Bad Elf Bluetooth GPS Pro+

MSRP: $458.50
Was: $399.00
Now: $247.75
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Bluetooth GPS Pro+

Includes: Bluetooth™ GPS + GLONASS Receiver with Barometric Sensor, USB File System Support and Streaming NMEA GPS Data Output

Be Adventurous - Explore the World

The original Bad Elf GPS Pro received rave reviews from the most demanding customers in military, commercial, andprivate aviation.

The GPS Pro+, adds GLONASS satellite capability, USB file system access to data logs, and a barometric sensor for altitude. This GPS receiver, with 24 hour battery life when paired over Bluetooth/35 Hour Battery - Stand Alone Data Logger and the capacity to log a full week on the road just got better.


  • Instantly add GPS location support to your iPad Wi-Fi or iPod touch devices via Bluetooth
  • Connect up to five device at once
  • View GPS+GLONASS status quickly with the backlit LCD
  • All day battery life - Pair Over Bluetooth - 24Hrs / Stand Alone Data Logger - 35Hrs
  • Log up to 200 hours of trip position data direct on your Bad Elf
  • Access your data logs directly from any PC or Mac using the included USB cable. GPS appears just like a USB thumb drive
  • USB connectivity to PC or Mac provides streaming NMEA GPS data
  • Obtain altitude from GPS and from the built-in barometer
  • High performance 66 channel GPS + GLONASS receiver that provides latitude, longitude, altitude, speed, and GPS track
  • Accurate to 2.5M (9') up to 60,000' and 1000 mph
  • Quickly acquires satellite lock without cell tower assistance - Hot start time in as little as 2 seconds
  • No internet connection or monthly subscription required
  • IPX4 water resistance makes this device ready for outdoors

Bad Elf GPS provides location data to any and all apps that use Apple's iOS Core Location framework.

Where To Use?

  • Aviation
  • Marine
  • Vehicle Navigation
  • Geocaching
  • Travel
  • Running
  • Cycling
  • Hiking
  • Stargazing
  • Racing


  • 2.5M (9') positional accuracy with MTK chipset
  • 66 channel GPS & GLONASS receiver
  • WAAS compatible, SBAS/EGNOSIMSAS support
  • Up to 10Hz sample rate
  • Lock times: 2s (hot). 1Ss (warm). 33s (cold)
  • Size: 3.0" x 2.4" x 0.7" / 76mm x 61mm x 18mm (HWD)
  • Weight: 3.2oz/91g - full package 6oz/170g

Made For:

  • iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th generation)
  • iPhone SS, iPhone SC, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4
  • iPad Air and iPad (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation)
  • iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display

In The Box:

  • Bad Elf GPS Pro+ Data Logger
  • 3' (1M) mini-USB cable for charging
  • Car charger
  • User guide
  • Detachable lanyard

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  • 5
    Verified Purchase

    Posted by James H. on Mar 22nd 2016

    For the past few weeks I've been running the three current Bad Elf units, the 2200, 2300 and GNSS Surveyor, side by side in both slow (hiking) and faster (vehicle) situations.I've been using the 2200 for a couple of years, and its performance is reasonable and usually (but not always) within the indicated accuracy, especially in a vehicle. It has a tendency to intermittent, persistent, horizontal offsets that resolve themselves on a timescale of minutes. It is reasonably good in commercial and general aviation environments. In terms of usability it works fine with the Bad Elf iOS app.The GNSS Surveyor is targeted at quasi-static applications (as its name suggests), but is noticeably better than the 2200 in all situations that I have tested - faster to lock and much more accurate. It, too, works fine with the iOS app. I haven't yet achieved sub-meter accuracy, but it's close. It does report poorer accuracy with obstructed sky view, but the actual data are not noticeably worse than the other units in those situations.The 2300, which I have only used for a couple of weeks so far, has been a complete disappointment. Of the three, it is generally the slowest to lock, and while it generally has better horizontal accuracy than the 2200, it is nowhere near as good as the Surveyor, even in a moving vehicle. Additionally, its vertical accuracy is horrible, with wild excursions when set to GPS elevation. It also has something seriously wrong with its BT interface - it repeatedly disconnects, and every time I want to connect it I have to instruct my iOS devices to forget it and then repair. After a few attempts it seems to hold until the next time.At this time I cannot recommend the 2300....

  • 5
    Verified Purchase

    Posted by Eric W. on Jan 22nd 2016

    I own and love the Bad Elf Pro (model 2200), so when the app update showed appeared on my iPad indicating a new device, I ordered immediately. My application is aviation and I use the device with Foreflight. After I unboxed the new unit and toggled through the onscreen menus, I was initially skeptical of any additional value regarding the new device UNTIL I did a side by side comparison. The Bad Elf Pro+ (2300) truly eclipses the Bad Elf Pro (2200) in terms of speed and accuracy. I'm getting "boot" location acquisition times that are sub-30 seconds, GPS altitude readings +/-25 feet from known values, and almost immediate heading/speed readings when walking/driving. The barometric/thermo features are a bit of a let-down, but the improved GPS functionality more than offsets this shortcoming. (I'm hoping Bad Elf continues to improve the barometric functionality via firmware updates in the future.) Pilots that already own the 2200 will appreciate the speed/accuracy improvements of the 2300 and will be amazed that such a small package can deliver these impressive results. Final point ... the fine folks at Bad Elf provide a lanyard, vehicle power adapter charger, and USB cable. A first class, everything-you-need package in my estimation.Feedback to the fine folks at Bad Elf ... please give us a USB micro charging port/cable next time around.