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RENTAL: Bad Elf Flex GNSS Receiver

MSRP: $200.00
Was: $200.00
Now: $170.00
(You save $30.00 )
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Minimum Purchase:
1 unit
Maximum Purchase:
2 units

Bad Elf Flex-RENTAL

We now have a fleet of Bad Elf Flex to offer our clients!!

Not sure if you are ready to buy or just need more staff in the field, check out our rentals.

We are expanding the rental fleet with the Bad Elf Flex Standard and a few Extreme models. Most are L1 GNSS but we also have several with Multi-Frequency activations. ALL are capable of utilizzing the daily tokens for $25 to activate mFreqency and Atlas H10 services. Your choice.

  • Sub-meter (<60cm.) using SBAS
  • Sub-foot (<30cm.) using NTRIP
  • Sub-decimeter (<10cm.) using NTRIP (Flex Extreme)
  • Sub-decimeter (<10cm.) using Atlas L-Band subscription (used mostly by those operating outside of North America) Token subscription costs are NOT included in our rental prices.


Mounting Options:

Because the Bad Elf Flex is simply a receiver in a box, you will need a method to carry it into the field. We do not rent backpacks (~$135), GPS poles (~$255), monopods (~$28), External Puck Antennas ($155/ L1 GNSS; $725/L1-L2-L5-L-Band) but we do offer them for sale. Ask us at time of rental.


(1) BE-GPS-5500 Flex receiver

(1) 3ft (90cm) Mini-USB cable for charging

(1) 12-24V DC vehicle USB charger

(1) Wall adapter

(1) Accessory case

(1) Rugged waterproof case

(1) 5/8″ x 11 to 1/4″ x 20 adapter

(1) User’s Manual

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Contact Us if you have questions.

Please inspect your rental kit when it arrives and verify all parts received as specified in the invoice, and notify us immediately if anything is missing or damaged. Please test the receiver and ensure it powers on and operates correctly. For best results it may require setting up to run in an open sky for 20 minutes or more as the last time operated may have been many time zones away or even weeks or months ago. It will need some time to get a full "almanac" from the satellites and give good positional information.

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