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Connect the device with our Spacetalk app and watch the magic happen. Call and text them, authorise their contacts, turn on school mode, set safe zones and so much more.
Spacetalk Adventurer requires a Nano SIM card with calls, SMS and data, and a Spacetalk in-app subscription for up to 2 watches $5.99/month or up to 5 watches for $8.99/month.
Adventurer is designed to work on ALL mobile network operators (including virtual network operators) throughout Australia and New Zealand on their 4G and 3G network.
*On some mobile service providers, use of MMS Messaging services maybe a chargeable cost in addition to your basic plan. To avoid these costs, we recommend using the Chat message function to send and receive multimedia messages between devices.
• Screen Protector
• Quickstart Guide
• Warranty Card
• 4G support: Yes - B1, B3, B5, B7, B20, B8, B28(AB)
• 3G support: Yes - B1, B5, B8 (all bands)
• SIM Card: Nano 4FF type
• OLED display 360x320 pixels
• Gorilla Glass with Capacitive Touch
• 1 x Power Button on rear
• Tap to wake
• Speaker: Built in 0.5W 8ohm
• Bluetooth: Yes - BT4.2
• Microphone: Built in
• Heart Rate Sensor
• Internal LiPol battery 3.8V/750mAh
• Cradle: External cradle with USB-C charger support
• Typical Operating Time: Up to 2h talk, 36h standby time
• Thermoplastic Polyurethane(TPU)
• Strap Length: Max wrist 185mm / Min wrist 125mm
• Water Resistance Rating: IP67
Adventurer is rated as IP67 water and dust resistant. It has been tested submerged at a depth of 1m for 30mins. This rating means that Adventurer will be more tolerant to splashes, accidental submersion and rain. However we do not recommend actively swimming, bathing or showering with Adventurer fitted.
Yes, Adventurer will work on most 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks In New Zealand, Asia and Europe. It may not work reliably in the USA or Canada because of different mobile frequency bands.
Adventurer model ST2-4G-1 will work on 4G Bands: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B28 and 3G Bands:B1/B5/B8. Where GSM networks are still available 2G: 900/1800MHz.
Check this link to find your country and identify the mobile frequency bands in use.
Short location update intervals (e.g. 5 minutes) are not recommended for day to day use as they will drain the battery faster. For the best battery performance, we suggest using Adventurer's Location on Demand function in combination with a longer update interval or interval updates turned off.
Keeping Adventurer software up to date will also optimise the battery life.
It is also recommend to check that your SIM card has credit balance on it as Adventurer’s battery life will be affected if your SIM card runs out of credit.
On Adventurer swipe from top to bottom on the touch screen to reveal the battery level, network signal strength, settings, volume and brightness control.
The supplied charging cradle magnetically attaches to the rear of Adventurer. Plug one end of the supplied USB cable into the charging dock and the other end into a USB power source.
You can check the battery level in a variety of ways. On Adventurer swipe from top to bottom on the touch screen to reveal the battery level. From the Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner and then tap on the device you wish to view the battery percentage for.
To charge your Adventurer, it is recommended to connect the USB cable to a 5V/1Amp USB power supply.
Yes, Adventurer has a 4G mobile phone built into the watch. You will require a Nano SIM card, which is the smallest of the SIM card types available at the moment. Your provider’s plan should include calls, SMS and 1GB of data per month.
On Adventurer swipe from top to bottom on the touch screen to reveal the control center. Then tap 'Settings', then information and the watch's number will be displayed under 'Phone Number'. In certain cases the phone number may not register to the 'Phone Number' field. This is not a defect but rather a network operator issue where the numbers are dynamically assign the SIM card. If this occurs, check the Spacetalk app Settings menu for the phone number of the watch. Alternatively make a call to a contact and get them to recognise your Caller ID and provide it to you.
Yes, Adventurer will work on all 3G and 4G mobile networks in Australia.
Adventurer rejects SMS messages from unknown numbers. These rejected messages are forwarded to the Spacetalk app and the user will receive a notification of this message. When the Adventurer's balance is low you will receive an alert informing you.
On Adventurer swipe from top to bottom on the touch screen to reveal the battery level, network signal strength, settings, volume and brightness control.
The data connection is very important for normal operation of Adventurer. To check if there is an active data connection on Adventurer, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center. Then tap 'Settings', then information and under 'Network State' it should say connected if there is an active data connection.
It is possible to share access to Spacetalk Adventurer with multiple trusted users. NO ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTION is necessary for secondary accounts holders if they are only using sharing. To share Spacetalk Adventurer, please follow these steps:
Primary Account Holder
1. In your Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap 'My Account', then tap 'Manage Devices'
2. Tap the device you wish to share, then tap 'Share Access'
3. If the person you wish to share Spacetalk Adventurer with is already listed as a contact then tap 'select contact'. Alternatively tap 'Enter Email' and enter the email address of the person you wish to share Spacetalk Adventurer with.
Secondary Account Holder
1. Use the link in the invitation to download the Spacetalk app 2. Open the app and create a new Spacetalk account. Note you must use the same email address the invitation has been sent to create your account
3. Once you have created a Spacetalk account and are logged in, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. The invitation should appear under 'My Devices'
4. Tap on the invitation and it will allow you to Accept or Deny. Once accepted you will have shared access to that Spacetalk Adventurer
In the Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap 'My Account', then tap 'Manage Devices'. From here you can see a list of My Devices and also Shared Devices. You can also remove shared access to a particular Adventurer watch from this menu.
An unlimited number of contacts can be added to each Adventurer watch. Contacts are added in the Spacetalk app. To do this tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'Phone Contacts'. To add a new contact tap on the plus symbol. During set-up, a contact can be selected from your list of contacts on your smartphone or by adding a new contact. Contacts can also be flagged as emergency contacts for use when the Adventurer's SOS function is activated.
When an incoming call is received, Adventurer's screen will illuminate and details of the caller will be displayed. A green 'answer' button or red 'reject' button will be displayed.
Outgoing calls are limited to the list of contacts set up by the guardian using the Spacetalk app. From the clock screen on Adventurer, swipe right to left until you reach the Call app. Tap on Call to select from a list of contacts that your child is permitted to call.
Adventurer can be restricted to receive incoming calls from people listed in Adventurer's contact list only. In the Spacetalk app tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'Phone Contacts'. There is then an option to block calls from unknown numbers. This is set by default but guardians can choose to disable this feature to allow all incoming calls.
Parents and guardians can define classroom periods that make Adventurer distraction free. When in School Mode, Adventurer is effectively a watch and other functions will be disabled. During School Mode, parents have complete control and can choose to selectively enable or disable features. For example, parents may choose to enable the step counter feature, while disabling the ability to make and receive calls. There is no risk of classroom distractions because Adventurer is silent in School Mode.
School Mode is a feature activated in the Spacetalk app. To activate School Mode tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'School Mode'. To set up a new School Mode simply tap 'Add' located in the top right corner and enter your desired preferences.
To disable or enable features in the Spacetalk app tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'School Mode'. Tap on a previously set School Mode, then tap 'Enable Features'. To enable a feature while SPACETALK is in School Mode simply turn the corresponding switch to on.
When School Mode is active on Adventurer two pencils will appear in the middle of the clock screen.
In your Spacetalk app, you can find a radar button at the top right of the map on the Location tab. Tap it, and the Spacetalk app will start scanning for the watch user's GPS location. Soon, you'll have the most up-to-date location of the watch user.
Safe Zones are zones that are setup in the Spacetalk app. When the watch user arrives and leaves these pre-programmed zones an optional notification will be sent to the Spacetalk app.
To set up a new Safe Zone in the Spacetalk app tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'Safe Zones'. Tap 'Add Place' and enter the address of the desired location. Note that for Safe Zones to work you must also enable automatic location updates.
To set up alerts for Safe Zones, in the Spacetalk app tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device then tap 'Safe Zones'. Tap 'Add Alert'. From here, multiple Safe Zone notifications can be configured and these can be customised to suit particular days. Note that for Safe Zones to work you must also enable automatic location updates.
In the Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap the device and under the 'Phone Contact' section select a previously added contact and then mark this contact as an Emergency Contact.
In the Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap the device and under the 'Phone Contact' section tap on Edit. Then tap and drag a contact in the list to change the sequence.
Step count goals are set through the Spacetalk app. To set a goal tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap the device and under 'fitness' tap the settings icon to set a step count goal.
From the clock screen on Adventurer, swipe right to left until you reach the Message app. Tap on the message icon, then tap on the message thread you wish to reply to. To start a new message thread tap on the pencil symbol in the top right corner.
Messages can be viewed on Adventurer by tapping on the message icon.
When Adventurer receives a SMS message from an unknown number, it redirects it to the Spacetalk app. The message contents can be viewed in the Alerts within the Spacetalk app.
You may customise your own preset messages in the Spacetalk app. In the Spacetalk app, tap the 3 bars in the top left corner. Tap on the device, then tap on Chat/SMS Keyboard. From here you may add, delete and reorder messages to suit the Spacetalk user.
Yes. When creating a new SMS message on Adventurer, tap the 3 circles to revel the Microphone button. The user can record an audio message up to 15 seconds in length. Tap once to start recording and tap again to end.
On Adventurer, from the clock screen, swipe right to left until you reach the Weather app. It will show the weather now, hourly and daily forecast.
The Spacetalk app can also check the weather at the watch users location by tapping on the weather icon in the top right hand corner of the Location tab.
From the clock screen on Adventurer, swipe right to left until you reach the Alarm app. Tap on the '+' in the top right corner then entered your desired preferences.
To delete an alarm, from the clock screen on Adventurer, swipe right to left until you reach the Alarm app then hold down on the alarm you wish to delete.
To edit an alarm, from the clock screen on Adventurer, swipe right to left until you reach the Alarm app then tap on the alarm you wish to edit. Tap edit and update your desired preferences. Tap on the tick to save your new preferences.
Yes. Bluetooth connectivity is supported on Adventurer and the user is able to connect compatible devices for example Bluetooth headsets, Air pods and in-car Bluetooth systems. Currently Adventurer does not support Bluetooth enabled hearing aids which are medical devices and require a special type of Bluetooth connection.
On Adventurer, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center. Tap 'Settings', then scroll down and tap Bluetooth. Place your Bluetooth device into pairing mode. Refer to the manufactures instructions of your Bluetooth device for further information how to do this. Once the Bluetooth device is in pairing mode, on Adventurer toggle the switch to "on" then tap the plus symbol in the top right corner. Adventurer will start to scan for nearby Bluetooth devices. If the Bluetooth device is compatible, it should quickly appear. Tap the found device to complete pairing.
Spacetalk Holdings Pty Ltd warrants Spacetalk Adventurer for one year and in-box accessories for one year against defects in materials and workmanship commencing from the date of retail purchase. Spacetalk accessories purchased separately are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for six months from the original date of purchase.
Spacetalk’s express warranty is subject to certain exclusions, as set out in the warranty. For example, Spacetalk does not warrant the Spacetalk Adventurer watch or accessories for normal wear and tear, nor damage caused by accident or abuse.
Our goods and services come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. For major failures with the service, you are entitled:
• to cancel your service contract with us; and
• to a refund for the unused portion, or to compensation for its reduced value.
You are also entitled to choose a refund or replacement for major failures with goods. If a failure with the goods or a service does not amount to a major failure, you are entitled to have the failure rectified in a reasonable time. If this is not done, you are entitled to a refund for the goods and to cancel the contract for the service and obtain a refund of any unused portion. You are also entitled to be compensated for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage from a failure in the goods or service.
Spacetalk’s warranty on the Spacetalk watch and its accessories contains additional relevant provisions, including concerning how to make a warranty claim. The full warranty can be downloaded from the download section of this site.
After reading through the FAQs if you are still experiencing a problem, please visit the Troubleshooting page for further guidance and directions. If further assistance is needed please contact our customer support team.
Adventurer has been designed in Australia, and the Spacetalk apps have been developed at our companies head office in Australia.
Our systems incorporate industry best practice data security throughout and cannot be hacked or spoofed like other products in this category. All data transmitted between Spacetalk devices and our Spacetalk apps use enterprise-grade encryption. Data stored on our servers is encrypted and hosted in government and bank grade security centers in the Australia.
Spacetalk has been developed by SPACETALK LTD (ASX:SPA), an Australian publicly listed company and a pioneer and leader in school communications systems since 2003. SPACETALK has built a reputation for the highest-level data security and privacy through its schools business unit.
We are fully GDPR compliant and are constantly updating our systems and practices to ensure our users' data security and privacy.
Adventurer has been manufactured using safe and hypoallergenic materials and fully complies with the EU Restriction on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive 2015/863/EU. Adventurer also been extensively tested and is compliant with the European Union REACH regulations and has been tested and found compliant with 209 substances of very high concern, Nickel, Organic Tins, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH). Adventurer has also been tested and complies with the EU POPs regulations for short chain chlorinated paraffin (SCCP’s). Details of these reports can be found in our EU Declaration of Conformity that can be downloaded from the support section of this website.
There are very strict international standards which govern the amount of radiation exposure against defined limits. Australia is among 40 other countries that adopt high standards designed to reduce exposure to harmful radiation.
The actual test is called Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) and this rate needs to be below 4W/kg averaged over 10g body tissue for proximity to head and 1.6W/kg averaged of 1g of body tissue for wrist worn. The highest measurement when Adventurer was tested was 0.85 W/Kg for front of face, and 0.96 W/kg for wrist worn.
SAR is among one of the very important tests that must be completed in order to be able place the Australian Regulatory Compliance mark (shown below) on our product. Adventurer displays this RCM mark in the Information menu under Regulatory Compliance section. As a publicly listed company, SPACETALK LTD has responsibility to conduct very thorough due-diligence on every product we offer for sale.
Adventurer is a radio transmitter and receiver and is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. Care should be taken when using Adventurer in the situations described below:
Switch off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by airport or airline staff.
Mobile phones should be switched off wherever you are requested to do so in hospitals, clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.
Obey all posted signs with respect to the use of wireless devices or other radio equipment in locations with flammable material and chemicals. Switch off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by authorized staff.
Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 15cm be maintained between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential inter
On Adventurer from the clock screen, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center. Then tap 'Settings' scroll through the list to 'Factory Reset'. Adventurer requires a PIN number to avoid accidental reset. The PIN number is the last four digits of the IMEI number. The IMEI number can be found in the Information menu.
Important: After Adventurer has been reset, the initial set-up procedure and watch pairing with the Spacetalk App will need to be repeated. If Adventurer has been paired previously with the same account, when performing the pairing process the Spacetalk app will allow the apps previous settings to be restored.
Adventurer will automatically check for a software update in the early hours of the morning. For this to occur Adventurer should be left powered on and charging overnight. If an update is available, Adventurer will automatically download and install it overnight.
You may also check manually to see if there are any updates. To do this on Adventurer, from the clock screen, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center. Then tap 'Settings' then 'Software Update' and your watch will begin to check for any available updates.
Downloading of updates consumes mobile network data and may result in additional charges.
The watch face can be changed remotely from the Spacetalk app. A digital and analogue watch face can be selected and a custom wallpaper image can be selected.
Adventurer will automatically update the time and the date from the network. There are no adjustments necessary.
In some cases (i.e. living close to the border between two time zones), Adventurer may detect an incorrect time. To solve this problem, you can also set the time and date manually. From the clock screen, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center. Tap 'Settings' then 'Date & Time' and toggle the 'Automatic date & time' switch to off.
Yes, Wi-Fi is used as part of Adventurer 's positioning system however connections to regular Wi-Fi data networks is currently not supported.
To activate flight mode on Adventurer from the clock screen, swipe from top to bottom to reveal the control center . Tap 'Settings' then toggle the 'Flight Mode' switch to on.