SAH03 SIX HIKING MAP SPECIAL (plus FREE digital gifts)
Complete set of five maps + freebie
NO SHIPPING FEES!
FREE DIGITALS ... when your paper maps are ready for dispatch you'll get an email inviting you to download a Zip file full of free gifts!
South African addressees only; Courier delivery only
This Special is ONLY available for shipping to destinations within South Africa
All-Waterproof or Laminated : includes Table Mountain, Silvermine & Hout Bay (NEW post fire edition!), Cape Point and Simon's Town [NEW]; Hike the Cederberg [two map set] [NEW] and our brand new FISH RIVER CANYON.
AND what's more – every order for this Special will include FREE our "Kleinmond Walks" mini-map!
IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT DIGITAL GIFTS
1. Our digital maps are effectively snapshots of our paper maps. They are not interactive [enlargement does not reveal greater detail] nor does removing elements, eg title pane, reveal more mapped area. That said, they can be enlarged or reduced to the limits of their resolution [300 dpi] with complete flexibility.
2. iPHONES: We have recently been made aware that some iPhones store picture content in the Cloud, not on the phone, necessitating downloads every time you want to use the map. Seems that Apple wasn't thinking about the vast areas of the earth with no wifi or phone reception. Work around this by installing a flash memory card in your phone if possible, so that the maps are always immediately available. This problem does not seem to occur on Android and other phones, as far as we know. Any info from users would be very helpful!
3. Please remember our recommendation: that you download your digital purchases to a laptop or other hard drive before transferring them [if required] to a tablet or smartphone.
4. Please note that digital products are NOT RETURNABLE! How could we possibly know whether they have been completely erased from all your devices? Please be fair!
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The product itself is great with lots of detail. I am now thinking that an electronic version might have been a better idea and the details are too small for my ageing eyes!
This septuagenerian cartographer has no problems!