review: I use the Dual with Jeppesen app. Works great for my on my iPad mini and also for the mini road map app. Easy for an older folk like me.
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Works Well
by chris from Superior WI USA 

Pros: Simple to use with both Android and Ipad/Iphone
Cons: None yet
Review: Works as advertised. The reason for 4 stars and not 5 is I have not used it enough to know about battery life.
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
So far so good
by Mark from Bradenton FL USA 

Pros: Ease of operation
Cons: Battery loses charge quickly after a few days.
Review: Only used it once which explains the 4 stars and not 5.
Fully charges in about 2.5 hours but seems to lose its charge quickly over 1 week so be sure to check the charge before you need it. Be sure to download the free app which gives you an instant read on your signal and how much battery remains.. Easy to use.
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Tuesday, April 08, 2014
An excellent product
by David from Corsham England 

Pros: Reasonable price, very flexible use
Review: Easy to set up, easy to use. Intended use is sea and land navigation., it does what it is supposed to.
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Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Exactly as advertised....
by A Customer from Orlando,FL 

Pros: Very accurate in all conditions
Cons: Can't really find any
Review: Great little gizmo....Had it for a year or two as I still fly GA recreationally even though the airline is my primary flying gig. I use it with GO app and works great. Even took it with me on a trip in the jet and it matched exactly what the ship was telling me dead on at Mach .81 at FL400. Would buy again.
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Thursday, March 13, 2014
Approved by a Captain/Pilot as GREAT device
by Srinivas from South Riding VA USA 

Pros: *****
Cons: none
Review: I bought this as a gift to my cousin who is a pilot and captain in a leading airlines. He flies everyday across international routes. He approved that this is a great product and rates this as a great product and enjoys using this for his flying.
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Saturday, February 01, 2014
Work as advertised
by Marvin from Easton MD USA 

Pros: Easy and Accurate
Cons: Takes several hours to charge
Review: I just bought a WiFi iPad mini to use with FlyQ, the AOPA product. It has worked perfectly for several flights.  The connection to an Ipad was effortless. The instructions for a Droid could be complex.
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Monday, October 21, 2013
by Phillip from Mimbres NM USA 
Review: Worked as advertised with Foreflight on Ipad 2.
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Sunday, September 15, 2013
by HAK from California 

Pros: Fast signal response great size easy to haul around, great for aviation
Cons: Wish battery was a few hours longer, only talks to one unit.
Review: The little unit rocks! I took it to the orient and guys bugged me to death to sell it, which I eventually did and got another one.

Worked great all over at altitudes etc. Just let it warm up for 30 minutes when you go to a new location like a new country, let it get established and you are good to go.

Sometimes you need to reboot your entire system but then its great. Used it all over town, linked to my cell phone or ipad. Upgraded to a XGPS160, works even better! Never had any hick-ups with the thing. I loved using it all the time and would buy another one if need be. Very cost effective!
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Wednesday, July 31, 2013
I would suggest this product to my friends
by Duane from Martinsville IN USA 

Pros: No wires. Simple to use. Price is right.
Review: Exceeded expectations. Locks on fast and stays locked on. Love the Bluetooth. No wires. I can place it any where in plane and it will get a signal.
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Tuesday, July 09, 2013
A fantastic product
by Russ from Redlands CA USA 

Pros: All pro
Cons: Couldn't think of anything against this product.
Review: Although I have gps in my e-pad and also extra program for gps, I would lose contact with the satellites. Once I got the dual xgps I had no problems. Contact was maintained throughout the flights.

I would certainly recommend.
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Monday, July 01, 2013
Dual gps receiver initial experiences
by oran from Warren PA USA 

Pros: does what it is supposed to
Cons: can't think of any aside from mentioned
Review: I've been using the receiver with my iPad3, for a sum total of 4 hours so far. Strong Bluetooth connections, likewise with a wide variety of satellite signals. The Dual Receiver seems to work best when it is lying flat, its back down, on a sturdy surface. Put differently, red knob facing upwards. Otherwise signals weak or nonexistent.
It does not work with each and every gps iPad application, so trials are best when used first, and only purchased later when compatibility is confirmed.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013
by Hernan from Don Torcuato Buenos Aires Argentina 

Pros: USB/12Volts charger
Cons: None
Review: The product met all my expectationes!
Adds whith great versatility.
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
no good
by A Customer from Denton MD USA 

Pros: none
Cons: No reception and Bluetooth connection not good at sll
Review: No GPS reception down south of America. Not Good. Plus Switch broke. Total waiste of money .
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Inconsistent signal
by Jeff from Mount Juliet TN USA 

Pros: Indicates position on charts!
Cons: Undependable signal
Review: With the unit on top of the glare shield, it takes a bit to begin working (showing your position on the chart). Once it begins working, it will from time to time, stop showing position as though it's not receiving the satellite signal it needs. When it works, it's an incredible tool, showing your position on sectional charts, approach plates and low altitude enroute charts. Just don't depend on it.
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Tuesday, April 30, 2013
by john from woodland CA USA 
Review: Great!
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Saturday, April 27, 2013
Reliable for secondary navigation
by A Customer from Wasilla AK USA 

Pros: lightweight, simple and good battery life
Cons: button is a little hard to push, also can be a plus
Review: I enjoy this product, it works well throughout the whole area above 60 North, battery powered lasted for 6 1/2 hours on full charge for one flight and was able to connect is to the accessory outlet for the remainder. I use it with a Nexus 7 tablet and get great results.
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Tuesday, April 09, 2013
by A Customer from Wellington TX USA 
Pros: easy to use
Cons: battery life
Review: works great just as described
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Friday, March 29, 2013
3 star rating is generous
by A Customer from Washington, D.C. 

Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Not completely reliable
Review: The device frequently has problems pairing up with my ForeFlight-equipped IPads, sometimes taking 20 minutes or longer for the IPad to recognize the GPS unit. I often have to reset my IPad's network settings, which results in all my stored network connections and passwords being lost.

The device, despite being charged for hours, often will register under 90% percent battery life upon startup.

The unit has failed on two separate occasions in flight, both times at low altitudes while navigating in controlled airspace.
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Monday, March 25, 2013
by Lawrence from Gig Harbor WA USA 
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Monday, March 11, 2013
Good simple GPS unit
by Paul from Rolling hills estates CA USA 

Pros: Goes into standby mode to save battery when app doesn't ask for position
Cons: Bluetooth can only supply info to 1 device at a time ( Bluetooth limitation)
Review: Works well, even on airliner, ground speed accurate on iPad app
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Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Works as advertised
by Gregory from Martinez GA USA 

Pros: Small for factor
Cons: Battery life
Review: It works, just as advertised. I use it on a Motorola Xoom and Ipad Mini.
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Saturday, February 23, 2013
Will not work at high altitudes
by A Customer from St. Joseph, Missouri 

Pros: Works as advertised below 39,700 feet.
Cons: Will not work at the altitudes where we fly!
Review: It works just fine until we climb above 39,700 feet. When we hit that altitude it stops providing any location information. It still shows that it is connected however. We use it in a Learjet Model 45 and always fly at 40,000 feet and above. So this does not work for us. Contacted the manufacturer who informed us that they were aware of the problem, that it was the chip used in the unit we had and we were instructed to return it and they would ship out one with a chip that would work at higher altitudes. We had to pay shipping to ship it back. A replacement unit arrived about a week later. Same problem. It quits providing location information at exactly 39,700 feet. Their answer was to ship it back again and they would replace it. Every time I send it back it cost us another $20.00.
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Works as advertised.
by A Customer from Lees Summit MO USA 

Pros: Small, light weight, stays put.
Cons: Non that I've found so far.

The unit paired easily with my ipad and connects every time I turn it on. I've only used it once in flight, but the tracking with AOPA's FlyQ EFB software was dead on.

I also use it with a GPS app in my iPad. If I zoom in tight, it will show me changing lanes on the interstate. That's accuracy!

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Monday, February 04, 2013
DUAL XGPS150A in a 757 over the NAT or WATRS
by Glenn from Astoria NY USA 

Pros: small, easy to place,
Cons: weak battery life
Review: This is a good product. It performs as expected. I am using it for North Atlantic and WATRS area. It works from taxi out to taxi into the gate and up to FL 400 (40,000). Its important to have it plugged into an external battery. I use this in conjunction with Jepps and and IPAD 2.  For 100 dollars a great value.
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Thursday, January 31, 2013
Just what the doctor ordered
by Andrew from Mackay QLD Australia 

Pros: Size, simplicity to use
Cons: Charge cord not accommodated by dashmat provided
Review: Really let down with my purchase of the iPad 4 when I went with the non 4G one and after purchase realized that model was without GPS. After a lot of surfing I found the xgps150 and thought this might be a way of getting my iPad back up to spec ... Well it performs fantastically well right out of the box. Little teething problems getting them to talk to each other but after a reboot and getting the sequence right it has performed flawlessly. Down side is that the charge cable isn't accommodated by the dashboard mat so in a car can be a little challenge to charge and use at the same time without it falling off the dash (we do a lot of 4wding). Also thought it might be nice to hook up with the use of a cord rather than only via Bluetooth but these as only small gripes. The app suggested to use is an excellent interface keeping you aware of your exact position elevation signal strength and battery life. All in all very happy with my purchase. It is priced competitively but postage I feel was a little over what it should have been to Australia.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
drops out with no warning
by A Customer from Honolulu HI USA 

Pros: Allows georeferencing between islands in Hawaii, which the iPad mini doesn't
Cons: Georeferencing stops with no indication of a problem
Review: I fly in Hawaii between islands.

Without the XGPS150, there would be no GPS coverage between islands with the assisted GPS in the iPad Mini and the FlyQ program from AOPA and Seattle Avionics. That's a good thing. The georeferencing stopped at the edge of Oahu when flying over water without the XGPS.

Here's the problem. While the FlyQ georeferencing now works between islands, I have to keep my eye on it as the plane will stop moving with no warning. Another problem is the heading shown on the FlyQ differs significantly (as much as 90 degrees difference) from the direction the plane is pointing in the georeferenced sectional. It works on the instrument approach procedure.

Here's how I know this. I have a Garmin 296 which has NEVER had any such problems between islands in the last 4 years of using it. The Garmin indicates my georefenced position to cross check the FlyQ and the XGPS. The Garmin and the XGPS sit side by side on the glareshield so it's not a problem with satellite signals. The XGPS shows many satellites in the setup with strong signals, so it's not a loss of signal problem.

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Works great with iPad. No cables or connections.
by George I. Robb's from Saint Cloud FL USA 

Pros: Easy to program into the iPad
Cons: Wish a 110 volt charge came with it or that one would be available.
Review: As a sport student, I've used it in conjunction with my iPad and it will certainly help you stay on course. Well worth the money. The only thing I've found is that I have to keep it charged through the lighter in my vehicle since I'm a student and don't want to leave it in the plane.
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Tuesday, January 15, 2013
I would buy this product again
by Richard from Budd Lake NJ USA 

Pros: Strong signal,quickly pairs with a device.
Cons: None that I have observes thus far
Review: I have used this GPS Receiver a number of times. I feel that it met all expectations. I feel that it made the GPS function in my I Pad much stronger, and the battery life of the I Pad seem to last longer.
I would purchase this product again,and I have recommend it to others.
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Tuesday, January 01, 2013
Doesn't work with Nexus 7
by bajadrifter from Huntersville NC 

Pros: good for iPad
Cons: not for latest Android tablets
Review: I bought this unit to use Garmin Pilot on my Nexus 7 Android table. It turns out that the XGPS150A does not work with the latest release "jellybean" of the Android operating system. I called Dual customer service and they said they are aware of the problem and they have their engineers working on it. That was a week ago and still no update.

The XGPS work well with the iPad...just not yet with the highly desirable Nexus 7.
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Friday, December 07, 2012
Works as described
by Sky Capt - Josh from Alpharetta GA USA 

Pros: easy to charge, easy to sync with my ipad, long battery life
Cons: no battery gauge on the unit
Review: I bought this GPS, sync'd it to Foreflight on my iPad, and then flew from PDK to EDN the next day. It worked great. There was only one time when I noticed my icon jump on the screen. I would buy it again.
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Friday, December 07, 2012
Very impressed. Love it!
by Stephen from Haltom City TX USA 

Pros: small, long battery, easy to use, super easy to set up.
Cons: None found yet
Review: I use it for my iPad with ForeFlight and it really works great. I just turn it on, throw it on the dash and try not to forget it when I put the plane up. It always locks on to plenty of satellites and the accuracy is very nice. My opinion is that it is well worth the cost. Especially since you can use it for all kinds of devices.
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Has trouble in a jet
by Richard from Tempe AZ USA 

Pros: Small good battery life
Cons: Dosn't work in an airliner
Review: It works perfect in my plane, but it does not lock onto the satellites in an airliner. I updated the firmware which was supposed to fix the problem, but it still does not work reliably. It will show good SNR on 8 or 9 satellites, but no fix.
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Great Product
by Justin from Norman OK USA 

Pros: Does not need to be plugged in to ipad allowing for ipad to be charged in flight.
Cons: None
Review: Worked straight out of the box! Very reliable and bluetooth lasts for hours. Worked perfect with ipad and garmin pilot app.
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Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Performs as advertised
by Richard from Knoxville IA USA 

Pros: Very reliable and accurate
Cons: None
Review: Have used this on 3 flights thus far with ForeFlight. Paired with my iPhone and iPad on the first try and reconnects every time.
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Monday, October 29, 2012
Easy connection, FAST, accurate!
by Tom from Hampton GA USA 

Pros: Fast and Accurate!
Cons: None
Review: The Dual XGPS150 connected to my iPhone's Bluetooth easily and quickly, and was then quickly found enough satellites to enable GPS functionality, much more quickly and accurately than the GPS that's built into the iPhone or iPad. I placed the Dual unit into the included rubber dash pad, placed it on the glareshield, and forgot about it. Nothing to do but to "GPS" around the sky! The downloadable software utility is useful for determining battery strength, amongst other things. The battery lasted approximately 6 hours of use, still had 40% remaining, but I went ahead and charged it at this point. This is a must-have!
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Works OK Some Time
by Alex C from Macungie PA USA 

Review: Works ok, but loses contact way too much. Would be nice if more than one device could hook up thru Bluetooth at the same time. Would be nice if it had a suction cup for attaching to windows. Overall a decent device.
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Thursday, October 11, 2012
by Jerry from Fort Smith, AR 
Review: GREAT add on for Foreflight Mobile and the iPad! Highly recommend!!
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Does what it's supposed to do
by Ken TR182 from Minneapolis MN USA 

Pros: Easy to use and works all the time.
Cons: Battery life could be longer.
Review: I'm a pilot who uses this GPS with the iPad. I've used it for a few months with no problems. I used the GNS 5870 for 6 months and had plenty that the Dual doesnt appear to exhibit like won't shut off, locks up and doesn't broadcast a location.
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
I would buy this product again
by Darius from Muenchen Germany 

Pros: Very easy to use
Cons: only 8hrs battery life
Review: The product met my expectations although as mentioned by other reviewers the battery life could be better.
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Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Works well
by Donald G from Marion OH USA 

Review: Used it check field tile location, it just works. I use it on a wifi iPad and with road maps. It works, really like it.
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Monday, August 06, 2012
Like the Bad Elf, but harder to misplace
by A Customer from Iowa City IA USA 

Pros: Compared to the Bad Elf has the advantage that it's bigger and you handle it separately from the iPad. So it's harder for me to lose it.
Cons: Compared to the Bad Elf, it has the disadvantage that you have to charge it up, although it seems to hold its charge longer than the iPad it
Review: I had a Bad Elf external GPS, and it worked great until I lost it. The problem with the Bad Elf is that it is easily dislodged from its receptacle in the iPad when you handle the Ipad. When it falls off, you're unlikely to notice that it's gone, and you might have trouble finding it. I lost mine once, somebody found it in a parking lot and put it in lost-and-found so that I recovered it, but then I lost it again for good. I don't have a habit of losing other stuff - just the Bad Elf.

So I then got the Dual external GPS to replace my lost Bad Elf. It works just as well.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Great addition to the cockpit both IFR and VFR
by Mark from Centerville, IA USA 

Pros: Very accurate and great battery life.
Cons: You need to add a free app to add unit to an android tablet
Review: It works very well once you get it set up correctly. It works right out of the box for the iPad 2 and takes reading the manuals and being a bit patient with the Android. It works perfect with Foreflight on Ipad and Anywhere map on the Android 7" Samsung Tab.
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Monday, June 25, 2012
Works great with Foreflight on iPad3
by Tony H. from Richmond VA USA 

Review: No issues using the GPS with Foreflight on the iPad3. Accurately shows position (confirmed while over flying an airstrip under my path) and altitude. Easy to setup and quickly establishes the Bluetooth connection both initially and in flight. Download the Dual GPS status app to test the unit before you fly and there will be no worries.
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Monday, June 25, 2012
An asset to the cockpit!
by Ray S. from CO USA 

Pros: Everything about it.
Cons: Can't think of any.
Review: I recently purchased the Duel XGPS150 and feel that it was the best $100 I've spent on a navigation tool so far. I have an iPad without an internal GPS, and needed a unit so I could use my ForeFlight software. This little unit works like a champ! I just turn it on, set it on top of the instrument panel in my Piper Cherokee 235, and forget about it. Just make sure it's charged before you fly, and it will last several hours. I have also used it with my iPad in my Jeep Grand Cherokee to navigate! I love it!
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Monday, June 25, 2012
Good unit for one device
by Jim from Phoenix AZ USA 

Pros: Easy to charge, sits nicely on glareshield
Cons: Does not support multi-device conncetion, poor advertising on usage.
Review: We bought the GPS to be used in a King Air, hoping that both pilot iPads, and customer devices in the cabin could be connected. In fact, you can only have one device at a time be linked to the GPS. The box states "supports multiple devices". What it means is that many different devices are supported by the GPS, but you can only use one at a time. So if you are in a biz aircraft, with a crew compliment of iPads, and a customer with an iPhone in the back, you have to pick which device will be connected. In our case, one iPad was connected, and everyone else suffered.
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Saturday, June 23, 2012
Love it
by elp ben from El Paso TX USA 

Pros: small, good battery life
Cons: non other than easily lose able.
Review: I love this with my iPad. While it and iPad only qualify as a class 1 device for "help" its been dead on for VFR, day and night flights. I just started flying again and I feel like I went from Charles Lindbergh tech to Buck Rogers.... Only thing, I'd say and its not really a negative, but its designed to be small and inconspicuous, make it part of your postflight or you'll leave it in the rental...
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Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Excellent GPS
by Michael from Bend OR USA 

Pros: Great design. Works very well.
Cons: None.
Review: I am using the Dual GPS with an iPad 3 and WingX. It works flawlessly. The soft rubber dash mount case is also excellent.
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Monday, June 18, 2012
by Nerio from Sonoma CA USA 

Pros: light, small, powerful, fast
Cons: when battery is low bluetooth is unreliable
Review: Small, easy, strong, at least five hours of battery life fast to acquire satellites... the only thing is that when the battery is low the bluetooth starts to be unreliable. The staff at the manufacturer is very unresponsive.
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Saturday, June 16, 2012
Dual GPS adequate
by Val from Santaquin Ut USA 

Pros: Consistent tracking everywhere
Cons: Limited information
Review: The GPS does a very good job of tracking location and has a very good battery life. However, I was under the impression when I purchased it that it would also provide some weather updates. I use it with my 3G -wifi IPad 2. My iipad tracks almost as well the GPS does, even when the 3G is turned off. When my 3G is on and am within range of a Cell tower, I get far better information.
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Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Good bang for your buck
by Richard from Houston TX USA 

Pros: Never loses gps signal, easy to pair with apple
Cons: It was difficult to pair with my Samsung galaxy android phone
Review: Works exactly as advertised. Easy to pair and never loses a signal while up in the dashboard. Also haven't had it overheat. If you don't want to shell out the money for stratus then this is a great alternative.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Works good.
by A Customer from Peabody KS USA 

Pros: Works good.
Cons: Lights reflect off windshield at night.
Review: The product works very well. The only thing I don't like are the lights on the unit are too bright and reflect off the windshield at night.
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Wednesday, May 02, 2012
by A Customer from Laguna hills Ca USA 
Pros: Simple to use - Long battery life.
Cons: Needs charger cable update to compact plug
Review: Works great and easily linked to the Ipad.
Compact and unobtrusive on the glare shield.
Wish it had changed to a compact USB charger.

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Thursday, April 26, 2012
Works like a charm
by Lon from Santa Monica CA USA 

Pros: Works exactly as advertised
Cons: None
Review: I bought the Dual XGPS 150 to use with my iPad version 1 that doesn't have a built-in GPS. I've used the XGPS in my car and while flying a Cessna 172. It worked perfectly in both, right out of the box.
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Dual GPS is singularly excellent
by Jeff from Canon GA USA 

Pros: Solid construction and good GPS connection
Cons: another thing to charge...
Review: Easy set up and quick and consistant GPS connection are best features. Wireless in nice. Just set on the glare shield and forget.... remembering to charge it is another thing.... very nice product!
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Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Works great with iPad
by A Customer from LaBelle FL USA 

Pros: Works with iPad
Cons: Battery life
Review: Bought to use with iPad 2 w/ WiFi and Naviontics. Worked great. Tracked trip. Kept up with location on water.
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Monday, March 12, 2012
Nice unit for IPad
by Stephen from Las Vegas NV USA 

Pros: small out of site
Cons: Need to charge it before a flight
Review: Unit is small and comes with a soft holder that sits on the glare shield. Works both the Ipad and the iPhone plus 3 other devices so I always have a back up to the back up. Has its own power supply so it does not use the power of the I pad thus saving battery
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Monday, March 12, 2012
Best Investment
by Claudia from Chualar CA USA 

Pros: Everything
Cons: Nothing
Review: Works amazingly. I use it with ForeFlight and my Wi-Fi ipad. There is no need to have 3G connections to use in flight. As long as the GPS is near a window, there are no interruptions. I highly recommend this for anyone that is using an ipad in flight.
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Friday, March 02, 2012
Easy to use
by Nancy from Green Cove Springs FL USA 

Pros: Size; very compact. Easy to set up. Got it working with my IPAD the first try.
Review: My iPAD just has WIFI. I wanted to add a GPS capability to use some additional apps with the iPAD. Have not used it extensively as yet.
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Improve the accuracy of your GPS app
by Thomas from Fresno CA USA 

Review: Excellent product. Simple to connect/pair using bluetooth. Turn it on and it does the rest.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012
A very good purchase
by Jim from Eugene OR USA 

Pros: Quick acquisition time
Cons: While it has plenty, I still wish it had more battery time
Review: This GPS turned out to be the perfect accessory for my iPad using the ForeFlight app. It has functioned flawlessly and the rubber dash mount holder keeps the GPS in place with no problem.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Nice unit, very sensitive
by Steve from Tucson AZ USA 

Pros: Good signal sensitivity, good bluetooth range.
Cons: Battery % reading on iPad app may be pessimistic.
Review: Excellent unit, receives gps signals well even inside my steel hangar. Size is wonderfully small. I use it with my iPad, using app from Dual to provide interface. Works great with gps receiver in back window of my C-182 and iPad in front seat. The app is helpful, it shows satellites and signal strengths in great detail. It also shows battery life in %. At first the battery life seemed short based on the % reading, but as I ran the battery down it held on longer than I expected based on early battery power readings. Seems like it will be OK for 4-5 hour flights. Sure hope the gov't doesn't take our gps signals away in favor of broadband internet!
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Wednesday, February 08, 2012
by Gerald from Salinas CA USA 
Review: I would buy this product again.
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Love it
by Flying Ace from Laurel MD USA 

Pros: Easy Set up.
Cons: NONE
Review: Easy set up. Using it for aircraft GPS with ForeFlight. Shows the position in real time on the map. Very useful.
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
good addition to my flight bag
by girlpilot from Saint Louis MO USA 

Pros: WiFi, can be used with any suitable Bluetooth compatible device, small size, cigarette lighter adapter for charging the unit
Cons: Haven't found any yet!
Review: I'm old fashioned - still find my way around the sky with charts, VORs and NDBs. However I did buy a Flight Guide subscription for my iPAD and since I can use it for flight planning as well, I thought a compatible GPS receiver would be useful. I don't have moving map capability, but it's not hard to find the plane on the seamless sectional. I can see that it would be quite useful if i needed to make an unscheduled fuel stop, or find the nearest airport in an emergency. I like the Bluetooth WiFi because the receiver can be placed where it gets the best signal while the iPad can be used by anyone in the aircraft.
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Monday, January 30, 2012
by David from Jackson MO USA 

Pros: Easy bluetooth connection. Better reception and faster refresh rate.
Cons: Battery life shorter than the IPAD's
Review: I have a IPAD 1 with the built in GPS which worked poorly in the airplane and not that great in the car. The Dual XGPS150 Bluetooth GPS Receiver has greatly improved reception of GPS signals.
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Monday, January 30, 2012
Works as described
by Neal from Geneva OH USA 

Pros: Its small , wireless
Cons: None yet
Review: I have had no problem receiving signal, has been everything I expected. Don't know about the battery life I have not used it long enough to tell yet.   I am using this with my Acer Tablet/Windows 7/ with Glassview.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Works as Advertised
by RittSea from Macungie PA USA 

Pros: Bluetooth, Separate battery, Long battery life, Simple to use, Easy to configure.
Cons: None known yet.
Review: There are few products that work right out of the box with very little instruction and work the way they advertise. But the Dual XGPS150 is such a product. It's very easy to set up and use, and does a few simple things very well.

Plus it's Bluetooth, so you can place it wherever you need it to get the best signal. And you don't have to plug it up to your iPad/iPhone and worry about breaking the connector pin or draining your battery.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
I am not sure
by Adil OZGUN from Jamaica NY USA 

Review: Before I bought the other one gps reciever the little black one . Nowadays I tried to use the XGPS150 via bluetooth but one or two times it connected properly, except these usage the reciever made me mad because of it showed 2 or 1 gps satt. , I dont like this reciever , I am not sure about it works well or not.
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Monday, January 16, 2012
So far, so good.
by Greg from Paducah KY USA 

Pros: quick, good battery life
Cons: none
Review: Purchased this to use with Ipad. Charged it up and connected promptly to Ipad. It aquires quickly and works well. Even inside my house! Was showing my brother over the holidays. Forgot and left the unit on all night. Still had power the next morning.
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Thursday, January 05, 2012
by Bob from Chico CA USA 
Pros: small, easy to use
Cons: none so far
Review: Great product, especially for the price.
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Monday, November 07, 2011
I would buy this product again
by Ute from Fairbanks AK USA 

Review: Works as expected. Excellent choice.  I can place the GPS unit where I have the best reception in the cockpit. No need for external antenna. GPS unit works with most GPS programs and/or bluetooth device that need GPS information ( e.g. cameras, hiking, iphone support if you do not have coverage or inside).
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A superior product!
by Michael from Horton MI USA 

Review: This GPS receiver was very easy to set up, and works flawlessly with my iPad running a variety of aviation apps. The battery life exceeds advertised limits, and recharging is very simple at home or in the air.
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Monday, October 17, 2011
I would buy this product again
by Thomas from Neenah WI USA 

Review: So far so good. I have used it on several trips, battery life is good, no accidental turn off/on. Friction pad perfect for securing unit where placed. Only slight downside is have to remove unit from friction pad to charge. That is very minor.
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Sunday, October 16, 2011
XGPS 150
by captain khoso from Karachi Pakistan 

Pros: Fine product
Cons: Nothing
Review: This product works fine inside Airliner Aircraft having shielded heated thick window glass.
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Monday, October 03, 2011
Love It
by Andrew from Vicksburg MI USA 

Pros: Very Acurate, Never comes unpluged from iPad becasue its wireless.
Cons: have to remove it from antislide pad to plug it into to charge.
Review: I love this GPS, sensitity is great works awsome with my iPad.

My only complant is after 8 hours of use when the battery dies there is no warning on the iPad, at least not in Garmin Pilot My Cast, just stays at last position which is confusing when your traveling 150 knots nearing contralled airspace. Be nice to have some kind of warning other then the red light flash whcih can't be seen at day with it on the dash.
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Wednesday, September 28, 2011
works perfectly
by James from North Andover MA USA 

Pros: High update rate and accuracy, low cost
Cons: Yet one more thing to keep charaged or hook up to a USB adaptor
Review: It was trivial to get this sync'd up with my WiFi-only iPad, and it quickly produces spot-on GPS location. I was a little worried about bluetooth connectivity instead of a hard-wired connection, but I can maintain a connection from more than 10 feet away. Use in the cockpit is easy and reliable.
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Tuesday, August 23, 2011
by James from North Andover, MA 
Review: Gets a satellite lock much faster than my "other brand" GPS device, and Bluetooth link to Apple iPad 2 works reliably more than 20 feet away. I was initially disappointed to see it back-ordered, but I shouldn't have been. MyPilotStore sent it via priority mail when it was back in stock, and it arrived on the same day as the rest of my order. No hassle. Good show!
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Previous Customer Questions For Dual XGPS150A Bluetooth GPS Receiver:
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On Friday, December 13, 2013 a customer asked:
Does it come with a charger that plugs into an elec outlet (115v)?
A: No, it does not have a wall charger.  The XGPS150 is charged via the USB connector on the side of the device. To charge, simply connect the XGPS150 to the USB port on any computer using the included USB cable. A 12V cigarette lighter adapter is also included for charging the XGPS150 in a car or airplane. It takes approximately 2.5 hours to fully charge the XGPS150.

On Saturday, September 14, 2013 a customer asked:
In all the comments I cannot see if it work the latest Ipad4!
A: Yes, this is fully compatible with ALL iPad and iPad mini models.

On Thursday, September 12, 2013 a customer asked:
Will this unit work with Garmin pilot App? I want to pair it with my Galaxy tab 10, will it work? Do I need to install any additional software or apps?

The Dual XGPS150A will provide GPS information to a number of apps and will work with Garmin Pilot as well.  It is compatible with the Galaxy Tab 10 and does not require anything other than a Bluetooth connection.  Please note that this unit does not provide an internet connection or cellular data.  It provides GPS information only.

On Monday, August 05, 2013 a customer asked:
Will it work with IPad mini 3G?
A: Yes, this will work with the iPad mini (all models, including the 3G).

On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 a customer asked:
Will it work with Jeppeson FD? Thanks.
A: Yes, this will work with Jeppesen Flight Deck.

On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 a customer asked:
Will it work with the ipad3?
A: You bet, this is fully compatible with the new iPad 3!

On Friday, March 30, 2012 a customer asked:
will this item work for aviation navigation on a samsung galaxy tab 10.1?
A: Yes, this will work on the Android powered Galaxy Tab 10.1.

On Sunday, March 11, 2012 a customer asked:
Is this the new Dual XGPS150A? I ask, because the original 150 came with a 12 volt charger, while the 150A comes with a "28V Adapter" (according to Dual's website). Your webpage says that you are selling the "150" (no "A") and that it comes with a "12-30 volt charger." The plane that I fly will require a 28 volt adapter.
A: Yes, this is the new A model (XGPS150A).  The A model was upgraded it be 12-30 volt capacity instead of a fixed 12 volt capacity.

On Wednesday, December 14, 2011 a customer asked:
Can I use it with two iPads at the same time?
A: This product can only connect to a single device at a time.

On Monday, November 28, 2011 a customer asked:
How is the GPS rechargeable battery charged ? Should it be charged only after it's charge is completely depleted or can it be charged at anytime ? Thanks.
A: The Dual XGPS150 can be charged in the cabin with the included 12V cigarette lighter adapter or from a computer via the included USB cable.  It can fully re-charge in about 2.5 hours and a full charge lasts for about 8.5 hours of continuous use.

On Saturday, November 26, 2011 a customer asked:
Does it work with iPad 1 without 3g?
A: Yes, it works with both the iPad1 and iPad 2 with and without 3G.



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