In Honour Of Trackable Week


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In case you haven’t been keeping track, Groundspeak’s lackeys are celebrating all things geocoin and TB-related this week …

So in honour of Trackable Week 2012, It’s Not About Numbers has a fantastic prize worth A$34.85 to give away. Our lucky winner will take home a NZ Flag micro-geocoin, a Pure Colour travel tag and a Geo-Achievement set of their choice, courtesy of Australian webstore 101Geo.

The highlight of our competition is the Geo-Achievement set by American manufacturer Coins And Pins.

It features a commemorative geocoin of your latest finds or hides milestone, plus matching lapel pin – both of which are plated in polished nickel. The coin even has room on the back for two lines of custom engraving – so you’ll never forgot which geocache got you to that mark.

Every player is catered for – from weekend warriors to FTF freaks – as 101Geo owner Alan Arthur stocks the full range of Geo-Achievement Geocoin Award sets in his popular webstore, “including not only the ‘finds’ sets (celebrating your geocache finds, from 100 finds up to 50,000 finds), but also the geocache ‘hides’ sets (from 10 to 300 hides)”.

“These coins look amazing, and are a great excuse to add a coin to your own personal collection, and commemorate a caching milestone at the same time,” he says.

The tiny NZ Flag geocoin measures just 2.5 centimetres across, making it perfect for squeezing into those tiny hides, while the Pure Colour series of trackables are “a cross between a geocoin and a travel tag”.

“They’re solid metal and thick like a geocoin, but smaller in size (24 x 24 millimetres) and with a chain attached, like a travel bug.”

Best of all, they come in a wide range of colourful enamels.

As you’d expect, all three are trackable on – each with their own icon.


To get your name in the draw, tell us which is your favourite trackable from 101Geo’s extensive range. Entries close at noon (NZ time) on September 23, 2012. Usual INATN terms and conditions apply.

*In the meantime, signal your participation in Trackable Week 2012 on Groundspeak’s Facebook events page.





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  1. Guwapo's Papa says:

    September 19, 2012 at 7:56 am

    That shiny looking coin next to the paragraph about the NZ micro coin sure looks like the Aussie flag to me.

  2. kjwx says:

    September 19, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    Perhaps it’s time to get my eyes tested … Unfortunately, such details are easily missed when blogging from my phone in the middle of the night. Thanks for the heads-up, Bruce.

  3. Guwapo's Papa says:

    September 19, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    And your day (night) job is?

  4. kjwx says:

    September 19, 2012 at 5:09 pm

    Yes but they don’t make me design a news page on a screen the size of my iPhone’s. It may feel like it sometimes but my work terminal is actually much bigger.
    Plus if I got everything right, you Dunedin cachers would have nothing to complain about.

  5. Dave Racette on Facebook says:

    September 19, 2012 at 11:35 am

    That Geocoin License is pretty cool!

  6. Philip Williams on Facebook says:

    September 20, 2012 at 10:19 pm

    i hope i win

  7. kjwx says:

    September 28, 2012 at 11:20 pm

    UPDATE: Congratulations to Canada’s Lib Mendonca … You’ve won our Trackable Week prize from 101 Geo.

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